HERO. Garibaldi pop icon
from July 15 2022 until January 8 2023
140 years after his death, the Museum presents an exhibition dedicated to the narrative and the myth which has grown around Giuseppe Garibaldi. An iconic figure, he was born half way through the 1800s but the long waves he made still flow everywhere. In this exhibition, curated by the Museum director, Ferruccio Martinotti, the 300 objects on display from all over the world (including ceramics smoking equipment, toys, albums of drawings and figurines, cartoons, photo-romances, records, advertising, books and objects from daily life) illustrate Garibaldi’s greatness as an international hero.
Entrance to the exhibition is included in the price of the ‘Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento’ ticket (Free for holders of "Abbonamento Musei Torino Piemonte" and "Torino+Piemonte Card")
The Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.
HERO - Garibaldi pop icon has been created with the patronage of the City of Torino, the Region of Piemonte and the support of Iren
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The National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento, host of the first Italian Parliament, is in Turin, inside Palazzo Carignano, and boasts remarkable and unique collections.
Palazzo Carignano was designed by architect Guarino Guarini and became a symbol for the Risorgimento and a strategic place for the Unification of Italy.
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History is always modern
The people that inspired the Risorgimento’s years can give us, even today, the urge to look forward and deepen the unity of our country.
Everything changes, but the values that made Risorgimento a crucial period are still with us.