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VITTORIANO MONUMENT

VITTORIANO MONUMENT
Exhibitions at Complesso del Vittoriano in Rome
Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele Vittoriano
Piazza Venezia - Roma

Running exhibition from October 15th 2015 to February 7th 2016
"Impressionismo. Tête à tête."

A completed exhibition about Impressionists opens at Vittoriano the 15th of October this year.

Running exhibition from February 28th until June 21st 2015
"Giorgio Morandi. 1890-1964"

An exhibition on Italian painter Morandi who results to be one of the most revolutionary artist of the XX century. Wors are arriving from worldwide both from private and public collections.

Running exhibition from October 4th 2014 to February 8th 2015
"Sironi. 1885-1951"

An exhibition on the artistic heritage of Mario Sironi: paintings, drawnings, private letters and documents to tell the experience and the artistic feeling of one of the big of the XXth century.

Running exhibition from July 4th to September 21st 2014
"Luce. L'immaginario italiano."

An exhibition dedicated to the Istituto Luce; the biggest archive of Italian images celebrates its 90th birthday with this exhibition that will be the first of several others spread all over Europe.

Running exhibition from February 22nd to June 8th 2014
"Musée d’Orsay. Materpieices."

Running exhibition from October 4th 2013 to February 2nd 2014
"Cezanne and the Italian artists of XXth century"

Running exhibition from March 8th to June 23rd 2013
"Cubists and cubism at Vittoriano"

Running exhibition from February 14th to March 31st 2013
"Alberto Sordi and his Rome"

Running exhibition from November 20th 2012 to January 6th 2013
"Tresures and Albany's cultural heritage"

Running exhibition from October 5th 2012 to february 3rd 2013
"Guttuso. 1912-2012"

Running Exhibition from July 12th to September 30th 2012
"Julio Larraz"

Running exhibition from March 10th to June 30th 2012
"Salvador Dalì: l'uomo, the artist"

Running Exhibition from October 8th 2011 to January 29th 2012
"Pietr Mondiran. Perfect armony"

Running Exhibition from October 21st to January 10th 2012
"22 january 1944. Lo sbarco"

Running Exhibition from November 5th 2011 to January 6th 2012
"4 NOVEMBER 1921 / 4 NOVEMBER 2011 - The unknown soldier. From Aquileia to Roma"

Running Exhibition from October 8th 2011 to January 29th 2012
"Pietr Mondiran. Perfect armony"

Running Exhibition from March 11th to July 10th 2011
"Tamara de Lempicka - La regina del moderno"

Running Exhibition from March 27th to July 3rd 2011
"Ragioni e testimonianze d'Italia"

Running Exhibition from February 1st to 25th 2011
"Mario Russo - the Painting and the emblema"

RUNNING EXHIBITION from October 7th to February 20th 2011
"Vincent van Gogh - Campagna senza tempo. Città moderna"

Running Exhibition from December 3rd 2010 to January 23rd 2011
"Mostra Il viaggio di Eleonora Duse intorno al mondo"

RUNNING RXHIBITION from October 7th to January 27th 2011
"Vincent van Gogh - Campagna senza tempo. Città moderna"

RUNNING EXHIBITION from September 21st to NOvember 21st 2010
"L'Idea di Roma. Una città nella storia"

RUNNING EXHIBITION from September 22nd to October 22nd 2010
"Fausto Coppi. Il Campionissimo"

RUNNING EXHIBITION from September 10th to October 10th 2010
"Mikel Gjokaj - Ground and sky"

RUNNING EXHIBITION from June 15th to September 22nd 2010
"Dal sepolcro al museo. Storie di saccheggi e recuperi"

Running Exhibition from March 6th to June 29th 2010
"Da Corot a Monet. Sinfony of the Nature"

Running Exhibition till February 14th 2010
"La campagna romana dai Bamboccianti alla Scuola Romana"

Running Exhibition from October 9th 2009 to February 7th 2010
"Rediscovery of Dada and Surrealismo"

Running Exhibition from November 19th 2009 to January 17th 2009
"AFRICA? A new story"

Running Exhibition from October 10th 2008 to November 15th 2009
"Picasso 1917- 1937"

Running Exhibition from September 16th to October 10th 2009
"Campolungo, l'orizzonte sensibile del contemporaneo"

Running Exhibition from March 6th to July 26th 2009
"Giotto e il Trecento"

Running Exhibition from March 7th to June 29th 2008
"Renoir. Tradition and innovation"

The city of Limoges gave birth to one of the greatest Impressionist artists, Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The artist was a huge fan of music and profoundly smitten with female sensuality – female nudes were among his favourite subjects. His first significant experiences in the field of painting were had together with other talented artists Monet and Sisley, with whom he painted outdoors under the sky of Fointainebleau. Approximately 150 creations on loan from Italian and international museums go on show and explore Renoir’s human and artistic journey. These works are suffused with sun, light and colour; they are snapshots of intimate and tender moments, immersed in an atmospheric intensity.

Running Exhibition till February 3rd 2008
"Paul Gauguin. Artist of myths and dreams"

The second act in the "10 Great Exhibitions" series celebrates Antonio Canova 250 years after the date of his birth. Nicknamed the new Phidias, Canova represents the apotheosis of Italian neoclassicism, an artistic period in which mythological subjects, political personalities and metaphysical themes were explored. The Galleria Borghese will serve as the venue in which to admire over 50 paintings, drawings and clay models. 16 major marble sculptures are also on display and include some spectacular pieces, such as the "Three Graces", the "Sleeping Nymph", "Amor and Psyche", the “Naiad” and the complete series of “Amorini”.

Running Exhibition till February 3rd 2008
"L'Italia di Garibaldi"

Giuseppe Talamo is the curator of this exhibition that celebrates the 200-year anniversary of Garibaldi’s birth. A series of highly varied materials - oils, daguerreotypes, drawings, etchings, original prints, period documents - tell the story of this very important figure. Garibaldi the man and Garibaldi the hero, his way of thinking, the world in which he operated, the world he aspired to and for which he fought: all this awaits us at the Vittoriano in an exhibition devised under the High Patronage of the President of the Italian Republic.

Running Exhibition till December 9th 2007
"Antonio Vagelli. Force of the sign, magic of colour"

Running Exhibition till October 16th 2006
"HUGO PRATT "

Running Exhibition till June 20th 2006
"MODIGLIANI"

Running Exhibition till September 23rd 2007
"Alberto Sughi "

Running Exhibition till February 28th 2007
"Bonnard-Matisse e il Mediterraneo"

These two geniuses of 20th century painting though profoundly different in painting styles were united by an important and complex correspondence and were constantly listening to, and debating with, one another. Pierre Bonnard and Henri Matisse's works await us at the Vittoriano complex where over 200 drawings, watercolours, documents, letters, postcards, oils, sculptures and gouaches have been assembled. These two great artists and art lovers were inspired by the same themes - nature, landscapes and people - but they explored them in entirely different ways.

Running Exhibition till June 19th 2005
"EDWARD MUNCH"

The exhibition Munch 1863-1944 has been opened at Complesso del Vittoriano .It has been curated by Řivind Storm Bjerke and Achille Bonito Oliva; More than 100 are present; we find paintings and graphic works coming from the most prestigious international museums like Munchmuseet, which preserves the artist works donated by him to the town of Oslo just before his death. The exhibition has been set up following a chronological path that analyzes the development stages of Edvard Munch work: his first naturalist paintings, the consonance with symbolism and in the end the paintings that come just before the great expressionist season of which the painter is considered the father and the forerunner. Munch artistic career has been complicated and tormented as also demonstrated by the reputation he got from official contemporary critic; his 1892 exhibition at Künstlerverein in Berlin, stirred up a big scandal in the academic milieau and was even censored and shut down. Important for his cultural education was his friendship with August Strindberg, Friedrich Nietzsche philosophy and his trip to France such as the one taken in 1896, in Paris where Munch got in touch with the artists and writers group that used to meet on the " Mallarmé Tuesday" . Some of the works present at the exhibition are: Bambina malata, Pubertŕ, Madonna, Malinconia, Ragazze sul ponte, Il bacio, Morte nella camera della malata, Gelosia, Separazione, all showing the existential anguish he experienced during his life and present in all his works, an evident proof of a life tormented by diseases, and pain and by his family s death, in fact her sister Sophie died in 1877, his father in 1889 and his brother Andreas in 1895. Munch will experience physical pain because he was struck by different illnesses as for example the eye disease which prevented him from painting for a long time or the frequent hallucinations and the problems due to alcohol abuse which will take him to the sanatorium. He died in 1944 in his holding Ekely in Sköyen, near Oslo.



Running Exhibition from December 7th 2004 to February 27th 2005
"EDGAR DEGAS"
PALAZZO VENEZIA, ROMA

A personal exhibition devoted to Edgar Degas (1834-1917) has been opened at Complesso del Vittoriano of Rome. Degas has always been considered an impressionist but to tell the truth he is very original with regard to the Batignolles group. No art has ever been as spontaneous as mine, used to say Degas to add: "What I do is the result of meditation and study of the Great Masters". Degas, on one hand used to study and copy the classics almost obsessively and on the other hand he updated his pointing by putting it in a contemporary dimension where modern life is depicted in its variety, in its most hidden and less pleasant aspects, as in the Assenzio for example. The acquaintance with Manet in 1862 at the Louvre has for sure been decisive for the painter, who unlive the impressionists liked to paint urban life (cafés, the ballet-dancers, the theatre, the horses-race) representing it in paintings made in his studio and not on plain air or sur le motif as Monet or the other impressionists used to do. Nonetheless Degas can be considered a true impressionist, thanks to his ability in depicting the events temporariness the binomial drawing-colour and in interpreting reality in its entireness and space-time continuity. More than 170 works are on display: besides his most famous oils and pastels we can see drawings and photographs and the entire collection of sculptures belonging to Museu de Arte di S. Paolo in Brasile.

Opening hours: Daily from Monday to Wednesday 9.30 a.m.-7.30 p.m.; Friday and e Saturday 9.30a.m.-11.30 p.m. ; Sunday 9.30 a.m.-8.30 p.m.
Tickets
: 9 €; special prize 6.50 €


 

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