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Chiostro del Bramante, Rome
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  • I went to see the exhibition on love staged at Chiostro del Bramante (until 19 February) with my boyfriend and a couple of our friends. We went on the first Sunday of the month, but of course the exhibition will pay:-p the cloister's ambience is very nice and impressive and, upon entry, you can choose the type of audio you want (3 characters are different for adults and another kind of audio guide for children). The exhibition is organized well, the location is charming and, before going upstairs, where it then ends the show, there is another view (like interlude) set up inside the cloister, the artist Mabe. I personally really enjoyed, despite several mixed reviews, but well that's obvious, art is totally subjective! Enjoy:-)
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  • I had heard speaking ill of the exhibition. I went without knowing much, and for someone like me in love with the love I found cute. It is not boring, fast. I made some rooms more than once. I was left wanting to aaprofondire, to document and definitely going back with my various facets of love. Highly recommended
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  • Let me start by saying that you are not a connoisseur of art and so my recommendations will be directed to those who are visiting Rome or walking through the city, is to decide whether or not to visit this exhibition. The exhibition is structured well, especially from the perspective of cultural communication: the choice of a "character-Guide" wants to create a bridge, through the point of view, between the exhibition and the visitor; the works are well placed in this location that is light and fun. The opera par excellence and the ending of Kusama which is very impressive and worthy; other works-considered in their contextual placement-are certainly pleasant though not the call, at least in my personal judgment, outstanding.
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  • Gallery an coffee bar in a small hidden cloister of the Renaissance
  • Beautiful, out of the way, sensitively curated gallery. Lots of lovely restaurants in its environs, too.
  • Wonderful museum, most famous for its spiral staircase.
  • Ohhh beautiful location and usually very interesting exhibitions. Besides, there is a cafe inside just overlooking the cloister, where it is lovely to sit especially by summer
  • A hidden gem. Fun, unusual place to have a coffee and look around.