A new section of the Roman Age and at the same time the opening of the UNESCO Corridor; a completely renovated museum, dedicated to the Risorgimento, which reopens after almost 10 years and, together, a program of exhibitions and new publishing projects and educational systems.
Between winter, spring, summer and autumn, an extraordinary calendar that develops in the year in which Brescia will be, with Bergamo, the Capital of Italian Culture and within the various realities that make up the Brescia Museums Foundation.
From ancient art to modern art to contemporary art, from painting, sculpture, architecture to photography, from illustration to installation and digital art to dance, music, theater and cinema.
A continuous commitment, dedicated to the public, to the conservation and enhancement of heritage, to study, research, to the proposal of always contemporary languages to approach, excite, tell, intrigue, teach, spread culture and wonder.
Fondazione Brescia Musei, in the last two years, has in fact been the promoter of significant restorations, acquisitions, donations, rearrangements which have on the one hand prepared the museum heritage in the best possible way and, on the other, renewed the Brescian exhibition system thanks to a strategy of enhancement multi-year with exhibitions and editorial and educational projects.
Today it presents itself with an extraordinary richness and vivacity within the many parts that compose it and towards the many public with Brixia. Archaeological Park of Roman Brescia, Santa Giulia Museum, Tosio Martinengo Art Gallery, Luigi Marzoli Weapons Museum, Lioness of Italy Museum of the Risorgimento.
The Brescia Musei Foundation's 2023 Exhibitions and Museums schedule thus raises the curtain on a culturally vital city which, from 21 January, will celebrate the Capital of Culture. Proposals of national and international importance supported by the scientific committee of the Brescia Musei Foundation made up of Gabriella Belli, Guido Beltramini, Nicola Berlucchi, Emanuela Daffra, Alberto Garlandini, Paola Marini, Claudio Salsi and Valerio Terraroli. Exclusively unpublished and original projects, partly in collaboration with Skira, publishing partner of Brescia Musei.
Pubblicato il January 18, 2023