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The full 72-piece art collection of Dante's Inferno has finally been published in a 8.5"x11" book in full color as well in a Kindle ebook version and in many languages, Click here to see all the options up to date.
Also, there will be a pocket size version with the Inferno text and black and white versions of the paintings to follow the story as it is read. The direct links for purchase will be provided on this website as each version becomes available.
On January 12, 2011 we celebrated the last year of the possible 700th Anniversary of Dante's Inferno by exhibiting the world premiere of our Dante's Inferno collection of then 50-painting collection, at the world prestigious Pablo Atchugarry Foundation in Punta del Este, Uruguay. Later in February actor Vincent Spano joined Boris Acosta to support his hard and tedious work of many long years. The exhibition was visited by hundreds of people of all ages from several countries. The praises have been high and sometimes absurdly high. So, we thank to all those that appreciate and recognize a work of knowledge and love, particularly Pablo Atchugarry Foundation for lending us the space at their astonishingly beautiful place in Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Here are some of the printed press coverage in Punta del Este, Uruguay: Journal "El Pais" - Article 1 and Article 2. Magazine "Que Hacemos Hoy" - Boris Acosta and Vincent Spano interviews, Dante's Inferno Exhibition.
Watch the live TV interview of Boris Acosta and Vincent Spano during February 2011 in Punta del Este, Uruguay. Click "play" below and on the little square on the bottom right to expand to full screen view:
On November 10, 2009 we continued the celebration of the 700th Anniversary of Dante's Inferno during the American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica, California, USA. It was a great pleasure to not only have a small painting exposition of some of our then 30-piece original collection, but also to get the admiration of all visitors. The expo took place at La Cachette, a French Bistro across the street from the Merigot and Lowes Hotels where the AFM took place. During the exposition we had a very nice gathering of celebrities and film industry professionals, who were also pleased to watch a 12-minute preview of the 2-hour long feature film Dante's Hell Documented, now re-titled "Inferno by Dante",
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