Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Fountain in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. In the eighteenth century the Orangery was known as the Casino dei Giuochi d'Acqua for the presence of fountains and nymphaea
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Fountain in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. In the eighteenth century the Orangery was known as the Casino dei Giuochi d'Acqua for the presence of fountains and nymphaea
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Portrait of Tina and Lisa Bilotti by Andy Warhol in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Tina and Lisa, wife and daughter of Carlo Bilotti, are portrayed by Andy Warhol in a rare double portrait
Mystery and Melancholy of a Street by Giorgio de Chirico in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. A late replica, made by de Chirico, probably in late Sixties and retrodated to 1948, of one of his most celebrated paintings of 1914. The painting exhibited is available for people with visual impairments by touch of its 3-D reproduction.
Solitary Orpheus by Giorgio de Chirico in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. The painting from 1973 represents the musician god is represented with a lyre in his hand on a stage set. The colors of the now aged artist are full of joy. The painting exhibited is available for people with visual impairments by touch of its 3-D reproduction
The mysterious archaeologists by Giorgio de Chirico in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. The painting from 1926 represents two mannequin statues. The ancient buildings which cover their stomachs characterize them as archaeologists. Each figure is represented in a unique tonality which makes them seem to be made of stone, as if they themselves were ancient sculpture. The originality of this work comes from the contrast of the two figures, one seen from the front, the other from the back, one light, the other dark, the reason why to the work has been given the second title of Day and Night
Hall two with an important collection of Giorgio De Chirico in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. The donation of the italo-american businessman Carlo Bilotti to the museum – twenty-two works – is largely made up of paintings and sculptures by Giorgio de Chirico produced between the early 1920s and 1970s
Hall two with an important collection of Giorgio De Chirico in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. The donation of the italo-american businessman Carlo Bilotti to the museum – twenty-two works – is largely made up of paintings and sculptures by Giorgio de Chirico produced between the early 1920s and 1970s
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
Exhibition for Frank Holiday in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Frank Holliday is a painter who became known in the New York City art world in the 1970s and 1980s and is often associated with the East Village scene and with Club 57. Additional spaces for temporary exhibitions have been created in the Museum Carlo Bilotti to allow the museum to keep up with developments in contemporary art. The creation of the Museo Bilotti is an exemplary cooperation between the public and private sectors
The Summer by Gino Severini in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Located on the right side of hall two in the painting from 1951 the summer, appears as a sorrowful woman whose outlines are lost in the geometric and almost abstract structure of the composition. The Italian Artist s stratigraphic figurative style, the divisionism of the Roman years, cubism, which is here enriched with futuristic dynamism, at the base of his paintings in the 1910s, re-emerge in the elegant synthesis of this female figure
Hall two with an important collection of Giorgio De Chirico in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. The donation of the italo-american businessman Carlo Bilotti to the museum – twenty-two works – is largely made up of paintings and sculptures by Giorgio de Chirico produced between the early 1920s and 1970s
Portrait of Tina and Lisa Bilotti by Andy Warhol in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Tina and Lisa, wife and daughter of Carlo Bilotti, are portrayed by Andy Warhol in a rare double portrait
Hall one with the portrait of Carlo Bilotti by Larry Rivers in the Orangery of Villa Borghese today the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in Rome, Italy. Larry Rivers depicts Carlo Bilotti in a rigid frontal pose, taken from a painting by the French abstract artist Dubuffet, which is also owned by the collector
Monumental sculpture of Hector and Andromache by Giorgio De Chirico in the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art located in the Organery of Villa Borghese in Rome, Italy. The bronze sculpture is an example of a recent copy, which the Giorgio and Isa de Chirico Foundation made in two copies, on commission of Carlo Bilotti. The composition reproduces, in over life-sized dimensions, a plaster model made by de Chirico in 1966. Hector and Andromache characterizes the external space of the Orangery, where it fulfils a function of enticing visitors
The standing Cardinale of Giacomo Manzu in the Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art located in the Organery of Villa Borghese in Rome, Italy. The sculpture, offered to the Museum by Carlo Bilotti, was part of a casting of eight versions made in 2004 from an original of 1965. Manzu was one of the principal interpreters of sacred themes in our age
The Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in the Organery of Villa Borghese in Rome, Italy. The museum following intensive restoration houses the paintings, sculptures and drawings belonging to Carlo Bilotti, an Italian-American businessman and famous art collector. The donation of his collection – twenty-two works – is largely made up of paintings and sculptures by Giorgio de Chirico produced between the early 1920s and 1970s. Then there is the Portrait of Carlo Bilotti by Larry Rivers, the Portrait of Tina and Lisa Bilotti made in 1981 by Andy Warhol, Summer by Gino Severini, and the large bronze Cardinal by Giacomo Manzù
The Museum Carlo Bilotti for contemporary art in the Organery of Villa Borghese in Rome, Italy. The museum following intensive restoration houses the paintings, sculptures and drawings belonging to Carlo Bilotti, an Italian-American businessman and famous art collector. The donation of his collection – twenty-two works – is largely made up of paintings and sculptures by Giorgio de Chirico produced between the early 1920s and 1970s. Then there is the Portrait of Carlo Bilotti by Larry Rivers, the Portrait of Tina and Lisa Bilotti made in 1981 by Andy Warhol, Summer by Gino Severini, and the large bronze Cardinal by Giacomo Manzù
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