The exhibition Rome silent beauty at the Vittoriano is an unusual journey through the places of the Eternal City, which renews the wonder of rediscovering its truest and most intense beauty.
Through the shots taken by Moreno Maggi in 2020 during the months of the lockdown, the exhibition, with free admission, returns a different city from how we usually travel and experience it. A Rome made extraordinarily beautiful by the silence of those days, in a space normally besieged by traffic and overcrowding, to restore the city's true face, ready to host the major international events of the coming years.
The exhibition, organized by VIVE (Vittoriano and Palazzo Venezia), curated by Roberto Koch and Alessandra Mauro, is a path full of photos, videos and multimedia projections that allows you to rediscover the meaning of a new way of living, making the visitor an emotional and intellectual journey to meditate on the sense of community.
Since recent days, the images have also illuminated Palazzo Venezia, thanks to video mapping, conceived and created by Webuild, with projections that alternate photos and short plays of light and which will be visible every evening from 18.30 to 23.30 until 28 February.
The exhibition is part of a project including the catalog and the volume of the same name Rome Silent Beauty, published by Rizzoli on behalf of Webuild, which aims to promote a debate on issues related to the conception of the livable city, urban planning and mobility, possible future paradigms of urban living, transforming the experience of the pandemic into an opportunity to rethink urban environments and infrastructures, starting from the needs of communities in a new perspective of sustainability.
Photo credits: courtesy of VIVE official site
dal 20 gennaio al 28 febbraio 2023 - prorogata al 31 marzo 2023
da lunedì a domenica
dalle ore 9.30 alle 19.30 (ultimo ingresso alle ore 18.45)
Sala Zanardelli al Vittoriano