Audio guides: Sgarbi desribes his “Secret rooms”

Mostra "Stanze segrete" di Vittorio Sgarbi

Exhibition “Secret rooms” of Vittorio Sgarbi


The large exhibition entitled “From the Renaissance to the Neoclassical. The secret rooms of Vittorio Sgarbi”, curated by Pietro Di Natale, opened to the public on 21 September 2017.

Our audio guides are included in the admission fee and in them the voice of Sgarbi himself describes a selection of works in the collection which includes over 120 masterpieces of Italian art from the 15th to the 19th centuries.

The famous art critic describes with all his original emphasis and passion the works of the private family collection (dedicated to his mother Rina Cavallini) which are on show to the public for the first time in Italy.

The rooms are organised in chronological order (by century) and by theme, and include great artists such as Niccolò dell’Arca, Lorenzo Lotto, Guercino, Guido Cagnacci, Baciccio, Artemisia Gentileschi, Lorenzo Bartolini, Francesco Hayez.

As the curator Pietro di Natale observes, the exhibition is like a pilgrimage around the places of the soul of someone who has for thirty years carried out a continuous, impassioned search in the name of “beauty”.

So with the ticket all visitors receive our audio guides, which are available in Italian and English. The exhibition is open to the public until 14 January 2018. It can be visited from Monday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The cost of the ticket is 10 euros: 7 euros for the over-65s and under-26s, groups of 15 and 25 people, and university students. For schoolchildren, the cost is 5 euros.

What about you? Have you already visited the exhibition? What do you think of it? Well meanwhile, let’s share some of the visitors’ comments with you…..

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