Night of the Museums at the Cotroceni National Museum

Night of the Museums at the Cotroceni National Museum

The Cotroceni National Museum invites the public to participate on Saturday, May 13, 2023, in the 19th edition of the annual cultural event “Night of the Museums”, a successful European program held at the international level.

Starting at 14.00, participants will be able to visit first floor of the Museum,where is it the royal salonsof the Cotroceni Palace: Hall of Honor, German Dining Room, Hunting Room, Flower Room, King Ferdinand Library, Cerchez Roomand Cotroceni Royal Living Room. In the Cerchez Salonit will also be possible to visit the temporary documentary micro-exhibition“Centenary of the Constitution of Greater Romania (1923 – 2023)”which marks the 100th anniversary of the existence of a crucial document for Romania, which represented an expression of the political will of all Romanians, a reforming act that laid the foundations of our country’s democracy, informs a press release of Cotroceni National Museum.

Also during the event Night of Museumsa unique exhibition of drawing and VR holography, made by the artist, will be opened Ioana Pioaru – “The city, a disappearance”whose works will be exhibited on the hall of Cerchez Hall. It is a vision of urban identity, a meditation on the contemporary development of the city of Bucharest, marked by time and the intervention of people.

They will also be open to the public Medieval Spacesof the museum, which host Decorative Arts Salon 2023an annual exhibition organized by the Cotroceni National Museum, curated by Cosmin Năsui and Georgiana Cozmawhich offers in this (21st) edition, in addition to the already established sections, a special exhibition focus –Decorative arts from the Republic of Moldova,made in partnership with the National Art Museum of Moldova in Chisinau and, for the first time, an exhibition capsule Focus National Museum Cotroceniwith works of art that belong to the collections of the Cotroceni National Museum’s heritage, but which the public cannot admire in the permanent exhibition.

Access is free, without prior appointment, between 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. (entry time of the last visitor), only upon presentation of a identity card in original (CI orpassport).

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