Credits and acknowledgments

The multimedia installation Via Dolorosa is a project of the Custody of the Holy Land, in collaboration with:

Acknowledgments

Special thanks to: Alberto Pari OFM, Clovis Bettinelli OFM, Sergey Loktionov OFM, Matteo Munari OFM, Ernesto Minoli OFM, Ibrahim Najib OFM, Stéphane Milovitch OFM, Lionel Goh OFM, Mateusz Chorosiński, Osama Hamdan, Daniela Massara, Hana Bendcowsky, Garo Nalbandian, Neva Gasparo,  Marie Armelle Beaulieu, Sarah Zabel, Doni Ferrari, Manuela Pegoraro, Ilaria Cesanelli, Giacomo Pizzi, Christian Media Centre, Studio Moretto Group Srl, LAMP ARREDO srl, MAGIC Professional, Guy Charny (AV Magic), Uri Morag, Erez Hadar (DANOR theatre and studio systems), Stefan Will and Nikolaus Grunert (NOT A MACHINE), Alessandra Didonè, Maria Luisa Gregori, Anna Andrico (Consorzio Indaco)

Special thanks also to the PSMP programme of the Consulate General of Italy in Jerusalem and to the Consulate General of Spain in Jerusalem.

Image credits

Map of Jerusalem, 12th Century. Psalter fragment Note
Den Haag, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, 76 F 5

Tiziano Vecellio, Le Couronnement d’épines1542 – 1543
Paris, Musée du Louvre

Statue of the Emperor Hadrian, 117-138 CE
Jerusalem, Israel Museum

Cambrai map of Jerusalem, 13th Century.
Cambrai, Médiathèque d’Agglomération de Cambrai

All other images used for the installation are property of the Custody of the Holy Land

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