Carlo Bilotti Museum, Rome
Located in the Orangery of Villa Borghese, the Carlo Bilotti Museum in Rome hosts the collection donated by Carlo Bilotti, whose name it bears, and who was the friend and companion of the most interesting artist on the modern and contemporary scene.
All in all there are 22 sculptures, drawings and paintings: Giorgio de Chirico’s 18 works, 2 Andy Warhol and Larry Rivers portraits, a Gino Severini painting and a large Giacomo Manzù bronze sculpture.
The halls of the Carlo Bilotti Museum also host exhibitions dedicated to contemporary Italian and international artists.
Museo Carlo Bilotti Aranciera di Villa Borghese
Viale Fiorello La Guardia
00100 Rome - Italy
Tuesday-Sunday 9am - 7pm; 24 and 31 December 9am – 2pm (the ticket office closes half and hour before closing time)
Tel: +39 060608