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Palazzo Braschi, Rome

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  • For me, Roman by adoption, for more than 40 years, was Artemisia Gentileschi, "dear ... bait," which led me to discover Palazzo Braschi. The renovation, of recent years, has happily destined this place to the encounter with art exhibitions, but they are its spaces, ceilings, magnificent staircases, the spacious rooms with the charm of the beautiful, incomparable setting of Piazza Navona, embellish, regardless, of your visit. Very kind, helpful and motivated, with unfailing patience, the staff who "rescues & supervises" visitors. The meeting with Artemisia was suggestive and fascinating, even if the show in question offers works of his contemporaries, his inspirations, his admirers, in a prevailing amount compared to the paintings of the Gentileschi, which provide a benchmark that would emphasize the artistic value and the expressive power of a woman, an artist, extraordinary. The show, many fans have pointed out multiple valences and specificity, for my part I suggest you don't miss watching the two videos, made available to visitors, (one at the beginning of the exhibition, and the other near the end), who manage to sublimate, with a sort of filmed history, understanding of the artist's life. A personality of character ... made off in a man's world, with "manly" determination and vibrant talent. No details on its size of mother of 4 children, during an itinerant lifestyle. An artist and a woman of temperament, with even a non-private life from eros, aspects that must not have left much space for normal accudimenti of a mother. Who knows ... Exhibition and Museum ... not to be missed.
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  • The Palace currently houses the exhibition dedicated to Artemisia Gentileschi and painters of his time. Beyond the view widely commented in previous posts (which I also agree on aspects of improvement) I break a lance in favor of Museum staff I found exceptionally friendly, pragmatic and highly-trained not only on the show but on the wide range of cultural venues in Rome. I mean real cultural promoters as they would like to have everywhere. Thank you
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  • di Roma-Palazzo Braschi also if the title is an understatement. In fact, besides an obvious rearrangement and redistribution of space, now finally all available areas were opened to the public. Design scheme and its realization were guided by the goal of telling the main social and cultural phenomena of which the city of Rome was the star in the period from ' 600 to ' 900. The visitor gets involved so as to become the hero, or in other words click the visit between two alternatives, namely the 2° floor: 1) route intended audience as the public part of the apartment of Braschi where they received and had the big posh reception and were exposed most works of art from the collection of family (as a reference guide the right part of the apartment Braschi) , 2) apartment where he lived a private path that is part family Braschi (then the route on the left). How obvious consequence to 2° floor thematic policies of the right side are public and official aspects of Roman history (that is, views of the city, parties and celebrations in the streets, games and fun of the nobles and the people, the great transformations of the historic villas in public parks, the epic of the Risorgimento, the Roman Republic). While in the left, 2nd floor, the themes are the stories and faces of the protagonists and hence the Popes and Cardinals, the nobles, wealthy patrons and artists whose work helped make immortal Rome. Also on the third floor there are two alternatives to the first path illustrates the main events that have transformed the city (19th and demolitions have occurred over twenty years of fascism). They are so exposed some fragments coming from Via del Tritone and from demolitions dei Fori Imperiali, Via del Mare, shore towns. The River Tiber is dedicated. The second alternative is represented by a small cinema where is told the history of the Museum. Very beautiful are the realizations based on diversified communication languages-four computer tables distributed among SEC (3), and third floor (one, dedicated to modern Rome)-educational services. Aside from the monumental staircase by Giuseppe Valadier, the wealth and breadth of its collections and tempera decorations of its halls which alone would deserve at least one visit, in the exhibition areas of the first floor the exhibition continues <Artemisia gentileschi="" e="" il="" suo="" tempo="">until the end of the current month.</Artemisia>
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  • Main museum exhibits were closed so we were only able to view a temporary exhibition of lithographs by Antoine Jean-Baptiste depicting a year in Rome produced between 1817-1818.
  • Da vedere!
  • Nice fountain & piazza.
  • It was okay, not really much to see.
  • Cool square to stop by