Museums, historical palaces and culturally interesting buildings. These places house shows and exhibitions in Rome. The range is really wide and we want to keep you updated on the most awaited and successful exhibitions.
Bansky at Palazzo Cipolla
The most famous street artist in the last ten years arrives in Rome with a no-profit exhibition housed in Palazzo Cipolla: original paintings, prints, sculptures and rare objects, some of which are showed for the first time. The exhibition highlights the thought and the artistic vision of the most followed and shared street artist in the world. Notably, the social and political events are strongly connected to its works. The exhibition, “War, Capitalism & Freedom” is in Rome until 4th September.
Gianni Berengo Gardin at Palazzo delle Esposizioni
Until 28th August the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome houses an important exhibition retracing the long career of the photographer who told about Italy in the last fifty years. Social and political changes, the world of work’s revolution, the condition of the woman: these are some of the topics imprinted on wonderful pictures.
In Acqua: H20 molecole di creatività
In the octagonal room of the Baths of Diocletian an exhibition addressed to the water, the fundamental natural element, source of life and the inspiration behind myths, symbolisms, music, and theatre. 91 creations realized by the greatest stylists in the world: Armani, Valentino, Ferragamo, Ferré and many more. Until 12th June.
Made in Roma
At the Trajan’s Market an exhibition on the world of production and trade in Ancient Rome: brands, logos, labels on products and slaves, as usual in ancient times: precious evidences projecting us in a commercial society quite similar to the current one. The exposition is livened up by multimedia tools and paths for children. Until 20th November.