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Museo Carlo Bilotti, Rome

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  • In the heart of Villa Borghese, free admission, a little hard to get there (I recommend the taxi or hiring a caddy or rickshaw) because the whole area is pedestrianised. The few paintings (20?) of the permanent collection (virtually all of De Chirico) worth the trip! If you go when it rains will remind you of the scene from the movie let loose; If you go with the Sun is recommended even a boat trip in the beautiful Lake which is at the back of the Museum.
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  • The Museum is one of the first visitors entering the Park of Villa Borghese to Flaminio. On my visit I found a temporary exhibition of an artist/designer Finnish, I like this using the lower Hall, always different and innovative. The upper floor is devoted to the permanent collection, I was overwhelmed by the room dedicated to the works of De Chirico, finding myself in front of whole walls full of original artwork sent me an emotion felt only a few times prior to this visit. Only for this collection would be worth visiting. I did not put the maximum score for the staff, completely disinterested, put there only to deliver the tickets and sit at the phone. I visited other free museums with employees in each Hall careful to works and visitors
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  • Small Museum of modern art. Besides being free, it has exhibition halls that are renewed often. Establishes with the neighbouring parsonage Museum a walk in art at no cost in the setting of villa Borghese
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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 directors (una giornata particulare).
  • It is a small gallery, with about 20 paintings mostly by de Chirico. However, three of those are real important masterpieces, well worth seeing. And entry is free.
  • 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.
  • Villa Borghese there is only the Borghese Museum, one of the Romans, but also the small, elegant museo Carlo Bilotti. The permanent exhibition includes 18 works between paintings and sculptures (for me new) by Giorgio de Chirico, an artwork of another great master as Severini and a work by Andy Warhol, famously of course but that next to De Chirico there gets one right nothing. There are two other temporary exhibitions are worth knowing.
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