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  • MARIE ANTOINETTE. I COSTUMI DI UNA REGINA DA OSCAR
    MARIE ANTOINETTE. THE OSCAR-WINNING COSTUMES OF A QUEEN
    Prato - Great Events, from 11/02/18 to 10/06/18
  • MARIE ANTOINETTE. I COSTUMI DI UNA REGINA DA OSCAR
    MARIE ANTOINETTE. THE OSCAR-WINNING COSTUMES OF A QUEEN
    Prato - Great Events, from 11/02/18 to 10/06/18
  • MARIE ANTOINETTE. I COSTUMI DI UNA REGINA DA OSCAR
    MARIE ANTOINETTE. THE OSCAR-WINNING COSTUMES OF A QUEEN
    Prato - Great Events, from 11/02/18 to 10/06/18

MARIE ANTOINETTE. THE OSCAR-WINNING COSTUMES OF A QUEEN

Prato
Great Events

 

The Museum’s 2018 season opens with a major exhibition dedicated to the costumes from the film Marie Antoinette by Sofia Coppola. Milena Canonero, a world-renowned costume designer, created these extraordinary garments and won an Oscar for this production in 2007.

Critics consider the costumes to be the best cinematographic reinterpretation of eighteenth-century apparel ever created. The exhibition is organised in collaboration with Sartoria The One, the youngest cinematographic and theatrical production workshop in Rome that houses a vast heritage of clothing that illustrate the story of Italian and foreign television shows, theatre performances and films.

Over twenty magnificent men’s and women’s garments worn by the main characters of the film are displayed on a large platform that generates a strong scenographic impact. It is a visual metaphor that follows the life of the Queen whose clothing was her calling card at the European courts, beginning with her arrival at the French court up until her tragic descent.

The itinerary combines with the exhibition in progress in the Historical Textile Room – “Whimsy and Reason. Elegance in Eighteenth-Century Europe,” dedicated to the evolution of style and fashion in the eighteenth century and organised in collaboration with the Uffizi Galleries and the Stibbert Museum in Florence. The concurrent display of original clothing and textiles from the eighteenth century alongside cinematic reinterpretations in the exhibition spaces of the Museum offers visitors a unique itinerary to discover the fashion of an extraordinary century and full of innovations such as Lumi.

The exhibition is supported by ESTRA, a Tuscan holding company which is one of the top ten industrial groups for the supply of energy within Italy.

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Info and booking

GROUPS
info@coopculture.it
+39 0574 1934996

SCHOOLS
+39 0574 611503 
info@museodeltessuto.it 

MARIE ANTOINETTE. THE OSCAR-WINNING COSTUMES OF A QUEEN


Prato

Coopculture

Prices

Admission ticket
  • - Full € 7
Other Reduced
  • € 5.00
    young people up to 26 years old, over 65, groups

    € 4.00 for schools

    Access with PratoMusei Card
     

    Free entrance
    children up to 6 years, disabled visitors and accompanist, accompanist of groups (2 people each 25 visitors), tourist guides, journalists, members of Associazione Amici del Museo del Tessuto, owners of Edumuseicard (teachers), members of ICOM

Groups
  • Guided tour to the 2 current exhibitions: Il Capriccio e la ragione and Marie Antoinette 

    • ordinary tour

    € 100.00 max 28 pax
    reservation required
     

    • exclusive tour

    € 150.00 from 15.00 to 19.00 for the first group (max 28 pax) | € 100.00 from the second group
    € 200.00 from 19.00 to 24.00 for the first group (max 28 pax) | € 100.00 from the second group

     

Reservation Fee
  • Groups € 15.00

    Schools € 10.00

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