Casa Roberto Marinho

A casa onde morou por 60 anos Roberto Marinho (1904-2003), abriu as portas ao público em abril de 2018 e já chegou chegando na cena cultural carioca.

Encravado na Floresta da Tijuca e aos pés do Cristo Redentor, o Instituto tem 10.000 m² e um casarão neocolonial de 1939 como sede. O jardim foi projetado por Burle Marx. E o instituto foi inaugurado com duas exposições: “Modernos 10”, com 124 obras de 10 expoentes do modernismo da coleção particular de Marinho; e “10 contemporâneos”, com pinturas, fotos e serigrafias de artistas da nossa época com os temas ‘casa’ e ‘arquitetura’. Parte do acervo de 1.473 itens já adornava as paredes quando os moradores estavam lá; outra estava na reserva técnica.

The house where he lived for 60 years Roberto Marinho (1904-2003), opened its doors to the public in April 2018 and has already arrived on the cultural scene in Rio.

Nestled in the Tijuca Forest and at the feet of Christ the Redeemer, the Institute has 10,000 m² and a 1939 neocolonial mansion as its headquarters. The garden was designed by Burle Marx. And the institute was opened with two exhibitions: “Modernos 10”, with 124 works by 10 exponents of modernism from Marinho’s private collection; and “10 contemporaries”, with paintings, photos and serigraphs by artists of our time with the themes ‘house’ and ‘architecture’. Part of the collection of 1,473 items already adorned the walls when the residents were there; another was in the technical reserve.

Endereço: Rua Cosme Velho, 1105 
Visitação: Terça a domingo das 12h às 18h (inclusive feriados)

Address: Cosme Velho St, 1105 
Hours:
Tuesday to Sunday from 12pm to 6pm (including holidays)

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