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Palazzo Chiablese, Turin
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Il palazzo è molto bello, peccato sia poco conosciuto e apprezzato. Il cortile è molto bello, ha un qualcosa di magico. Al momento vi è esposta un'opera di Gianni Dessì, opera che fa riflettere molto ... read more »The building is very nice, pity is little known and appreciated. The courtyard is very nice, has something magical. At the moment there is an artwork of Gianni Dessì, sobering work on visions of men.show original
Non sarà nella top ten delle cose da visitare a Torino ma di sicuro è meritevole di attenzione per la bellezza e raffinatezza intrinseca della dimora e per le iniziative culturali che vengono organizz... read more »Will not be in the top ten list of things to visit in Turin but it is certainly worthy of attention for the intrinsic beauty and refinement of the dwelling and for the cultural events that are organized inside. Deservingshow original
Palazzo Chiablese, una visita che non può mancare. Fa parte, per la porzione a Piano Terra dove vengono allestite stupende mostre (ultima in ordine di apparizione "Matisse e il suo tempo"), dei Musei ... read more »Palazzo Chiablese, a visit you can't miss. Part, for the portion on the ground floor where wonderful exhibitions are held (last in order of appearance "Matisse and his time"), the Royal Museums of Turin along with the Royal Palace the Royal Armenia, the Royal Library, the Royal Library, the archaeological museum and the Royal gardens. the Royal Palace of the Royal Armory to enjoy the spirit of the time. Much of the building is dedicated to house the offices of the Ministry of cultural heritage and tourism in Piedmont, only some of the rooms are open to the public. Former residence of Bernardino di Savoia, monsignor of Racconigi, the building from 1585 back in possession of Duke Carlo Emanuele I (1562-1630) who does it restructure under the direction of architect and military engineer Ascanio Vitozzi (1539-1615). In the first half of the 17th century is the residence of Cardinal Maurizio of Savoy (1593-1657) and his wife Ludovica, daughter of Victor Amadeus I (1587-1637). Situated between the Royal Palace and the Church of San Lorenzo, within the so-called "command zone" (part of the Centre of Turin destined to welcome the representative and administrative seats of power of Savoy), Palazzo Chiablese captures an architectural unity from 1753, when Charles Emmanuel III (1701-1773) entrusts the first architect Benedett Alfieri (1699-1767) the project for the total riplasmazione of the residence intended his son Benedetto Maurizio , Duke of Chablais. Jobs, who have as their objective the transformation of the entire block between piazza San Giovanni, piazza Reale, via Palazzo di Città and via XX Settembre – the building was indeed initially consists only of a building on piazza San Giovanni and tested on Real square – continue until the death of Alfieri (1767) and 1770 by architect Giuseppe Battista concluded civil towards Piacenza (1735-1818). Among the most significant parts of the building, recently affected by important restorations, we highlight the entrance and the Interior, characterized by a rich and refined rocaille decoration made by skilled Plasterers Lugano source chosen directly by Benedetto Alfieri. In the 1940s the building was sold to the State. Palazzo Chiablese is now home to the offices of the Regional Secretariat of the MiBACT for Piedmont and Superintendences Archaeology, fine art and landscape for the metropolitan city of Turin, archaeology, fine art and landscape for the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo and archaeology, fine art and landscape for the provinces of Biella, Novara, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola and Vercelli. After its restoration started in the late nineties of the twentieth century, reopened to the public some of the most significant rooms full of furniture.show original
Mostre sempre perfette
Paolo MarianiSplendid palace hosts important exhibitions. Guided tours.show original
Francesco Rizzàbeautiful historic building in Turin with multiple exhibitions of international artists.show original
Tamara de lempika
Anna scorsone alessandriIn Turin a major exhibition dedicated to Tamara de Lempicka of anna scorsone alessandri. In Turin Palazzo Chiablese ended recently the exhibition dedicated to Tamara de Lempicka, Polish painter, belonging to the current Art Deco. He discovered his passion for art in 1911 on a trip to Italy together with grandmother Clementine. Artist of transgression, of sensuality and charm. The furoreggiò artist with his art in the early decades of the twentieth century, winning even with its charm and its forms, in the salons of Paris. Tamara de Lempicka is one of the most striking expressions of art in the 1920s. Artist of great potential and unconventional character. The exhibition of approximately 100 works on display in the halls of the Palace and set up according to a thematic path: Tamara worlds, still life, Portraits, Fashion, nude, lead us to various aspects of life and oeuvre of the Polish artist and allowed visitors to learn new aspects of the life and works of the famous artist. Tamara de Lempicka in short gets a boundless fame. The 1920s and 1930s to represent the period of the artist more creativity, the images created by you immediately become unmistakable sign of an era. In fact, his paintings became the manifesto of the twenties and thirties era that Tamara de Lempicka interprets masterfully impressing in his canvases unusual personality. Charming modern the De Lempicka pours of atmospheres to which he belonged in his works, managing to divert attention of the observer from the stylistic rigor with which he approached the painting. Behind his subjects aristocrats, blonde girls with curls and rouged officials. The painter of the transgression, the charm, and whose works are universally recognized icons, it seems "not to exist", not being part of the "history of art". The artist still does not escape controversy. The exhibition at Palazzo Chiablese Turin has long been questioned. The motivation? The proximity of the halls of the exhibition sponsored by the city of Turin, it borders the salt of the Turin cathedral where Holy Shroud is exposed and the profane De Lempicka's nudes have generated quite a bit of scandal "pushed". A journey so articulate, thorough, fascinating exhibition devoted to Tamara de Lempicka, symbol of elegance and transgression, independence and modernity. Curated by Joy art historian, known internationally for his extensive research on Tamara de Lempicka traces and rediscovers the life of Tamara: Beautiful, resourceful and with immense talent. Tamara de Lempicka, pseudonym Tamara Rosalia Gurwik, following is the biography that unpublished anecdotes of his long life Anna Scorsone Alessandrishow original
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