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ROME EXHIBITIONS AT PALAZZO BRASCHI
- Reviews of all major exhibitions taking place in the past -

Braschi Roma

Running exhibition from September 26th 2015 to January 10th 2016
"War is over!"

An exhibition that shows the crucial moments of the post war period with the imagimes by U.S. Signal Corps and by the Istituto Luce, 1943-1946.

Running exhibition from January 17th to March 22nd 2015
"I vestiti dei sogni"

An exhibition that shows the success of italian dress makers in the history of the movies: Oscar Awarded Piero Tosi, Danilo Donati, Milena Canonero and Gabriella Pescucci bring to Palazzo Braschi their models that often decided the success of some movies.

Running exhibition from October 29th 2014 to March 8th 2015
"Basilico, Berengo Gardin, Bossaglia Chiaramonte, Cresci, Ghirri, Guidi, Jemolo, Koch."

An exhibition dedicated to the change of the city of Rome between 1986 and 2006.

Running exhibition from October 29th to April 30th 2015
"Roma e la Grande Guerra. 1915 – 1918."

An exhibition dedicated to the role of Rome during the Firs World War: 35 images.

Running exhibition from December 20th 2013 to December 31st 2014
"Disegni di architettura del Settecento."
Running exhibition from October 3rd 2013 to January 6th 2014
"Robert Capa in Italy, 1943-1944."
Running exhibition from October 16th 2013 to January 12th 2014
"Emilio Greco: i Segni e le Forme."

Running exhibition from April 21st to october 6th 2013
"Luoghi comuni. Vedutisti inglesi a Roma tra il XVIII e il XIX secolo nelle opere grafiche del Museo di Roma"

Running exhibition from December 5th 2012 to April 7th 2013
"Canova. The sign of the glory. Drawnings, paintings and sculptures."

Running exhibition from October 24th to december 19th 2012
"Libri e degustazione tè"

Running exhibition from October 23rd to November 16th 2012
"Rome View"
Running exhibition from June 17th to October 28th 2012
"Shadows and Light. 1920.1960"
Running Exhibition from June 26th to October 14th 2012
"Portraits of Italian authors of XX century. Pictures by Manlio Villoresi from 1930 to 1960"
Running Exhibition from April 21st to July 22ndo 2012
"Cavour in Roma, Cavour and Roma"
 
Running Exhibition from May 2nd to June 30th 2012
"Caravaggio and the Resurrection of Lazzaro"
Running Exhibition from December 15th 2011 to March 4th 2012
""Roma out of Roma" in the XVIII and XIX century: drawnings of Braschi's collections"

Running Exhibition from February 8th to May 2012
"Common places. French vedutisti in Roma between XVIII and XIX century"

Running Exhibition from December 1st 2011 to February 28th 2012
"Dvin: a Capital between Europe and Asia"
Running Exhibition from November 16th 2011 to January 15th 2012
"Fotografare la storia. Stefano Lecchi e la Repubblica Romana del 1849"
Running Exhibition from April 18th to October 2nd 2011
"Works never exhibited at Roman Museum"

Running Exhibition from March 17th to July 3rd 2011
"Onorato Carlandi"

RUNNING EXHIBITION from september 19th 2010 to february 13th 2011
"Il Risorgimento a colori: pittori, patrioti e patrioti pittori nella Roma del XIX secolo"
Running Exhibition from April 22nd to September 5th 2010
"Pio Pullini and Rome"
Running Exhibition from february 10th to April 5th 2010
"Carnevale Romano"
Running Exhibitions from September 27th to November 8th 2009
"Places in Roma - Steder I Roma. Photos by Morten Krogvold"
Running Exhibitions from May 27th to September 13th 2009
"Umberto Prencipe. 1879 - 1962. Reality and Vision"

Running Exhibition till March 30th 2008
"San Pietro. Photographs from 1850 to today"

To mark the 500-year anniversary of the founding of St Peter’s Basilica, an exhibition looks at the history of the photographic reproduction of the patriarchal Basilica. Some 90 photos of different sizes, from the 19th century experimental works to agency photos and pieces by famed photographers David Seymour, Eugène Costant, Tommaso Cuccioni and Robert MacPherson. As visitors take in the manifold different facets of this symbolic venue of Christianity, they will also be able to note the development of photographic techniques: salt paper print processes, albumen prints, silver gelatin photography and many more...

Running Exhibition till February 28th 2007
"Rome's cardinals. Portraits of cardinals in Rome from the Renaissance to the 1900s"

The exhibition, opened at Museo di Roma - Palazzo Braschi, has been curated by Anita Margiotta, Giovanna Calvenzi, Francesca Sonetti. It has been organized with the cooperation of Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, il Museo di Storia della Fotografia - Fratelli Alinari and Pontificio Istituto Missioni Estere lontano Oriente. The exhibition has been set up on the occasion of FotoGrafia - Festival Internazionale di Roma, at its fourth edition about Eastern countries and devoted to three Italian photographers who between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century have explored far away countries like Japan, China and India. Padre Leone Nani was a missionary who went to China inner regions, Federico Peliti was both an intellectual and a businessman and Felice Beato was a traveller and a master. They have left extraordinary photographs of these far-away countries portraying fascinating atmospheres but with the good merit not to fall into the nineteenth century exotic stereotypes. Felice Beato (1830 - 1906) : an Eastern countries reporter photograph specialized in exotic documentation. He reported about many wars in a neutral way without showing commiseration. Leone Nani, was born in 1880, he left for China as a missionary in 1903. Federico Peliti (Carignano, 1844-1914) has been celebrated when still alive for his professional activity in India in the second half of the nineteenth century.

Opening hours: rom Tuesday to Sunday: 9.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m.; Monday closed. Closed on Monday
Tickets: Museum entrance: 6,20, special price 3,10, free for citiziens of UE under 18 or over 65 years. The ticket office closed to 6 p.m.
Information: MUSEO DI ROMA - PALAZZO BRASCHI, Via Di San Pantaleo (00186) Roma
Phone: + 39.06.8259127

LAST EXHIBITIONS AT PALAZZO BRASCHI

Cardinal Spada's Portrait by Reni
Cardinal Spada (Rome)

Exhibition from April 20th to June 5th 2005
"Passaggio ad Oriente
Felice Beato, Leone Nani, Federico Peliti "

The exhibition, opened at Museo di Roma - Palazzo Braschi, has been curated by Anita Margiotta, Giovanna Calvenzi, Francesca Sonetti. It has been organized with the cooperation of Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, il Museo di Storia della Fotografia - Fratelli Alinari and Pontificio Istituto Missioni Estere lontano Oriente. The exhibition has been set up on the occasion of FotoGrafia - Festival Internazionale di Roma, at its fourth edition about Eastern countries and devoted to three Italian photographers who between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century have explored far away countries like Japan, China and India. Padre Leone Nani was a missionary who went to China inner regions, Federico Peliti was both an intellectual and a businessman and Felice Beato was a traveller and a master. They have left extraordinary photographs of these far-away countries portraying fascinating atmospheres but with the good merit not to fall into the nineteenth century exotic stereotypes. Felice Beato (1830 - 1906): an Eastern countries reporter photograph specialized in exotic documentation. He reported about many wars in a neutral way without showing commiseration. Leone Nani, was born in 1880, he left for China as a missionary in 1903. Federico Peliti (Carignano, 1844-1914) has been celebrated when still alive for his professional activity in India in the second half of the nineteenth century.

 

Running Exhibition from 29 November 2004 to 13 February 2005
"Papi in posa. Dal Rinascimento a Giovanni Paolo II"

On the occasion of the 26 anniversary of the election of Giovanni Paolo II as a pope. The exhibition "Papi in posa. Dal Rinascimento a Giovanni Paolo II" curated by Maria Elisa Tittoni, Francesco Petrucci and Francesco Buranelli, has been recently opened. The exhibition, set up at Palazzo Braschi, which is the Museo di Roma seat shows the Pope's faces who have reigned from 1500 up to now and it wants to explain the historical and cultural context of their period through the temporal and religious power. The most important works on display are the Portrait of Gregorio XV of Gian Lorenzo Bernini belonging to Museo Civico Medievale of Bologna, the Portrait of Urbano VIII of Pietro da Cortona belonging to Musei Capitolini, the painting of Papa Alessandro VII to the procession of Corpus Domini belonging to Muse des Beaux Arts of Nancy; the Portrait of Clemente XIII of Anton Raphael Mengs belonging to Pinacoteca Nazionale of Bologna.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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