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A continuous search for beauty and innovative solutions was the guiding thread of the work of Guido Vanzetti, a great photographer who, over forty[...]
Rome commemorates the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz death camp, on 27 January 1945, with the Memoria genera Futuro project.
The Japanese Cultural Institute offers a thrilling journey into the world of anime of the 2000s, with ten films in original language subtitled in Italian and English, whic[...]
The Civis, civitas, civilitatis exhibition, dedicated to the relationship between citizens, citizenship and civilization in the Latin world, opens at the Trajan’s[...]
The “second city of the Empire”, in the early nineteenth century Rome tries to change its face, without giving up its millennial past: we are amidst a season of great creative effervescence and the[...]
«I finally realise that the architecture of Italy will remain as the inspirational source of the works of the future[...]
Twelve black and white photographs, all taken over the past year in Tunisia, observe with contemporary eyes what remains of the great and fascinating ancient metropolis that was Ro[...]
Old-fashioned, dusty and erudite, in short boring. But is it so?
The thirty shots on display at the Museo Civico di Zoologia depict the sky above Rome.
“Love architecture for all the fantastic, solemn and adventurous things that it has created […] love it for the illusions of grace, of lightness, of strength, of serenity, of movement […] love it f[...]
La mostra è dedicata all'arte e alla memoria di László Moholy-Nagy, artista d'origine ungherese e figura chiave del movimento Bauhaus nel mondo, in occasione delle celebrazioni per i 125 anni dalla[...]
Trade, culture and pilgrimage roads: the fascinating history of the Arabian Peninsula told through precious archaeological finds, art masterpieces and ancient documents.
Retrospettiva dedicata a Giancarlo Sciannella, scultore in terracotta e fra le massime espressioni della scultura contemporanea italiana, in particolare legata alla materia di terr[...]
A journey through the centuries and across the Old and New World, from the pharaohs’ dynasties up until our days: at the Auditorium Parco della Musica it’s again time for history,[...]
When we speak of harmony and beauty, our thoughts inevitably run to the perfection of the ancient sculptures that were always admired, studied, reproduced, and sometimes adapted to[...]
Vivid impressions painted with oil colors or captured by snapping unrepeatable and unique pictures on a Polaroid instant camera.
A great exhibition dedicated to Luigi Valadier, one of the artists who contributed to change the artistic taste in the second half of the 18th century Rome, opens to the public in[...]
Un’antologica dell’artista Maria Paola Ranfi orafa e scultrice, una selezione di oltre 60 esemplari tra gioielli e sculture realizzati a cera persa in oro, bronzo, argento e con pietre preziose dai[...]
Il Maxxi ospita un’esposizione dedicata al versatile e poliedrico fumettista Francesco Tullio-Altan, protagonista di un percorso articolato che ne racconta il mond[...]
Known for his controversial and visionary works, during his long and prolific career Robert Morris has produced sculptures that startle, question,[...]
The brush smoothly slides over the canvas, the touches are fast, the colour is vivid and full-bodied. White, red, blue, gold and silver. And a lot of heart.
The Chiostro del Bramante hosts the exhibition Bacon, Freud, La Scuola di Londra (Bacon Freud, The School of London), one of the most fascinating chapters of contemporary[...]
Parco archeologico del Colosseo presents an extraordinary exhibition dedicated to one of the main Mediterranean powers of the ancient world with “Carthago.[...]
Centrale Montemartini hosts Colori degli Etruschi.
The Leonardo da Vinci Machines Exhibition in Rome – The genius and his inventions – celebrates the universal genius of Leonardo da Vinci by presenting about fifty full scale machines: flying machin[...]
The exhibition "Art Spaces in Rome.