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Museo Carlo Bilotti, Rome

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  • Museum in Villa Borghese of free access. This private collection of carlo bilotti displayed permanently and a room for temporary exhibitions. Works of renowned authors and a warhol. There are several museums inside the villa without cost
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  • Nestled in the Park of Villa Borghese, is a small museum that collects much of the private collection of Carlo Bilotti, donated years ago to the municipality of Rome: twenty paintings of de Chirico, more individual works by Warhol, Manzù and Rivers. Interesting video interviews to Bilotti explaining why and what he collected and why did he donate to Rome. The ground floor hosts exhibitions (now an interesting about Ettore Scola). It is one of 8 municipal Roman museums with free admission (in 2016-17); is housed in the former Villa Borghese Aranciera. Can be reached in 5 minutes on foot from the Pincio. Away from the crowds, lets you pass a pleasant hour if interested in modern and contemporary art. A way to pay tribute to a patron who wanted recirculate works of art that he and his wife have loved.
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  • Very nice the Museo Carlo Bilotti. Houses the permanent collection collected by the contractor. Works of Warhol, Manzù and especially beautiful works by De Chirico. Houses temporary exhibits always interesting. Free admission with possibility to leave an offer
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  • This is a place not to be overlooked as it often has free exhibitions. Like the recent one about Ettore Scola, one of Italys most important film director.
  • Maybe museum is great but I didn't manage to get there and see myself and I searched a lot... They need to make better signs in Rome generally...
  • A so-so permanent collection, but varied and interesting temporary ones when we were there. Admission is free, so it's worth dropping in to see what they have.
  • Bellimo ricoedare. located in villa borghese. Very elegant and well cared for in a central location
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  • A free Museum where you can admire the works of De Chirico! What else to add?
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