18 Feb-31 March. Part of a cycle of exhibitions in which a work by an Italian artist and one by a German artist are shown side by side. The current show, dedicated to the youngest generations of artists, features a multi-media work entitled Nido by Nico Vascellari and a large drawing by Christian Pilz made up of 18 original papers.
Address Accademia Tedesca a Villa Massimo, Largo di Villa Massimo 1-2, tel. 0644259340. 09.00-13.00. 14.00-17.00. Fri 09.00-13.00. Sat and Sun closed.
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Soltanto un quadro al Massimo: Nico Vascellari e Christian Pilz.
Accademia Tedesca a Villa Massimo, Largo di Villa Massimo 1-2, tel. 0644259340. 09.00-13.00. 14.00-17.00. Fri 09.00-13.00. Sat and Sun closed.
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