Category: Exhibits Archive

MIRACULOUS HEALINGS – THE MISTERIES OF THEODOR AMAN’S PAINTINGS

A Christmas present, minutely prepared by the Theodor Aman Museum: the opening of a new exhibition room that comes to complete the museum’s patrimony and to continue the “Miraculous Healings” series with new restored paintings by BMM’s experts. One of Theodor Aman favorite subjects was still life with cherries. Although in the majority of this […]

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INTER-WAR ARCHITECTURE IN BUCHAREST

Photographs from the Bucharest Municipality Museum’s collection and the collection of the Romanian Academy Library Prints Cabinet. The exhibition will remain open from January 15th to March 31st. 1918 – 1944 was the period of time that displayed the largest variety of orientations and stylistic explorations, a time when Bucharest went through an intense constructions […]

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MIRACULOUS HEALINGS – RUDOLF SCHWEITZER CUMPĂNA

Rudolf Schwietzer Cumpăna (born May 7th 1886, Pitești – died February 17th 1975, Bucharest)   The Bucharest Municipality Museum continues its Miraculous Healings series with the showcase of two recently restaured paintings and an exhibition dedicated to painter Rudolf Schwietzer Cumpăna, on the 40 years commemoration since his eath. “… Despite his German name, which […]

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BUCHAREST: A “NOVECENTO” PORTRAIT VISTING GRAND HOTEL CONTINENTAL

“Bucharest: A Novecento portrait. The Story of a Century in 555 Anniversaries” is an exhibition aiming to tell the story of Bucharest in the 20th century. It will be on display from March 11th to April 30th at Grand Hotel Continental with special guests Emanuel Bădescu and Adrian Crăciunescu. “The city lives through many souls. […]

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LOST GARDENS OF BUCHAREST

Our city’s geography was quite generous in the past. The small islands on Dâmbovița, which absorbed the water excess and protected the nearby districts from floods, were often surounded by forests. Fragments of these riches survived until the mid 19th century, but started to dissapear as the city’s demographic structure developed: new districts, industrial spaces […]

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MIRACULOUS HEALINGS – LUCIA DEM. BĂLĂCESCU (1895 – 1979)

The third exhibition in the Miraculous Healings series is dedicated to painter Lucia Dem. Bălăcescu on the 120th anniversy since her birth, and the representative work restored to the exhibitional circuit after the “healing” process of restauration, is „Landscape from Bucharest”.  The painting is joined by five other works belonging to the Bucharest Pinacotheque’s collection. […]

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BUCHAREST’S MONTH AFTER 80 YEARS (1935 – 2015)

The first Bucharest’s Month event took place 80 years ago and was a grand event going beyond the limits of a simple festivity or exhibition. Bucharest’s Month had a great impact on the city’s progress, each new edition marking the opening of important edifices. The initiative, inspired by the great European exhibitions of the time, […]

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THE PAINTED PALACE

How do children see the Suțu Palace? The exhibition the Painted Castle – June 1st, the Bucharest Municipality Museum. One the International Day of Children, the Bucharest Municipality Museum – the Suțu Palace, opens an exhibition of drawings created by children… for children and adults. “The Painted Castel” can be visited starting with June 1st […]

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MIRACULOUS HEALINGS – MARCEL IANCU (1895 – 1984)

The Bucharest Municipality Museum cordially invites you to attend the exhibition dedicated to Marcel Iancu, from August 5th to October 4th at the Suțu Palace. The exhibition features a series of artworks belonging to the artist which were restored in the museum’s restauration studio. Quantity does not replace quality in art. Democracy was banful for […]

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