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Picasso and Cubism
From 8 March to 23 June 2013 you can visit this maxi-exhibition that pays homage to the most imported avant-garde art movement of the twentieth century.
This artistic movement had no founders, let alone a unified direction; In 1908 Matisse watched some works by Braque made to "small cubes" and judged negatively, following Luis Vauxcelles described them as "bizarre cubist" and it is from these discussions that gave a name to the movement.
Hidden Rome: the discovery of Santa Sabina on the Aventine
The Dominican convent of Santa Sabina on the Aventine preserving a monumental complex, certainly among the most evocative of Rome.
Exhibition of Tiziano at the Quirinal Stables
Exhibition of Titian at the Quirinal Stables
The concert and the Beautiful Palazzo Pitti, the Flora of the Uffizi, the Gozzi Altarpiece of Ancona, the Danae of Capodimonte, the Charles V with the dog and the portrait of the Prado or skinning of Marsyas Kromeriz are just some of the most known by Titian (Pieve di Cadore about 1485 - Venice 1576) which will be exhibited at the Quirinal Stables.
Brueghel in Rome
Brueghel in Rome from 18/12/2012 to 02/06/2013
The Cloister of Bramante hosts from 18 December 2012 to 2 June 2013 a major exhibition of the masterpieces of the Brueghel dynasty that traces the history and the exceptional talent of the most important race of Flemish artists active between the sixteenth and seventeenth century, over 100 works including paintings, drawings and graphics. The works from important private collections and Italian and foreign museums - including the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in Milan and the Capodimonte Museum in Naples - present to the public relations and artistic journey of four generations of painters of the noble lineage.