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A performance not to be missed is the dance show staged at the Lido di Ostia Theater, by the cho[...]
The National Galleries of Ancient Art in Palazzo Barberini[...]
Independent and unconventional, with a strong and lively personality, capable of combining different worlds and cultures in her works, Antonietta Raphaël was a leading exponent of the Scuol[...]
The RUFA Academy of Fine Arts celebrates the tenth anniversary of its photography school and the first year of the new audiovisual school with a project created by former graduate[...]
Giorgio Colangeli undertakes a truly amazing and demanding enterprise: that of Dante's Divine Comedy learned by heart.
The exhibition, in Hendrik Christian Andersen's house-atelier, a small museum-jewel[...]
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of Rome as the capital of the kingdom of Italy, the exhibition, curated by the Jewish Community of Rome and the Foundat[...]
The first solo exhibition in Italy of Oscar Murillo, one of the winners of the 2019 Turner Prize, is a consequence of the invitation addressed to the Colombian artist by the Memmo[...]
Musical theater, performances, concerts, world premieres, but also meetings, seminars and workshops: for its 2021 edition, the historic event focusing on today’s music chooses as its title “[...]
On the occasion of the reopening to the public of the Corsini Gallery[...]
"Details are important. Too often, we exclude them, we evade them, accustomed to looking at the total, the whole, the complete, absorbed by our daily lives.
"My works have no reference to reality, as can be deduced from the captions and they are perfectly abstract, just as true contemporary art is abstract”
At the end of October the Flautissimo Festival returns with two days dedicated to chamber music for flute with concerts with some of the most famous international flutists[...]
The exhibition Reflected Alphabets.
Teatro Belli, one of the oldest Roman theaters, has been hosting every autumn for 19 years the only festival in Italy entirely dedicated to contemporary British dramaturgy[...]
From the fragility of the polar bear to the frowning expression of the gorilla, from the elegance of the chameleon to the pangolin wrapped around itself: the 22 sculptures by the[...]
After the forced interruption due to the pandemic, the concerts of Roma Sinfonietta finally return to the Auditorium Ennio Morricone of the Tor Vergata University.[...]
116 black and white photographs, largely unpublished, taken from the early 1950s to the early 1980s by one of the masters of 20th century photographic reportage, not sufficiently k[...]
The exhibition at the House of Goethe traces the life and work of Friedrich Noack (1858-1930), one of[...]
Dora García’s project is the fourth chapter in the three-year “Sensitive Devices” program devised by Angel Moya Garcia for Rome’s Mattatoio, focusing on the convergences of[...]
The exhibition at the Museo di Roma in Trastevere pays tribute, for the first time, to one of the great protagonists of Italian photography during the second half of the 20th century: Calogero Casc[...]
A contemporary work of art that re-elaborates the theme of piety, that moment of maximum thoughtfulness and pain in which humanity has identified itself for centuries.
He is one of the most famous photographers on the international scene and an extraordinary chronicler of our time: after describing different landscapes and peoples, for six years Sebastião Salgado[...]
"Through me the way is to the city dolent;
Through me the way is to eternal dole;
Through me the way among the people lost".
(Inferno, Canto III)
This year the usual appointment with the organ of Sant'Antonio dei Portoghesi returns, with a[...]
Exhibition promoted by the Diputación Provincial de Cádiz with the Academy of Fine Arts of Cadiz and curated by the academician and painter Carmen Bustamante, includes 52 w[...]
That news stories can be told through images more than text is something we are used to. But when and how did this practice begin in Italy?
Set up in the Octagonal Room and the five surrounding rooms, the exhibition Raffaello nella Domus Aurea.
Simultaneously with the opening to the public of the extraordinary Futurist house in which Giacomo Balla lived and worked from 1929 until his death, Gallery 5 of[...]
Calls, exhibitions, talks and much more: organized in collaboration with the Lazio Region, Palazzo Merulana, Coopculture, Istituto Luce - Cinecittà, Stadio di Domiziano, Comitato Mura Latine and Br[...]
A new exhibition in the Renaissance spaces of the Chiostro del Bramante dedicated to the most famous incognito artist in the world: about 250 works from private collections but als[...]
The exhibition displays materials of significant historical value, some of which are unpublished and linked to the events of the Emperor's exile and death in Saint[...]
A fantastic and fascinating visit in augmented and virtual reality of the largest place of entertainment of ancient times and one of the City’s undisputed landmarks: Circo Maximo E[...]
It was among the bronzes donated to the Roman people by Pope Sixtus IV in 1471, forming the first nucleus of the Capitoline Museums collection: the hand – with some missing parts –[...]
Through a wide selection of mosaics made between the Ist century BC and the 4th century AD, the exhibition presents some of the masterpieces of the Capitoline collections[...]
The scientific project for enhancing the collection is entrusted to Salvatore Settis who is curating The Torlonia Marbles-Collecting Masterpieces with Carlo Gasparri, both archaeologists a[...]
I am a documentary photographer with a point of view. I prefer ordinary things—things that are not officially important.
On the Museum’s tenth anniversary – inaugurated on May 30, 2010 – a new large display enhances the Collection’s project, displaying in the gallery dedicated to it a nucleus of work[...]
Già borsista dell’Accademia di Francia a Roma nel 2012-13, Katinka Bock torna ora con un progetto espositivo concepito appositamente per Villa Medici nell’ambito del ciclo d’arte contemporanea[...]
TEATRI IN CAMMINO
Comunità plurali tra centro e periferia
Il 13 novembre i registi partenopei Paolo Sorrentino e Antonio Capuano presentano insieme la proiezione di Polvere di Napoli (1998), film diretto da Capuano e di c[...]
La nuova stagione teatrale per bambini e ragazzi proposta dal Teatro Marconi.
Set Cinematografici Siciliani.
Homo faber, verso l’infinito 2010-2021
Laboratori dimostrativi a cura degli artisti della Stamperia69 specializzati nelle tecniche di incisione e stampa
Tecniche dell'incisione e calligrafia araba
Inspired by the popular Three Tenors concert of L. Pavarotti, P. Domingo e J.
Opera e Lirica presents “La Traviata: the original opera by Giuseppe Verdi with ballet”
Piero Raspi: dalla luce al colore. Dipinti 1955-2005
In questo momento particolarmente delicato, il Teatro Arcobaleno offre ai più piccoli, la possibilità di ritrovare un percorso volto al confronto diretto e alla partecipazione collettiva, un moment[...]
Mostra a cura di Éric de Chassey e in collaborazione con lo Studio Ettore Spalletti, la prima che celebra il grande maestro dell’arte contemporanea a pochi anni dalla sua scomparsa, avvenuta nel 2[...]
Incontri con gli autori e le autrici del nostro tempo
a cura di Francesca De Sanctis
Già sede nell’Autunno del 2019 della mostra “Acqua”, nella quale l’artista si era misurato con l’emergenza ambientale, il Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia torna a farsi scrigno delle creazio[...]
Nuova stagione teatrale 2021-2022.
La Biblioteca di Dante
a cura di Roberto Antonelli, Ebe Antetomaso, Marco Guardo, Lorenzo Mainini
INFANZIE E ADOLESCENZE IN GIOCO 2021
Teatro, musica, danza, circo sociale
77ª Stagione 2021-2022
Con il titolo The Extra Geography il collettivo ed etichetta indipendente Sublime Frequencies presenta un panorama del proprio lavoro dal 2003 fino a oggi.
La mostra, a cura di Pier Paolo Pancotto, intende valorizzare un nucleo di diciotto opere d’arte contemporanea appartenenti alla collezione della Banca d’Italia, ambientandole nello scenario sugges[...]
It was back in 1984 when the two paintings of Saints Peter and Paul – both conceived by Fra Bartolomeo, and the second completed by his friend Raphael – were last exhibited.
Ogni domenica, dalle ore 11.00 alle 15.00, è possibile partecipare all’attività Animali e pregiudizi, speciali incontri ravvicinati, a cura dello staff Bioparco, con pitone reale,[...]
Negli ultimi tre anni, l’Institut français Italia ha fatto dell’ambiente uno dei temi principali del suo programma di dibattiti, con cicli di incontri autunnali di rilievo nazional[...]
Per il 150° anniversario della proclamazione di Roma Capitale la Sovrintendenza Capitolina organizza un ciclo di conferenze online in collaborazione con le Biblioteche di Roma e la Biblioteca di[...]
Lo Spiraglio. Filmfestival della Salute Mentale
Online l'edizione del 2020
Il punto vaccinale della ASL Roma 1, all’interno dell’Auditorium Parco della Musica “Ennio Morricone”, inaugurato il 15 febbraio, ospita la mostra “Con Cura, Con Amore, Con[...]
Please check the updated calendar of the events presided over by the Holy Father here: www.vatican.va/various/prefettura/en/b[...]
The site-specific stencil poster with the exciting title "Rinascita" (Rebirth), created especially for the Gallery, continues to be displayed on the walls of the cloister-garden.