Gustav Klimt returns to Italy with two major exhibitions that tell one of the most exciting chapters in the history of the art of the 20th century, 110 years after his participation in the International Art Exhibition of 1911.
The two large exhibitions celebrate the artistic path of a great genius and individually investigate his public and private dimensions by balancing and complementing each other.
The Borghese Gallery increases by 20% the number of tickets available and inaugurates a new entry method after a period of studies, surveys, and experimentation on crowds' behaviour.
The new study brings several advantages such as lines reduction at the ticket office and the museum entrance and all related services - bookshop and wardrobe - and allows to improve the level of conservation of the works.
Scents and colors with a gorgeous witchy autumn light. From 10 to 24 October, the Roseto di Roma Capitale opens its gates to the public: for two weeks, every day, including holidays, from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm, it will be possible to admire one of the most extraordinary botanical collections with ancient and modern varieties of autumn flowering roses.
A lavish and vast pleasure garden, which soon became imperial property and the favorite hideaway of Caligula, Claudius, Severus Alexander... Full with history and charm, ancient Rome’s Horti Lamiani relive today in the Museo Ninfeo, open to the public with free entry on 30 and 31 October and then from 6 November, every Saturday and Sunday, with reservations required.