Announced the exibition “Raphael Santi 1520-1483” celebrating the 500 years at the Scuderie del Quirinale (Italy)
The exibition will re-open 2nd June 2020, Tuesday and it will be visitable untill 30th August, Sunday. Scuderie del Quirinale had closed the exhibition due to restrictive measures against covid-19 virus infection
On the occasion of the Cinquecentenario there are numerous exhibitions scheduled to pay homage to the great Raffaello Sanzio, we see the main ones in Italy, without prejudice to the anti-contagion measures from covid-19.
The exhibition at the Scuderie del Quirinale
Before the inauguration
Bookings from all over the world have arrived for the exhibition of the Quirinale Stables for the celebrations of the 500th anniversary of Raffaello Sanzio, entitled “Raffaello 1520-1483” .
A few hours after the anticipatory conference recently held in Rome – the real inauguration is announced for Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
The exhibition opens to the public on the following Thursday (March 5, 2020) – apparently there have been presales for sixty thousand tickets and this is indeed a significant figure.
Also notable is the fact that in Rome at the Scuderie del Quirinale are expected – guests of the President of the Italian Republic Sergio Mattarella- the highest institutional offices of the countries concerned in the works to the beautiful loan “Raffaello 1520-1483” .
So this exhibition that promises to be not only beautiful, but also historiographically interesting .
By avoiding confusion between the originals and the attributions -the editors will have a great deal to do to effectively signal the difference in the exhibition itinerary-
“Raffaello Sanzio 1520-1483” aims to bring together works of comparison and context for a total of two hundred and forty pieces .
Up and down, considering in a single account also codes and sculptures , artifacts of various kinds that will be on display .
Last but not least considering the guests of the Quirinale, “Raffaello Sanzio 1520-1483”, given the scale, is an opportunity to renew the elimination of interstate borders thanks to culture.
In the good example for posterity not to forget – as in one of the best known Hegelian dialectics – that we ourselves impose restrictions and borders and things.
And therefore we must also impose that our own creations, whether conceptual or physical, do not take over us, in short, to mark a point in favor of the common good valid for the future in the difference between human intelligence and that of machines and to continue in the tradition of good international relations at the basis of a result of peace and well-being .
The closing of the exhibition of the spring quarter of the Scuderie del Quirinale is scheduled for Monday 2 June , a public holiday for the Italian calendar and very crowded for the Eternal City, due to the much loved Republic Day.
From Inside The Staircase we can’t wait to see what will come out of it, the cards on the table, if we can say so, are excellent.
In fact, a committee for Raphael celebrations was established by the minister Dario Franceschini with the presidency of the art historian Antonio Paolucci and the care of the exhibition is entrusted to Marzia Faietti and Matteo Lanfranconi with the contribution of Vincenzo Farinella and Francesco Paolo Di Teodoro .
Then there is a scientific committee chaired by Sylvia Ferino Pagden , in collaboration with Nicholas Penny , Barbara Jatta and Guido Cornini (of the Vatican Museums ), Dominique Cordellier ( Musée Louvre ), Achim Gnann , Alessandro Nova , Alessandro Viscogliosi , Mario Scalini .
Aside from the ” Leo X jolts “, internal to the issues on the exhibition, due to an uprising – on a recently restored portrait, an oil painting by Raphael -, for which discussions of irremovability are being alleged, it seems that the committee is doing a really important work on the artistic historiographic level.
The museums involved in the international loan for “Raffaello Sanzio 1520-1483” are the Louvre Museum and the Musée des Beaux-Arts of Lille for France, the British Museum , the Royal Collection , the Victoria & Albert Museum , the Ashmolean Museum of Oxford, the National Gallery of London for Great Britain, the Prado Museum , the Museo Nacional de Artes decorativas (Madrid) for Spain, then for the United States the National Gallery of Art in Washington , the Met (New York ), and then again for the European quota, the Albertina in Vienna the largest for prints and drawings in the world and then of course
The Italian museums that lend works to Raffaello Sanzio 1520-1483 are the real highlight: the Florentine Gallerie Degli Uffizi , the Roman Galleria Borghese , the Pinacoteca Nazionale di Bologna , the Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte , the Brescia Museums Foundation , the galleries National Ancient Art , the Museum and Archaeological Park of Naples
Finally, the Archaeological Park of the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums and the Vatican Museums (CSV) lend to the Scuderie del Quirinale on the occasion of the exhibition on Raphael .
The exhibition will follow the following opening hours: from Sunday to Thursday from 10 am to 8 pm, on Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 10:30 pm (the ticket office closes in any case one hour earlier), for the holiday on May 1, unfortunately no indications were found at the time.
The online exhibition
It should be noted that at the moment it is possible to follow the exhibition of the Scuderie del Quirinale on social media through the dedicated hashtags , #raffaelloinmostra, #Raffaello, #RaffaelloOltreLaMostra.
Released on March 26 on the video channel of the Scuderie del Quirinale the report on the exhibition that you find below in the article.
It is a video that tells room by room the exhibition path studied in a succession of themes, the clients and the contexts in which the artist moves.
Today, Monday 30 March 2020, the video Letter to Leo X – an in-depth analysis on the letter in which we appeal to Pope Leo X then ruler to protect antiquities.
We transmit here from the channel of the Scuderie del Quirinale a conference held as part of the meetings on the Raffaello 1520-1483 exhibition with the great art historian Antonio Natali on Monday 2 March entitled Raphael in Florence at the time of the Republic of Pier Soderini.
Raphael in Umbria
We transmit in full the press release of the suspension of the Perugia exhibition on Raffaello Sanzio, one of the three whose openings are scheduled from Wednesday 8 April to climb until October,
“Following the issuance of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 8 March 2020, the exhibitions and events scheduled for the month of April are suspended pending new provisions.raffaelloinumbria.it
Our activities continue with the insertion of the worksheets in the section “Raffaello routes: discover the works” in the portal http: //www.raffaelloinumbria.it ; and with the publication of posts dedicated to Raphael on the social channels “Discovering Umbria”.
In summary, three exhibitions are expected in Perugia for Raphael’s 500th anniversary , one opening according to the calendar on April 8, the other scheduled for June, then one from next October.
Perugia celebrates Raphael: Raphael in Umbria
The first is titled Perugia celebrates Raphael: Raphael in Umbria and his legacy ; organized by the CariPerugia Arte Cristina Colaiacovo foundation , it should take place in Palazzo Baldeschi from April to November this year.
While the second exhibition in Perugia should be open from June to close in September, with the title
Perugia Celebrates Raphael. Luck and myth of Raphael in Umbria
Perugia Celebrates Raphael. Fortune and myth of Raphael in Umbria is curated by Francesco Federico Mancini; Perugia celebrates Raphael is expected at the civic museum of Palazzo Penna and is scheduled from June to September 2020.
The fortune of the Raffaello Pala Baglioni in the Perugia copies
Finally at the National Gallery of Umbria , from 9 October 2020 until 10 January 2021 , also in this case before the crown virus emergency , the exhibition La fortuna della Pala Baglioni by Raffaello was announced in the Perugian copies curated by Marco Pierini and Veruska Picchiarelli and centered on the 1507 altarpiece.
As stated in the aforementioned press release, the activities of the Raffaello portal in Umbria continue online.
Articles on Raffaello Sanzio
I also wrote on Raffaello Sanzio: Raffaello Sanzio: the mixes and portraits for the History of Art section of Inside The Staircase
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