Museum:Museo del Corso
address: Via del Corso 320
Born in 1999, deliberately and on the spur of the President of the Fondazione Roma, Prof.
Emmanuele FM Emmanuel, the Museo Fondazione Roma has produced to date more than 35 exhibitions, in collaboration with the most important museums internationally, including the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina SofĂa in Madrid, the State Museum of St.
Petersburg, and the Pushkin Museum the Museum of the Moscow Kremlin, the Louvre Museum, the Palace Museum in Beijing, the GemĂ¤ldegalerie in Berlin, the Honolulu Academy of Arts, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.
The exhibitions have traveled the eras and styles of Italian, European and international Macchiaioli by the Impressionists, from Rodin to Hopper, from Piranesi to Futurism.
Particular attention has been paid to distant cultures from the West, such as the Forbidden City of China or Japan Master's Hiroshige.
The Museum is distinguished by the peculiarity of its offer aesthetic and the original paths to cultural studies, such as seminars, conferences, shows and themed events with ongoing exposure.
The exhibition "Rome and the Old.
Reality and Vision in the 700" ushered in the new exhibition at Palazzo Sciarra.
With the opening of this office, inside the historical building of the Rome Foundation, the Museum has expanded its artistic programming: in fact, this space has gone to support the existing one at Via del Corso, Palazzo Cipolla.
The two sites, facing today represent a new museum, with an exhibition area of over 1,500 square meters, offering exhibitions devoted respectively to classical art and contemporary art.