Category: Exhibits Archive

THE YEARS HAVE GONE BY…

From September 12th to October 15th 2014, the Bucharest Municipality Museum cordially invites you to attend the photography exhibition “The Years Have Gone By…”. This eighth edition will represent Bucharest at the start of the 20th century compared to the Bucharest of today and the one from the ‘70s-‘80s as seen by Șerban Lacriteanu. The […]

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URBAN SOLITARY

The Old Princely Court invites you on Wednesday, October 1st 2014, 18:00, to attend the opening of the group exhibition URBAN SOLITARY, featuring artists Christian Paraschiv, Justinian Scărlătescu, Cristi Gașpar, Lucian Muntean, the focAR group (Răzvan Neagoe and Alina Tudor), Maria Pop Timaru and Raluca Ghideanu, curator Adina Niculae, as part of the Bucharest Art […]

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MIRACULOUS HEALINGS – GHEORGHE TATTARESCU

On Wednesday, November 19th 2014, the Bucharest Municipality Museum will open its exhibition series called “Miraculous Healings” with an exhibition dedicated to painter Gheorghe Tattarescu, who in 1864 founded the Romanian higher arts education in Wallachia. The sub-title associated to the subject, Remembering – restorations, indicates the “double” content of these events: the organizers wish […]

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MY NAME WAS CONSTANTIN BASARAB BRÂNCOVEANU – A CONFESSED STORY

“My Name was Constantin Basarab Brâncoveanu” is an invitation to find out how life might have been at the end of the 17th century and especially what it would have been like to be in the intimate circle of power. The first person narrative helps the visitors to get close to a character from so […]

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WAR JOURNAL

The First World War did not represent only a displacements of troops, unpredicted situations and series of events, but also a radical and painful shifts of events, with strong implications in the social and political spheres. The First World War caused the collapse of a world and the emergence of another, one where the older […]

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FOR A HISTORY OF SYMBOLS: TATTOOS IN ROMANIA

The exhibition’s closing date will be extended to May 17th 2015. “For a History of Tattoos in Romania” is an exhibition created together with the “Mina Minovici” Medical Forensics Institute and premiers a didactic collection belonging to Dr. Nicolae Minovici started as far back as the end of the 19th century. The opening of the […]

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THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ANTIQUITIES: AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL JOURNEY

“The National Museum of Antiquities: An Archaeological Journey” is an event marking the 180 years anniversary of the founding of the Natural History and Antiquities Museum and the 150 years anniversary of the National Museum of Antiquities, whose continuer is the “Vasile Pârvan” Institute of Archaeology. The exhibition offers the public an encounter with the […]

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