Categorie: Exhibits Archive

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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Music at home – how we banish boredom

Music at home – how we banish boredom In urban history, music at home has a story at the very least secular. It is the tale of desire to master a musical instrument. This fashion explodes after 1830 in the restricted space of urban aristocracy, the preferred instrument being the harpsichord, later on replaced by […]

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Science and Ethnicity II: Biopolitics and Eugenics in Romania, 1920-1944

Starting with March 2019, at the Nicolae Minovici Museum Science and Ethnicity II: Biopolitics and Eugenics in Romania, 1920-1944 This exhibition documents the complex biopolitical and eugenic programmes devised to create a new Romanian family and nation through individual and collective scientific management. Between 1920 and 1944 biopolitics and eugenics received official endorsement in Romania, […]

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