Finnish culture in Rome

Rome celebrates Finnish culture on the occasion of Finland's annual Kalevala Day on 28 February, with an exhibition of 20 photographic panels depicting the creation of Finland's 19th-century "national...

Manfredi Beninati at Lorcan O'Neill

Lorcan O'Neill gallery in Trastevere presents the work of Sicilian artist Manfredi Beninati in an exhibition titled "Il Sei Novembre del Duemilatrentanove".  Beninati's work has been included...

Art in Giappone 1868-1945

On the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Japanese Cultural Institute in Rome, the Japan Foundation, the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, and the Museum of Modern Art of Kyoto have organi...

Titian at Scuderie del Quirinale

Masterpieces by the great Venetian painter Titian have been loaned by major museums and galleries across the globe. Celebrated works like the Concert and La Bella from Palazzo Pitt...

Virus Vitreum. Works by Giuliano Giuman

In the mid-1970s the Perugia-born Giuman began working in media such as photography, videotape, performance, and installation along with painting, which remains the foundation of his work. He started...

Alberto Sordi e la sua Roma

Ten years after his death, this exhibition pays tribute to the popular Italian actor Alberto Sordi highlighting his extraordinary relationship with Rome. Photographs, films, letters audio and video ma...

Nancy Watkins at Keats-Shelley

The Keats-Shelley House presents an exhibition entitled Visionary Flowers, featuring the original drawings published in Nancy Watkins' most recent book, Il fiore è un'idea, with rhymed leg...

John Chamberlain and Joan Mitchell

An exhibition at Rome's Gagosian Gallery juxtaposes paintings by Joan Mitchell (1925-1992) and sculptures by John Chamberlain (1927-2011), two American artists inspired by Abstract Expressionism. M...

Fifty Kids by Elliott Erwitt

This exhibition, entitled Fifty Kids, gathers together a selection of 50 beautiful photographs of children, taken by Elliott Erwitt in over half a century of history. Kids have always been among Er...

Israel now. Reinventing the Future

This project in conjunction with the Israeli embassy in Italy and the Italy-Israel Foundation for Culture and Arts is a multidisciplinary event that highlights the energy and the vision of 24 Isreali...

Tutti De Sica

Subtitled “the one thousand lives of Vittorio De Sica”, this exhibition celebrates the Italian actor and film director, Vittorio De Sica, considered one of the fathers of neo-realism and o...

Leonard Freed in Rome

The work of noted New York photographer Leonard Freed (1929-2006) is on show at an exhibition titled "Kate – Nudi 2001-2004" at ACTA International on Via Panisperna. The exhibition comprises...

Auguste Rodin

L'Inferno di Dante. A collection of largely unknown graphic works by the sculptor, Auguste Rodin. The drawings inspired by Dante’s “Inferno” were printed in 1897 in a book published...

La Libia di Ali Wakwak

16 Jan-28 Feb. The 40 large-scale sculptures by Libyan artist Ali WakWak were completed since April 2011, two months after the Libyan uprising. WakWak has used helmets, firearms, ammunition, and ot...

Croce di Luce

1 Feb-1 March. 14 Racconti sulla Passione di Cristo. Described as an “emotional experience” this exhibition is composed of 14 elements that narrate the spiritual itinerary of the Way of...

Memoria. Antonio De Pietro

41 paintings, seven installations and 16 drawings by this artist from Calabria centre on the theme of “memory”. De Pietro has conceived the works in relationship to the ancient remains of...

Michele Valori: Abitare le case

18 Jan-17 Feb. This is part two of an exhibition that started off in Venice and moves to Rome with a selection of original drawings, models and a video with contemporary interviews and personal a...

American artists in Rome

17 Jan-8 Feb. The Moto della Mente art gallery near Piazza Navona presents an exhibition of work by American artists who created art in Rome from the end of the 1960s to the 1990s. This fine, priva...

Da Roma nord al Polo Sud: The archive of Erich B. Kusch

14 Jan-16 Feb.  Born in Trieste in 1930, the journalist Erich B. Kusch was a parliamentary correspondent in the press office of Dieter von Konig in Bonn, and later in Rome for a number of Germ...

Disegni di Carlo Levi

Oltre il Buio. A selection of drawings from Carlo Levi’s last years. Over 30 works are accompanied by notes and comments by the artist who was partially blind at the time due to surgery. They...
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