Dynamic street artist and illustrator Alice Pasquini decorates a "prehistoric cave in the third millennium" at Rome's Casa dell'Architettura. Inspired by a "city submerged in sleep", the artist submerges the visitor into a nocturnal underground world whose ceiling is pierced by tiny swirling stars. As a street artist, Pasquini has made more than 1,000 public works since 2000 in countries including Morocco, Australia, Britain, France, Netherlands, Norway, Russia as well as her native Italy. The -1 Gallery, a former Roman aquarium, is celebrating its first anniversary as a gallery. Casa dell'Architettura, Piazza Manfredo Fanti 47, www.casadellarchitettura.it.
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