EXHIBITIONS ARCHIVE

MIRACULOUS HEALINGS – NICU ENEA (1897 – 1960)

Nicu Enea was born on May 28th 1897 in the village of Valea Arinilor, Bacău county, the son of a peasant family. After finishing primary school he enrolled at the Normal School for teachers in Piatra Neamț. From 1921 to 1928 he intermittently attended the School of Belle Arte in Bucharest. Here he studied drawing […]

THE INTERACTIVE EXHIBITION “THE MACHINES OF LEONARDO DA VINCI”

Descoperă invențiile și arta lui Leonardo da Vinci și surprinde o secvență din felul în care funcționează o minte strălucită. Muzeul Municipiului București vă invită la expoziția interactivă „Mașinile lui Leonardo da Vinci”, deschisă în perioada 18 mai – 24 septembrie 2017 la Palatul Suțu (parter), realizată cu sprijinul Societății ARANEUS din Polonia. Discover the […]

THE BEGINNINGS OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN BUCHAREST. MASTERS AND IMAGES OF THE 19th CENTURY

The photography technique, a new practice imported in Romania from the West, amazed the entire population of Bucharest at the middle of the 19th century. Interest in photography started to appear in our country likely around 1834 when a pharmacist lost his life after working with bromine during his relative researches on photography. On February […]

PREHISTORIC ITEMS FROM THE SEVEREANU COLLECTION

The exhibition wishes to familiarize members of the public with ancient items and recent stories, all revealed in an exquisite ambient: The Stained Glass Hall of the George Severeanu Museum. The exhibited objects are not well-known, being part of a private collection (the Maria and Dr. George Severeanu Collection) put together by Dr. Severeanu and […]

ARCHITECTURAL VALUES OF DOBROGEA

The Filipescu-Cesianu House December 4th – 21st 2015 The Bucharest Municipality Museum, The Order of Romanian Architects – Dobrogea and The Order of Romanian Architects – Bucharest, have the honor to welcome you at the exhibition “Architectural Values of Dobrogea”, on December 4th – 21st 2015 in the Lapidarium Room Of the Filipescu-Cesianu House, 151 […]

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 […]

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 […]

THE PIONEERS OF MOTORING IN BUCHAREST

The Bucharest Municipality Museum together with Retromobil Club Romania, cordially invite on Saturday, August 1st, 18:00, at the Suțu Palace, to attend the opening of the exhibition “The Pioneers of Motoring in Bucharest”, an exhibition featuring the beginnings of motoring in Romania as well as sequences of public transportation in Bucharest. Alongside the exhibition displayed […]

The Magic of Lines (Ligia Macovei and Eminescu’s Lyricism)

STARTING MARCH 2019   THEMATIC EXHIBITION – “LIGIA AND POMPILIU MACOVEI” ART COLLECTION THE MAGIC OF LINES (LIGIA MACOVEI AND EMINESCU’S LYRICISM)   From March 21st to September 22nd 2019, the Museum that hosts the “Ligia and Pompiliu Macovei” Art Collection (“the 11th of June” Street, No. 36-38) will organize a thematic exhibition dedicated to […]

BUCHAREST: A “NOVECENTO” PORTRAIT. THE STORY OF A CENTURY IN 555 ANNIVERSARIES

“Bucharest: a Novecento Portrait. The Story of a Century in 555 Anniversaries” is a book and an exhibition that open one another in order to share the story of Bucharest in the 20th century. There are books adapted into films, books adapted into theatre and plays and books adapted into exhibitions. “Bucharest: a Novecento Portrait. […]

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 […]

SUȚU PALACE AT THE FESTIVAL OF KOREAN CULTURE

The Bucharest Embassy of the Korean Republic (South Korea) organizes the third edition of the Festival of Korean Culture this year. The Festival will take place in Iaşi between the 22nd and the 23rd of June, afterwards continuing in Bucharest between June 24th and July 17th. The event is organized with the support of the […]

MIRACULOUS HEALINGS – NICOLAE VERMONT (1866- 1932) REVELATIONS ON PAINTERS AND THEIR WORKS THROUGH THE PROCESS OF RESTAURATION

Eighty-five years since the death of painter Nicolae Vermont and 151 years since his birth, the “Nicolae Vermont” exhibition opened in June 2017 features eight works of art from the Bucharest Municipality Museum Pinacothèque collection that mark key moments from the artist’s creative process, from his early stages to the more mature phases, researched and […]

OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION – “100 YEARS OF ROMANIAN MEDICINE”

The Bucharest Municipality Museum and “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest are proud to announce the opening of the outdoor photography exhibition “100 years of Romanian Medicine”. The exhibition is split into two modules that can be visited at two different locations of the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy: at […]

Gheorghe Leahu – Bucharest’s Architectonic Curiosities

STARTING AUGUST 2019 THEMATIC EXHIBITION AT DR. NICOLAE MINOVICI MUSEUM GHEORGHE LEAHU – BUCHARESTIAN ARCHITECTONIC CURIOSITIES   From August 23rd to November 3rd 2019, the Conferences Hall of Dr. Nicolae Minovici Museum will host the exhibition “Bucharestian Architectonic Curiosities: Gheorghe Leahu”. The watercolor townscapes were a generous donation of the author to the Bucharest Municipality […]

THE SUBTERRANEAN CITY. BUCHAREST BETWEEN SACRED AND PROFANE

THE SUBTERRANEAN CITY. BUCHAREST BETWEEN SACRED AND PROFANE The exhibition The Subterranean City. Bucharest between Sacred and Profane focuses on the reconstitution of medieval Bucharest through the presentation of materials and results from archaeological research undergone by the Bucharest Municipality Museum in the Historic Centre area of the city. These brought to light elements of […]

THE EXHIBITION “LITHIC PIECES RESTORED FROM THE COLLECTIONS OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ANTIQUITIES”

The Bucharest Municipality Museum along with the “Vasile Pârvan” Institute of Archaeology invites the public to discover a new section of the National Museum of Antiquities exhibition. An archaeological exhibition, hosted by the George Severeanu Museum, until July 10th 2016. The “Vasile Pârvan” Institute of Archaeology, the continuation of the National Museum of Antiquities, is […]

AN (UN) FORGOTTEN HISTORY: THE OLD PRINCELY COURT MUSEUM”

April 27th 2017 marks the anniversary of 45 years since the opening of the Old Princely Court Museum. Set up in the vestiges of the Bucharest Princely Court, the official residence of Wallachian rulers, the Old Princely Court Museum presents historic testimonies of great importance for learning the history of Bucharest. The founding of the […]

Elites and Coats of Arms in the Old Bucharest

STARTING DECEMBER 2019 THEMATIC EXHIBITION AT THE SUȚU PALACE ELITES AND COATS OF ARMS IN THE OLD BUCHAREST The exhibition ”Elites and Coats of Arms” will be open for the public from December 18th 2019 to April 2020 at the Suțu Palace and will showcase a rediscovered history of Bucharest’s elites from the 19th and […]

The Whims of Fashion in the 19th Century Bucharest

From NOVEMBER 27th 2018 THEMATIC EXHIBITION AT THE SUȚU PALACE THE WHIMS OF FASHION (1850-1950) The Bucharest Municipality Museum now showcases the themed exhibition called “The Whims of Fashion (1850 – 1950)”, which can be visited from November 27th 2018 to March 17th 2019. Official art was largely influenced by the bourgeois taste which, all […]

THE ANCIENT MAN: THE REAL AND THE IMAGINARY – THE GREEK VESSELS IN THE “MARIA AND DR. GEORGE SEVEREANU” COLLECTION

The exhibition “The Ancient Man: the Real and the Imaginary. The Greek Vessels in the Maria and Dr. George Severeanu Collection” introduces the public into the atmosphere of ancient Greece by following the evolution of Greek ceramics from the 10th century B.C. to the 4th century B.C. The objects on display are part of a […]

THE EXHIBITION “THE FILIPESCU-CESIANU HOUSE – THE STORY OF REHABILITATION”

The Bucharest Municipality Museum unveils the story of the Filipescu-Cesianu House’s recent rehabilitation through an exhibition organised at Suțu Palace – “The Filipescu-Cesianu House – the story of rehabilitation”. The exhibition will be inaugurated on Wednesday July 20th 2016 at 15:00, Suțu Palace, along with Dr. Adrian Majuru, Manager of the Bucharest Municipality Museum, and […]

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 […]

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 […]

People of Bucharest. Our City and Portrait

STARTING JULY 2019 THEMATIC EXHIBITION AT THE SUȚU PALACE PEOPLE OF BUCHAREST. OUR CITY AND PORTRAIT From July 3rd to December 8th, the Bucharest Municipality Museum offers the public a thematic exhibition featuring portrait-images of some of Bucharest’s inhabitants who lived in our city, starting from the 18th century until today. The human figure is […]

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 […]

“BUCHAREST – FROM THE PATRIARCHAL CITY TO THE CAPITAL OF GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS”

The Art department of the Bucharest Municipality Museum is preparing an exhibition dedicated to Bucharest’s representations in paintings and drawings that will allow visitors to uncover more unusual aspects of the city as it was in the past (end 19th century – 20th century), featuring the relics of its characteristic picturesque atmosphere. The exhibition will […]

MIRACULOUS HEALINGS – ȘTEFAN LUCHIAN (1868 – 1916)

The exhibition “Ştefan Luchian”, part of the “Miraculous Healings” exhibition project, aims to illustrate and bring to the artistically inclined public’s attention the vast universe of a great artist, in a time of great turmoil for the social and artistic world, and, through the creation of a dialogue between painting as an act of creation […]

EXHIBITION: A TRIP INTO THE HISTORY OF THE BERCENI DISTRICT

The Bucharest Municipality Museum cordially invites you to attend the exhibition “A Trip Into the History of Berceni District”, opened between February 3rd and April 3rd 2016 in the Lapidarium room of the Filipescu-Cesianu House. The exhibition’s concept is part of the project “Neighbourhood Stories” to which new elements were added (about 30 photographs belonging […]

THE NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY SALON “FOTOGEOGRAFICA” – 20th EDITION

Tuesday, May 24th 2016, starting with 18:30, we have the pleasure to invite you to the opening of the 20th edition of the National Photography Salon “Fotogeografica”, taking place at the Suțu Palace – Bucharest Municipality Museum. On this occasion we will also lauch the “Fotogeografica 2016” album featuring the winning works in the two […]

THE BRANCOVAN ESTABLISHMENTS: 1835 – 2015

History of Art Association, in partnership with the Bucharest Municipality Museum and the “Brancovan Palaces from Mogoșoaia” Cultural Centre, cordially invite you to attend the opening of the exhibition „The Brancovan Establishments: 1835 – 2015” on Wednesday, April 6th, 18:30, which will be open to the public from April 6th to May 15th 2016 in […]

ȚĂNDĂRICĂ’S JOURNEY

Țăndărică Theatre’s 70 years of puppetry history presented at the Suțu Palace! Țăndărică Theatre continues its “70  years” anniversay events and invites you to the opening of the exhibition „Țăndărică’s Journey”, a fascinating story that deserves to be seen! The event takes places on Friday, Auguts 7th, 17:00, at the Bucharest Municipality Museum – the […]

MIRACULOUS HEALINGS: MIȘU POPP (1827 – 1892)

The Bucharest Municipality Museum continues its “Miraculous Healings” series with an exhibition dedicated to painter Mișu Popp. The opening will take place on Thursday, March 3rd, 12:00, at the Suțu Palace. The organizers would like to bring to the public’s attention the restauration process performed by BMM’s specialists on an exceptional painting belongig to this […]

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. […]

THE THIRD EDITION OF THE COMIC STRIP SALON – TALES OF BUCHAREST IN COMIC STRIPS

The third edition of the Comic Strip Salon – Stories of Bucharest in Comic Strips will take place at the Filipescu-Cesianu House (Calea Victoriei No. 151), a museum belonging to the Bucharest Municipality Museum. This year the Bucharest National University of Art will be the Salon’s special guest. During the salon, authors are invited to […]

GODDESSES AND SHAMANS IN ANCIENT BELIEFS ANTHROPO-ZOOMORPHIC REPRESENTATIONS – FROM ART TO IDENTITY

After the restoration of the Filipescu-Cesianu House of Calea Victoriei, one of the main goals of the museum has been to transform most of the building rooms into modern and interesting exhibition spaces for the public. The theme of the exhibition “Goddesses and shamans in ancient beliefs. Anthropo-zoomorphic representations – from art to identity” was […]

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 […]

1989 The Liberation

The exhibition 1989 The Liberation Opening: 22 September 2018 Photo: Zafer Galibov   1989 began without announcing anything special. The routine of a regular day had been the same for decades, and millions of Romanians had abided by it, in a complete quotidian symbiosis. On one hand, there were festive collective marches and spectacles dedicated […]

THE EXHIBITION “THE LOST HOSPITALS OF BUCHAREST” AT FILANTROPIA HOSPITAL

Starting with August 3rd 2016, the exhibition “The lost hospitals of Bucharest” organised by the Physicians’ College Society of Bucharest along with the Bucharest Municipality Museum can be visited in the Filantropia Hospital courtyard, and will remain open for the public until October 30th 2016. The hospital is located at No. 11 Ion Mihalache Boulevard […]

ROMANIA’S INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY SALON – 20th EDITION

The 20th edition of Romania’s International Photography Salon (RIPS) will take place on Tuesday, January 12th 2016, 18:00, at the Bucharest Municipality Museum (2 Ion C. Brătianu Street) as part of the event called “The Day of Romanian Photography”. Considered to be the most important event for Romanian photography, with a history spanning more than […]

“THEODOR AMAN” MUSEUM – THEMATIC EXHIBITION “THE INACCESIBLE WORK – THE WATERCOLORS OF THEODOR AMAN”

“THEODOR AMAN” MUSEUM – EXHIBITION PROJECT THE INACCESIBLE WORK – THE WATERCOLORS OF THEODOR AMAN September 28th 2018 – March 30th 2019 The “Theodor Aman” Museum is pleased to invite you to the thematic exhibition “THE INACCESIBLE WORK – The Watercolors of Theodor Aman”, which will take place at the “Theodor Aman” Museum from September […]

A SHORT HISTORY OF RETALIATION DUEL OR MURDER?

The city has built its own form of retaliation, patiently integrating it within the spirits of its dwellers. It is a history thousands of years old, but has picked up speed in the last two centuries, leading to forms of revenge more and more surprising through their variation as the advance of technology modifies our […]

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 […]

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 […]

ARTISTS AT THE MUSEUM

Notoriety is what generally allows the work of an artist to feature in a museum exhibition. Notoriety mainly generated by recognition, consolidated in time as a result of repeated appreciation from the part of solid critical sources, or – alternatively – a renown obtained as an effect of spontaneous innovation, not rarely associated by the […]

The Portrait as a Biography of Innocence. An Inter-War Photographer: Dumitru Furnică-Minovici (1897-1982)

STARTING NOVEMBER 2019 THEMATIC EXHIBITION AT DR. NICOLAE MINOVICI MUSEUM THE PORTRAIT AS A BIOGRAPHY OF INNOCENCE. AN INTER-WAR PHOTOGRAPHER: DUMITRU FURNICĂ-MINOVICI From November 14th 2019 to February 29th 2020, at Dr. Nicolae Minovici Museum, the Bucharest Municipality Museum will showcase a thematic exhibition featuring photographs taken by engineer Dumitru Furnică-Minovici. Dimitrie Furnică Minovici was […]

MIRACULOUS HEALINGS REVEALING PAINTERS AND THEIR WORK THROUGH THE LENSE OF RESTORATION THEODOR PALLADY

Sixty years after the passing of painter Theodor Pallady, 8 works classed as part of the national heritage, works which have been researched and restored in the Painting Restoration Laboratory and which will become the object of the exhibition “Theodor Pallady”. The exhibition will be inaugurated at Sutu Palace in the month of December 2016. […]

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION: “EX LIBRIS MEIS – FROM MY BOOKS”. BOOKS WITH PAGE MARKINGS FROM THE BUCHAREST MUNICIPALITY MUSEUM LIBRARY

Like people, books have their own destinies. Many of the publications in the Bucharest Municipality Museum Library have travelled a long way from their first day in the print press to their present destination. They were sold, bought or gifted, passed down from one owner to another for many years. Some books were part of […]

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, […]

SIGNS AND SYMBOLS – APOPHENIC VISIONS IN THE FRACTALIC REALM

The Bucharest Municipality Museum invites you to the exhibition titled “Signs and symbols – Apophenic visions in the fractalic realm”, open at the Dr. Nicolae Minovici Museum – The Conference Hall, between November 26th 2016 and May 28th 2017, fromWednesday to Sunday, between 10h00 and 18h00 (ticket office closes at 17h00). The Museum is located […]

Photographic Evidence of the 4th of March 1977 Earthquake

The exhibition Photographic Evidence of the 4th of March 1977 Earthquake can be visited between the March, 4th and April, 30th 2017 at the ground floor of Suțu Palace, in the recently renewed rooms. The exhibition contains images owned by the Bucharest Municipality Museum, showcasing the consequences of the worst quake in the post-war era, […]

Constantin I. Nottara: Theater is my life!

STARTING JULY 2019 THEMATIC EXHIBITION AT SUȚU PALACE „CONSTANTIN I. NOTTARA: THEATER IS MY LIFE!” From July 30th to October 6th 2019, the Suțu Palace will host a temporary exhibition to honor the memory of the great actor C.I. Nottara, an important figure of the Romanian theater art . Together with other remarkable names of […]

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. […]

“1814 THE YEAR OF MIRACLES” 1814 – 2014 BICENTENNARY OF THE NORWEGIAN CONSTITUTION

The Royal Embassy of Romania, the Bucharest Municipality Museum and the Theodor Aman Museum are pleased to invite you at the opening of the posters exhibition “1814 The Year of Miracles” on Saturday, October 18th 2014, 11:00, at the Theodor Aman Museum (8 C.A. Rosetti Street). This event will also celebrate the Norwegian Constitution’s 200 […]

UNIFYING PHYSIOGNOMIES “ALL IN ONE” – THE STORY OF A COUNTRY’S MAKING

STARTING WITH NOVEMBER 2017 UNIFYING PHYSIOGNOMIES “ALL IN ONE” – THE STORY OF A COUNTRY’S MAKING “The future will belong to the mind if we want to survive. We need our minds to be free, critical and independent.” (Călin Georgescu) Great accomplishments are first and foremost spiritual. This is the starting point. When a desire […]

MIRACULOUS HEALINGS – NICOLAE GRIGORESCU (1838-1907)

MIRACULOUS HEALINGS: „NICOLAE GRIGORESCU (1838-1907)” Opened in June at the Suțu Palace, the exhibition “Nicolae Grigorescu (1838-1907)” is part of the “Miraculous Healings” project and aims to introduce the public to nine heritage paintings of the Bucharest Pinacothque, brought back to their original looks after restauration. “That symphony of lines, tones, shadows and light, that […]

BUCHAREST IN THE PROJECTS OF ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS FROM SPIRU HARET UNIVERSITY

The Bucharest Municipality Museum and Spiru Haret University of Architecture cordially invite yout to attend the opening of the exhibition “Bucharest in the Projects of Architecture Students from Spiru Haret University”, taking place on Tuesday, April 19th 2016, 18:00, at the Suțu Palace. The teaching activity at the Architecture Department of Spiru Haret University is […]

CARICATURE AND HUMOR – A SATIRIC “PEN” FROM THE BUCHAREST MUNICIPALITY MUSEUM COLLECTIONS

FROM DECEMBER 2nd 2020 THEMATIC EXHIBITION AT THE SUȚU PALACE CARICATURE AND HUMOR – A SATIRIC “PEN” FROM THE BUCHAREST MUNICIPALITY MUSEUM COLLECTIONS   The exhibition on the theme of caricature and humor will be presented to the general public, between December 2020 and March 2021, at the Suțu Palace, and will highlight cultural objects […]

PHOTO-CABINET EXHIBITION (FEBRUARY-APRIL 2016)

The Bucharest Municipality Museum and Grand Hotel Continental invite you on a journey to discover Bucharest at the end of the 19th century, as seen by the cameras of Franz Duschek and Franz Mandy, two of the city’s first photographers. The Photo-Cabinet exhibition is hosted by the renowned hotel and is part of a larger […]

EXHIBITION “THE SAMARIANS OF MARKOWA” – AT THE SUȚU PALACE

The Polish Institute in Bucharest in partnership with the Bucharest Municipality Museum, cordially invite you to attend the exhibition “The Samarians of Markowa” open between March 22nd and April 17th 2016 at the Suțu Palace. The exhibition opening will take place on Tuesday, March 22nd, 19:00, at the Suțu Palace. The exhibition depicts the tragic […]

AVANTGARDE – REARGUARD. FROM THE PREMISES OF ROMANIAN AVANTGARDE TO THE POWER OF SOCIALIST REALISM

AVANTGARDE ↔ REARGUARD. FROM THE PREMISES OF ROMANIAN AVANTGARDE TO THE POWER OF SOCIALIST REALISM Starting October 2nd 2018 – The Suțu Palace The thematic exhibition “Avant-garde – Rearguard. From the premises of Romanian avant-garde to the power of socialist realism” awaits its visitors at the Suțu Palace (2 I.C. Brătianu Blvd), starting on Tuesday, […]

THE EXHIBITION “ART AND AMBIANCE IN BUCHAREST – FIRST HALF OF THE 20th CENTURY

The Bucharest Municipality Museum cordially invites you to attend the opening of the exhibition “Art and Ambience in Bucharest – First Half of the 20th Century” which will take place at the Suțu Palace on Thursday, July 5th 2018, 6:00 PM. The exhibition will remain open until November 4th 2018. The second half of the […]

MIRACULOUS HEALINGS: “MARIUS BUNESCU” – REVELATIONS ABOUT PAINTERS AND THEIR WORK THROUGH THE PRISM OF RESTORATION

The exhibition “Marius Bunescu”, the fourteenth in the Miraculous Healings series, is open since December 2017 and aims to show the public nine paintings belonging to the Bucharest Municipality Pinacotheque, brought to their initial looks after a process of restauration As the project Miraculous Healings has already accustomed the public, this exhibition is an opportunity […]

LEIPZIG-BUCHAREST-LIPSCANI: A EUROPEAN STORY

This is a 400 years old European story. A story that connected two cities through the tenacity of people who had different life projects. It must be noted that the story of the two cities is very similar in terms of economic details. If the city of Leipzig traces its beginnings down to the association […]