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Taccuini romani. Vedute di Diego Angeli - Visioni di Simona Filippini

Taccuini romani. Vedute di Diego Angeli - Visioni di Simona Filippini
Diego Angeli, Senza titolo 1886-1936, olio su cartone
Diego Angeli, Castel Giubileo sulla via Cassia 1894, olio su cartone
Diego Angeli, Via della Travicella (San Sebastiano) 1934, olio su cartone
Diego Angeli, Monte Parioli 1891, olio su carta
Diego Angeli, L'Aniene a valle del Ponte Tazio (Città Giardino) 1936, olio su carta
Musei Capitolini 2002©SimonaFilippini
Palazzo Brancaccio 2013©Simona Filippini
Parco della Cervelletta 2018©SimonaFilippini
Via Mamiani 2010©SimonaFilippini

Vivid impressions painted with oil colors or captured by snapping unrepeatable and unique pictures on a Polaroid instant camera. Two chronologically and culturally distant worlds, heterogeneous in style and expressive forms, meet in the exhibition “Taccuini romani” hosted by the Museo di Roma in Trastevere and promoted by Roma Capitale.

76 small views on paper, cardboard and wood painted between 1885 and 1936 by Diego Angeli, the only pictorial work of one of the most famous and eclectic personalities of the literary environment at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, are displayed together with the same number of snapshots taken by Simona Filippini for the Rome LOVE project, dialoguing in an original and poetic way: an unusual comparison that sees the city of Rome as its protagonist, although represented here in a reduced format.

Not bigger than a postcard, the paintings of Diego Angeli belong to a fund acquired by the museum in the early Nineties and exhibited for the first time to deepen the relationship that for centuries has involved artists in the representation of the city. Atmospheres and moods, unusual and unexpected views are shown in the “notes in pictorial form” of the brilliant journalist, novelist, and translator, composing an ideal notebook of his walks through the city and the surrounding countryside. Each of them testifies to the central role played by the Capital in the entire artistic production of the writer.

This distinctive way of looking at Rome, with its intense, contradictory and elusive charm, remains intact, a century later, in Simona Filippini’s “visions”.  Since 1993, her Polaroids photograph a reality in continuous mutation, dwelling on details that are only apparently trivial and capturing the many colors of a unique city.

Informazioni

Quando 
from 1 November 2019 to 23 February 2020
POINT (12.4689868 41.8900398)
Contatti 
Web site: 
www.museodiromaintrastevere.it/mostra-evento/taccuini-romani
Orari 

Inaugurazione
Giovedì 31 ottobre 2019, ore 18.00 solo per i possessori della MIC card.

Mostra
Dall'1 novembre al 23 febbraio 2020
Da martedì a domenica ore 10.00 - 20.00, la biglietteria chiude alle ore 19.00
24 e 31 dicembre ore 10.00 - 14.00
Chiuso lunedì, 25 dicembre e 1 gennaio

N.B. per eventuali aperture e/o chiusure straordinarie consultare la pagina dedicata agli Avvisi

Giorni di chiusura 
Monday
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Taccuini romani. Vedute di Diego Angeli - Visioni di Simona Filippini, Piazza di Sant'Egidio, 1/b
Piazza di Sant'Egidio, 1/b
41° 53' 24.144" N, 12° 28' 8.3532" E

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Diego Angeli, Senza titolo 1886-1936, olio su cartoneDiego Angeli, Castel Giubileo sulla via Cassia 1894, olio su cartoneDiego Angeli, Via della Travicella (San Sebastiano) 1934, olio su cartoneDiego Angeli, Monte Parioli 1891, olio su cartaDiego Angeli, L'Aniene a valle del Ponte Tazio (Città Giardino) 1936, olio su cartaMusei Capitolini 2002©SimonaFilippiniPalazzo Brancaccio 2013©Simona FilippiniParco della Cervelletta 2018©SimonaFilippiniVia Mamiani 2010©SimonaFilippini

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