Bilotti Museum in Rome has opened to RomeArtProgram
Carole Robb -RAP Artistic Director- has taken July Program students to the Billotti Museum to make transcriptions.
The Bilotti Museum permanent collection consists of 23 important works by Italy’s and international premier artist of the 20th century gifted by Carlo Bilotti to Rome; there are 18 works by Giorgio de Chirico (sculpture of Hector and Andromache is installed outside) as well as works by Andy Warhol, Larry Rivers, Gino Severini, and Giacomo Manzù.
On its ground floor, the museum hosts excellent temporary exhibits, often of very large pieces of internationally known contemporary artists (such as Damien Hirst and Jenny Saville, Yves Klein).
RAP students students have had the opportunity to study and make transcriptions just few meters in front of those precious paintings, drawings and sculptures.
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