The Palazzo Davia Bargellini, one of the most significant examples of Bolognese Baroque architecture, has returned to its splendor thanks to a complete restoration carried out by the ‘Opera Pia Da Via Bargellini’ Foundation, owner of the entire building.
On the occasion of the planning of the recent restorations on the main floor of the building, it emerged that the adaptation of the building for school purposes had involved important modifications to the distribution structure of the rooms. Eliminated numerous superstructures, the living room overlooking Piazza Aldrovandi has returned to light.
As part of Palazzo Davia Bargellini: a rediscovered residence and the restoration of the building and the cycle of paintings of the salon are scheduled free guided tours throughout the year.
The first will be held on Friday 11th January at 5:30 pm, curated by Giacomo Alberto Calogero (Untitled, Aster, Tecnoscienza).
For the occasion, the Davia Bargellini Museum will make an extraordinary opening from 4.30pm to 6.30pm.
The hall on the first floor and the cycle of paintings will be visible to the public every two months on the first non-holiday Friday, from 11 January to 8 November 2019.
11 January, 1 March, 3 May, 5 July, 6 September, 8 November.
at 5.30 pm with meeting at the Davia Bargellini Museum.
The Davia Bargellini Museum is located in Strada Maggiore, 44 – Bologna.