29 March-28 Oct. Rome's municipal gallery of modern art traces the evolution of art in the capital from the time of mayor Ernesto Nathan (1907-1913) up to 1968, a turbulent year of social and political strife in Europe. The exhibition comprises around 150 paintings, sculptures and prints from the city collection, many of which have either never been shown before or have not been seen for many years. The show includes works by artists such as Balla, de Chirico, Guttuso, Mafai and Pirandello.
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Roma città moderna: Da Nathan al Sessantotto
Gallery Of Modern Art, Via Francesco Crispi, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
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