EXHIBITIONS IN ROME 2020: ALL THE EVENTS NOT TO BE MISSED
Here are the exhibitions in Rome 2020, a list with all the unmissable events that will be constantly updated throughout the year.
In this post you will find all the exhibitions that are worth seeing in an order that starts from the last exhibition that opens to the public and ends with the first exhibition inaugurated in 2020.
Exhibitions in Rome 2020: the unmissable events
- The Torlonia Marbles. Collecting Masterpieces
The Torlonia collection is a legendary collection of works that returns visible to the public, from 25 March 2020 to 10 January 2021, in the new exhibition site of the Capitoline Museums at Palazzo Caffarelli in Rome.
A partial exhibition of an invaluable art treasure, with 96 Roman marbles (out of 620 works) collected between the 15th and 19th centuries.
Exhibition curated by Salvatore Settis and Carlo Gasparri.
Quando: 25 march 2020 – 10 january 2021
Dove: Rome, Musei Capitolini – Palazzo Caffarelli
Scuderie del Quirinale
On the occasion of the 500 years since Raphael’s death, the Quirinale Stables host a large exhibition to celebrate it.
An exhibition with over two hundred masterpieces of paintings, drawings and comparison works.
Exhibition curated by Marzia Faietti e Matteo Lafranconi with the contribution of Vincenzo Farinella and Francesco Paolo Di Teodoro.
When: 5 March – 2 June 2020
Where: Rome, Scuderie del Quirinale
ORAZIO BORGIANNI. A restless genius in Rome by Caravaggio
Gallerie Nazionali di Arte Antica – Palazzo Barberini
- ORAZIO BORGIANNI. A restless genius in Rome by Caravaggio
The first monographic exhibition dedicated to Orazio Borgianni (Rome, 1574 – 1616) takes place significantly at Palazzo Barberini, where two masterpieces of the artist are preserved, the Self-portrait and the Holy Family with San Giovannino, Santa Elisabetta and an angel, together with one of the richest and most important nuclei of Caravaggesque paintings in the world.
Exhibition curated by Gianni Papi.
When: 6 march 2020 – 30 june 2020
Where: Rome, Palazzo Barberini
Gallerie Nazionali di Arte Antica – Galleria Corsini
- Rembrandt alla Galleria Corsini: Self-portrait like Saint Paul
For the first time since 1799, the Self-portrait as Saint Paul by Rembrandt returns, a canvas that belonged to the Corsini collection. Also on display are a series of engravings by Rembrandt and documents that tell the story of the collectors who underwent the painting.
Exhibition curated byAlessandro Cosma.
When: 20 february – 20 march 2020
Where: Rome, Galleria Corsini
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