The Vittoriano hosts a retrospective to Mario Sironi, one of Italy's better known modernist artists from the first half of the 20th century.
Sironi embraced numerous art movements throughout his life, including symbolism, futurism and metaphysical art.
He is also associated with Italian fascism which led to his fall from favour in later life. As an artist he was active as a painter, illustrator, graphic designer, architect, sculptor and muralist.
The 90 works on display at the Vittoriano are on loan from prestigious public and private collections in Italy, and help to define his complex career.