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PALAZZO FARNESE, from the reinassance collections at the France Embassy PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 19:18
From 17 December 2010-27 April 2011, Palazzo Farnese will be open to the public, by appointment, thanks to a landmark exhibition called "Palazzo Farnese - From the Renaissance collections at the French Embassy. "

Over 150 works including paintings, sculptures, drawings, sculptures, coins, tapestries and ceramics, will relive the fascinating history of the Palace five centuries: from the annals of the sixteenth century the Farnese family, the modern period, until the last 135 years the palace as the seat Embassy of France in Italy and the Ecole Française de Rome. A significant selection of works from the Farnese collection will be returned to the place where it was formed by the passion of this family.
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CHAGALL PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 19:18
The world upside down "arrives at the Ara Pacis Museum. On display 140 works including paintings and drawings, some of them unpublished, proveneienti from private collections, the Musée National d'Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompidou and the Musée national Marc Chagall in Nice.
There are many possible approaches to the work of Chagall: the relationship with the avant-garde movements to which it is approached in the course of his life, but which has since always been noted for originality; issues related to his Russian and Jewish origins and its spiritual content, its ability to use a mixture of techniques to overcome the boundaries between painting and graphics.
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CRANACH PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 19:18

From October 15, 2010 until February 13, 2011, the Galleria Borghese offers for the first time to the Italian public figure and works of Lucas Cranach the Elder, a leading figure, along with Albrecht Durer, the renewed German painting of the 1500s. The exhibition aims to give an overall image of the artistic production of the Renaissance painter, court artist and innovator, linked to the Flemish tradition but also contaminated by the new Italian figurative.

"Lucas Cranach. The other Renaissance "is curated by Prof. Bernard Aikema, an art historian of the greatest scholars of the German artist, and Anna Coliva, Director of the Galleria Borghese, promoted by the Superintendence PSAE for the Museums of the City of Rome and organized by MondoMostre.

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1861 Painters of Renaissance PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 19:18
A major exhibition in the next flag to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy. In the statement, "1861.
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Rome on Scene PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 19:18
8 October to 28 November 2010 in Rome returns to the show scene, created by a Resolution of the City Council at the initiative of President of the Committee on Culture, with shows of music, theater and dance to enliven some of the areas most important museum of the city: Markets of Trajan, the Capitoline Museums, Musei di Villa Torlonia hoot owls, Musei di Villa Torlonia Casino Nobile, the Ara Pacis Museum, Museum of Roman Civilization, Museo di Roma in Trastevere, Museo di Roma Palazzo Braschi.
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