7 Feb-6 May. The Palazzo delle Esposizioni holds a retrospective dedicated to the work of the important Roman artist Cesare Tacchi (1940-2014), a little over three years after his death.
Described in 1959 as "a solitary, silent and disciplined young man", Tacchi was aligned with an art movement known as the Scuola di Piazza del Popolo whose members met at the Caffè Rosati in Piazza del Popolo or at La Tartaruga Gallery on nearby Via del Babuino.
Tacchi's distinctive works incorporated elements of fabric and upholstery alongside silouhettes of friends or famous actors.
This exhibition charts the evolution of his artistic career through more than 100 works.