The Cloister

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Cloister of Bramante

The Chiostro del Bramante, one of the high points of Renaissance architecture in Rome, was designed by Donato Bramante (1444-1515), who had arrived in the city after the fall from power of his employer Duke Ludovico Sforza of Milan, to become the leading architect of Pope Julius II and a fierce rival of Michelangelo.

A multifunctional cultural centre and organizer of international exhibitions and cultural events. A new idea of the museum accessible to all.

THE SPACES

In addition to the museum, the spaces of the Chiostro del Bramante offer a series of activities based on exhibitions and the four fundamental and complementary spheres of events, experience, entertainment and education.

THE EXHIBITIONS

Through high-profile exhibitions and scholarly reflection, the DART programme is designed to foster awareness and understanding of the most significant episodes in the history of art, from antiquity through the historical avant-garde movements up to the latest contemporary developments. The DART takes direct charge of the production, organization and creation of the exhibitions held in the Chiostro del Bramante as well as working jointly with public and private agencies and bodies to handle all the associated scholarly, operational, economic, advertising and media-related aspects.

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