Carlo Bilotti Museum

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Until 21 April 2024

The Carlo Bilotti Museum

The Carlo Bilotti Museum is a contemporary art museum in the city of Rome. It is based in the Villa Borghese Orangery and houses paintings, sculptures and watercolors from the collection donated by the Italian-American entrepreneur and collector Carlo Bilotti, which includes works by Giorgio De Chirico, paintings by Gino Severini, Andy Warhol and Larry Rivers and Giacomo Manzù. These are works collected in years of frequentation and friendship with the most significant artists of our time. Some rooms of the Carlo Bilotti Museum are intended for temporary exhibitions. The museum is part of the Municipal Museums system and of the Villa Borghese Museum Park project.


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Viale Fiorello la Guardia, 6
00197 Rome


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