Rome continuously houses many exhibitions with artists and works from all over the world. The Italian cultural Capital offers many museums all over the city in order to meet the needs of the Roman citizens and tourists who visit the Eternal city every year to enjoy its culture and knowledge.
In May there will be many news. Let’s find out together the most awaited exhibitions in Rome.
ALPHONSE MUCHA AT VITTORIANO
Awaited retrospective by the famous representative of the Art Nouveau. Mucha combined images representing seductive women together with innovative compositions and typographic layouts, creating original manifests that completely changed the artistic perception. Thanks to more than 200 works, among which manifests, paintings, decorative works, furniture, and jewelry, it will be possible to live again the mood and the cultural humus of the Paris during the Belle Époque. Until the 11th September at Complesso del Vittoriano.
HUGO PRATT. MEETINGS AND LANDSCAPES
The pioneer of the “drawn literature” arrives in Rome where an involving “journey” has been set in order to discover the plots of real and fictional meetings that characterized the work of one of the greatest cartoonists ever. Until the 24th May at La Pelanda all’ex Mattatoio di Testaccio.
BARBIE THE ICON
An exhibition dedicated to the most famous doll in the world that marked the childhood of many girls worldwide. Awaited by the kids, but really appreciated also by the adults. Indeed, the exhibition is a time travel. Throughout the transformations of the doll it is possible to perceive the changes in the customs and traditions from the 50s up to now. More than 380 Barbie and interactive spots. Until the 30th October at Complesso del Vittoriano.
DEEP COLOURS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN: THE EXHIBITION AT THE MUSEO CIVICO DI ZOOLOGIA
This photography exhibition will bring you in the Mediterranean for a travel inside the life of the abyss in the Mare Nostrum: 35 pictures that make the exhibition a real valuable scientific heritage. Until the 19th June at the Sala della Balena of the Museo Civico di zoologia.
THE ROMAN PEOPLE BY ANTOINE JEAN-BAPTISTE THOMAS
An exhibition with drawings and lithographs that bring you back to Rome at the time during the end of the 19th century: a noisy and chaotic city dwelled by many anonymous but unique characters. A kaleidoscope with moments from the daily routine that were registered on the paper by Antoine Jean-Baptiste Thomas during his Roman stay at the beginning of the 19th century. Until the 11th September at Palazzo Braschi.
THE MACCHIAIOLI AT CHIOSTRO DEL BRAMANTE
An exhibition with more than 110 works belonging to the Macchiaioli, the Italian figurative movement at the end of the 19th century. A path divided in 9 parts in which it is possible to get known with the historical moment that characterized such a movement. Until the 4th September at Chiostro del Bramante.