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Exhibitions at Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome Italy
Piazza del Campidoglio - Rome

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Running exhibition from July 22nd to NOvember 20th 2016
"The Spina. From the Agro Vaticano to Via della Conciliazione."

An architectural and historical path puts in evidence the Spina District, situated just in front of Piazza del Vaticano, that due to its urbanistic importance it had been the centre of deep trasnformation linked to the historical evolution of the city.

Running exhibition from October 2nd 2015 to January 10th 2016
"Raffaello Parmigianino e Barocci. Metafore dello sguardo"

An exhibition on the painters Parmigianino and Barocci shows the great influence of the Raffaello's technique.

Running exhibition from January 28th to October 4th 2015
"L’età dell’angoscia."

The exhibition tells the years between the epoque of Commodo (180-192 d.C.) and Diocleziano's (284-305 d.C.), the years that see a crysis of the structure of the Roman empire.

Runnin exhibition from December 17th to February 1st 2015
"Marsia. La superbia punita."

Enters to the Musei Capitolini one of the sculpture more famous of the ancient world. This is a Roman copy found inside Villa delle Vignacce in the area of the Parco degli Acquedotti.

Running exhibition from october 2nd to January 18th 2015
"Tiepolo: i colori del disegno."

An exhibition to better know the artistic process of the Tiepolo's bottega that leaded to the prodaction of several masterpieces of the XVIII century's painting.

Running exhibition from May 28th to September 14th 2014
"Michelangelo. Difficoltà e voli di un artista universale"

Running exhibition from February 5th to May 25th 2014
"Lo Spinario"

One of the most famous bronze estatue of the history will be the center of ispiration of this new exhibition at Capitolini Museums.
Click here to read the article of Lo Spinario (in italian)

Running exhibition from May 31st 2013 to January 12th 2014
"Archimede. Arte e scienza dell'invenzione"

Running exhibition from June 6th to July 7th 2013
"Gli occhi dei diplomatici"

Running exhibition from October 4th 2012 to April 28th 2013
"The days of Rome - Equilibrium age"

Running Exhibition from February 29th to September 9th 2012
"Lux in arcana. The Vatican Archives reveals itself"

Running Exhibition from March 15th to April 1st 2012
"Alphabet of fairy tales in the Capitoline Museums"

Running Exhibition from February 10th to March 11th 2012
"Parties, dances and crazyness: from Dyonise to the Carnival. Archeological Finds"

Running Exhibition from February 1st to September 30th 2012
"Lux in arcana. The Vatican Archives reveals itself"

Running Exhibition from December 21st 2011 to February 5th 2012
"The child Jesus by Pintoricchio, two paintings"

Running Exhibition from November 17th 2011 to February 19th 2012
"The dream of Rome. Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Medusa's chest, from Musei Capitolini of Roma to the Legione d'Onore - Museo delle Belle Arti di San Francisco"

Running Exhibition from November 24th 2011 to January 15th 2012
"The athlet of Kimbell Art Museum"

Running Exhibition from October 27th 2011 to February 12th 2012
"Leonardo and Michelangelo. Mastepieces and Roman papers"

Running Exhibition from April 28th to September 25th 2011
"At the Altar of God"

Running Exhibition from April 11th to October 23rd 2011
"Guided visits to the exhibition "Portraits" for deaf people"

Running Exhibition from March 10th to October 23rd 2011
"Portraits. The many faces of the power"

Running Exhibition from February 24th to April 10th 2011
"Le asce di rame di Batrawy"

Running Exhibition from December 11th 2010 to february 27th 2011
"The Musician by Leonardo.
Esedra di Marco Aurelio"

For the first time the painting - the only male portrait by Leonardo existing in the world - leaved the Ambrosiana Library to be hosted inside the Marco Aurelio's Esedra at Capitolini Museums.

Running Exhibition from October 20th 2010 to January 16th 2011
"The "white" on the table.
Italian majolica betwenn 1500 and 1600"

Running Exhibition from October 29th to December 5th 2010
"Michelangelo, I due lottatori"


Running Events from October 8th to November 28th 2010
"L’inventore del nero: Caravaggio on October 18th"

"Luis Bacalov e Giovanni Tommaso in “Tango e dintorni on October 27th”

Running Exhibition from October 29th to December 5th 2010
"Michelangelo, I due lottatori"

Running Exhibition from June 10th to October 31st 2010
"Everybody welcome, Everything free
I Cavalieri di Colombo e Roma, celebrazione di 90 anni di amicizia"

Running Exhibition from September 9th to October 3rd 2010
"Immagini e storie della Difesa di Roma. 8, 9 e 10 settembre 1943"

Running Exhibition from March 5th to September 5th 2010
"L'Età della Conquista. Il fascino dell'arte greca a Roma"

Running Exhibition from October 6th to February 21st 2010
"Michelangelo Buonarroti architect in Rome"

Running Exhibition from November 5th 2009 to February 14th 2010
"“San Rocco curato da un Angelo”: il capolavoro di Moretto da Brescia da Budapest a Roma"

Running Exhibition from September 16th to October 11th 2009
"Oro di Roma - jewel made in Italy"

Running Exhibtions from April 21st to September 4th 2009
"Divus Vespasianus. The Capitolium and the Egypt during Flavis' epoque"

Running Exhibition till July 5th 2009
"Beato Angelico, Renaissance's sunrise"

Running Exhibition from December 12th to March 8th 2009
"La Conquista della Modernità - Sèvres, 1920/2008"

Running Exhibition from September 18th to January 6th 2009
"Hosting…the Apollo from Mantova"

Running Exhibition from July 23rd to November 23rd 2008
"Fori Imperiali's invention. Demolitions and excavations: 1924-1940"

Running Exhibition till February 17th 2008
"The gaze of beauty. Rome, Italy and Europe in the photographs of Herbert List"

The paintings in this show have been made available by the Pérez Simòn Collection in Mexico City. The collection is known for its internationalism and features works that date from the 14th to the 20th centuries and includes Italian artists (such as Canaletto and Tiepolo), German artists, Flemish artists (such as Rubens) and French artists. The exhibition contains over 50 paintings that cover Victorian painting, Impressionism and Realism and show off the brilliant talent of the likes of Camille Pissarro, Claude Monet, Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh.

Running Exhibition till September 2nd 2007
"Aphrodites' perfumes and the secret of essential oil. Archeological discoveries in Cyprus"

Running Exhibition till September 16th 2007
"A bronze horse for several riders. The discovery of an original Greek sculpture in Rome"

Running Exhibition till May 15th 2005

Running Exhibition from December 7th 2004 to February 27th 2005
"Mario Mafai. A calm fever of colours"

The exhibition Imago Urbis Romae has been opened in the suggestive rooms of Palazzo dei Conservatori. It has been promoted by Comune of Rome, Assessorato alle Politiche Culturali - Sovraintendenza ai Beni Culturali and the curator is Cesare De Seta. Approximately a hundred works are on display, oil paintings, engravings, drawings and water-colours which all together represent the monument grandeur of Rome. The exhibition consists of six sections : Roma Moderna, i Grandi Panorami , le Vedute, Roma Antica, il Tevere e le sue sponde, S. Pietro and il Vaticano. The fist section, dedicated to the theme Roma Moderna, opens with two landscape paintings by Giovanni Paolo Panini, Piazza di Monte Cavallo and Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore, exceptionally granted by the Quirinale, and it ends with the ''analytic vedutism'' of Gaspar van Wittel, whose work demonstrates his topographic accuracy, his strong realism representing urban landscapes and architectures like those depicted in the landscape view of Piazza e Palazzo di Monte Cavallo e Piazza del Popolo. Among these ''landscape views'' can be admired works by Israel Silvestre, Giuseppe Vasi, Julius Eugen Ruhl, Wilhem Noak, Alfred Guesdon. Important works coming from abroad are present in the section "Grandi Panorami" like the extraordinary nine sheet series by Louis-François Cassas belonging to the Bibliothèque Mazarine, for the first time in Italy, the landscape view by Claude Lorrain illustrating Trinità dei Monti from the London National Gallery, and the gorgeous Panorama da Monte Mario by Giovan Battista Lusieri from Wien Gemäldegalerie der Akademie der Bildenden Künste. "Roma Antica" is dedicated to the various roman monuments : Fori, Colosseo, Pantheon, Basilica di Massenzio painted by Wilhelm Van Nieulandt, Canaletto belonging to Szépmüvészeti Múzeum in Budapest, Jan Frans Van Bloemen, Bernardo Bellotto, Abraham Louis Ducros from Goethe-Museum in Düsseldorf, François Marius Granet from Musée Granet di Aix-en-Provence and Ippolito Caffi. The last section ''Tevere e le sue sponde'' is dominated by an original and a little eccentric painting coming from Thyssen-Bornemisza Madrid Museum : Veduta di Roma con porto fluviale e Castel Sant'Angelo (the landscape view of Rome with its fluvial harbour and Castel Sant'Angelo), signed by IDM, belonging to the followers of Joss de Momper. In the section "San Pietro e il Vaticano" we can admire two important works that are Piazza San Pietro by Panini and Le Mura Vaticane by Thomas Jones.

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