Virtual exhibitions, digital publications and online resources: a rich offering made available by the National Galleries of Ancient Art to experience the museums’ collections and their current exhibitions even at a distance.
On the museums’ social media, every day, from Monday to Saturday, a new column is online. Monday is dedicated to the photographs of the exhibition Italia in attesa with the hashtags #Italiainattesa and #2020fermoimmagine, while on Friday, with #lospettatore, it is the turn of the story of the exhibition L’ora dello spettatore. Every Thursday, on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, with the hashtag #Lavitadelmuseo, we can find out more about stories, curiosities and details of the setting up of the exhibitions Plasmare l’idea. Pierre-Etienne Monnot, Carlo Maratti e il monumento Odescalchi and La Cananea restaurata. Nuove scoperte su Mattia e Gregorio Preti. To enter the museums' virtual door and discover the masterpieces exhibited at Palazzo Barberini and Galleria Corsini and the story of the collections, on Wednesday the appointment is with #storiediunacollezione and on Saturday with #lacollezione, which has described more than 150 works so far. On Tuesday, the #AnimaliFantastici column finally takes us to the discovery of the animal world that is hidden in the paintings, frescoes and architectural details of the Galleries.
Virtual tours and in-depth dossiers on exhibitions Plasmare l’idea. Pierre-Étienne Monnot, Carlo Maratti e il monumento Odescalchi and La Cananea restaurata. Nuove scoperte su Mattia e Gregorio Preti are always available on the Galleries website. For the exhibition L’ora dello spettatore, there is also a video story by the curator. Italia in attesa, the exciting photographic story about Italy during the health emergency, has its own dedicated site where you can discover all the images and information.