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Museo Carlo Bilotti, Rome

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  • First of all, museum is always free, so that is a good thing. Second, I like Giorgio de Chirico and in the museum is one of my favorite paintings by him so I was thrilled to see it. The space and perm...  more »
  • There are several little museums in Rome that are free. They aren't crowded and offer valuable works. It's a great idea to visit them if you: 1) are exhausted with crowds and queues, 2) want to see so...  more »
  • In addition to the wonderful Casa Museo Pietro Canonica of which I have already provided the review, always located inside Villa Borghese there is also this by Carlo Bilotti, free visit like the other and not to be missed absolutely. I was there with my partner last Saturday morning. Located in the Orange Building, which after adequate restorations, opened to the public in 2006, in addition to the various temporary exhibitions that are housed inside, there is the personal and permanent collection of Carlo Bilotti with a well-exposed collection of paintings of De Chirico he was passionate about. We have come across this period in which there are two interesting exhibitions, one is dedicated to Alberto Burri and the great Cretto of Gibellina and the other to Vincenzo Scolamiero with his paintings "Della declinante shade", both you can visit them until June 9. Notable is the beautiful arch that can be admired from behind a stained glass window, whose decorations are beautifully made, among other materials used, with beautiful shells. Too bad for two beautiful statues: that of Hector and Andromaca and the other of the Cardinal, located do not understand why, outside the structure and as also pointed out by other reviewers, they are subject to bad weather, heat, cold, sun and rain. When they could do a great exhibition of themselves inside the Museum, where they certainly would not spoil. The building however overall is simple and small, but well cared for and well maintained. We were greeted by a guy who printed us free, well-mannered and well-disposed tickets, who complimented us because we came in with a smile and we talked to him, which obviously a lot of people don't and then complain that he staff is uneducated... Maybe if you said good morning with a smile on your face when you walk into any place and ask things with respect and education, you would get the same treatment. Having said that I repeat what I wrote in the review on the Pietro Canonica Museum, we do not understand why you do not charge a ticket at the entrance, here in Rome too many wonders are free and we do not see why. Even a small symbolic figure we consider right, in every city of art where you go, little we lack that they also charge the air that you breathe, here in the Capital much of the visitable is free, mah!
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  • Little nice museum of modern art inside the wonderful Villa Borghese. Worth a visit and a walk nearby
  • Nice small gem with a permanent collection of works by de Chirico as well as changing temporary exhibitions.
  • Nice museum, however I found the best part of it was the decorated wall covered in shells that was unfortunately behind glass.
  • If you like modern art then you can visit this place, if not stay away!
  • Free of charge, this modern museum houses 22 paintings of Giorgio di Chirico.
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