JCU 1920x116
JCU 1920x116
JCU 1920x116
RIS H1 700x180
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Until 29 March. Six large oil paintings. 16.00-20.00. Sat and Sun 12.00-21.00.
Until 30 March. Photographs by the Oscar-winning film director Tornatore document a journey to Novij Urengol, the Siberian city built on the world’s most important source of natural methane gas. 10.00-19.00.
Chase 724 x 450
Until 30 March. Paintings, sculptures and drawings illustrate the relationship between Van Gogh and the impressionists.
Until 30 March. Objects, prints and paintings from Pakistan, China, Japan and other countries illustrate the concept of sport from the second century BC. 8.30-14.00. Tues, Thurs, Sun and holidays 08.30-19.30. 1st and 3rd...
8 March-5 April. Conducted by Corrado Rovaris, directed by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, with Michele Pertusi, Juan Diego Florez, Vesselina Kasarova, Alfonso Antioniuzzi. This comic opera in two acts was first performed in Venic...
Until 16 April. This exhibition traces the development of engraving techniques from the 1400s to the present day through 150 works from the collection of the Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica. 10.00-19.00. The Calcograf...
Until 20 April 2003. Fioroni was one of the protagonists of Roman pop art during the 1960s. Recently she has dedicated her time to ceramics. The 220 pieces on show represent the shapes and forms of a real house belonging...
Until 27 April 2003. Benvenuto is a young Milanese artist who sculpts and paints familiar objects and then photographs his work. Born in Germany in 1968, Jankowski presents his multimedia installation I Played This Tomor...
Until 27 April 2003. A large site-specific wall drawing and recent gouaches. The American conceptualist has done it again: the walls of the gallery are covered in big, bold trompe d’oeil – black, greys and...
Until 26 April 2003. tzi, the mummified body of a Copper Age hunter, was found in 1991 in the Alps. With the aid of videos, photos and reconstructions, this display tells of life 5,300 years ago when tzi lived as a triba...
Acorn P H3 - 1920 x 190
Acorn P H3 - 1920 x 190
Acorn P H3 - 1920 x 190
Smiling H3 - 320x480
Until 4 May 2003. The first exhibition in Italy of the work of the Oldenburg court painter who died in 1863. Willer lived in Rome from 1835 to 1863 and dedicated himself to painting the landscapes of Lazio. 10.00-18.00....
Until 11 May 2003. International artists and top names in contemporary Italian dance are at Teatro Verdi and the abbey of S. Zeno in Pisa for the city’s first dance festival. Future highlights include the State Bal...
8 Feb-15 May 2003. Over 30 masterpieces and 70 drawings by the 16th-century artist from museums, galleries and private collections worldwide.
Until 25 May 2003. Mummies, statues, objets dart and other precious remains illustrate the grandiose culture of the Egyptian pharaohs.
28 Nov 2002 - 26 May 2003. Magic and religious objects and documents from the Russian Museum of Ethnography of St Petersburg. 09.00-18.00. Sat-Sun 09.00-20.00. Mon closed.
Until 2 June 2003. Over 600 photos of people, monuments and landscapes by the famous Florentine studio.
Ferrara Until 15 June 2003. Paintings by 18th- and 19th-century masters inspired by Shakespeare.
7 March-6 July 2003. 70 paintings by impressionist masters including Monet, Degas and Czanne. Mon-Thurs 09.30-19.30. Fri-Sat 09.30-23.30. Sun 09.30-20.30.
Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia. Until 26 March. This is a rare opportunity to hear Maurizio Pollini, one of the greatest pianists in the world. He not only plays in all the concerts but has thought up the exciting pro...
Until 29 March. Conducted by Bruno Bartoletti, directed by Liliana Cavani, with Patricia Racette, Peter Straka, Kathryn Harries, Torsten Kert. Jenufa tells the story of the young Jenufa, the object of desire of half-br...
Castelli H5 - 1400 x 360