Rome. Great art exhibitions are back on the bill in the capital

Friday, 15 October 2021 15:17

After a long period of abstinence, great art exhibitions are back on the bill again in Rome. Autumn in particular is the ideal season to plan cultural visits and stays in the capital. The weather is no longer to hot, and museums are a wonderful alternative to outdoor activities on rainy days.


Sebastião Salgado, Amazônia   MAXXI 1 October-13 February 2022

This exhibition premiered in Italy and the more than 200 works bring you into Brazilian Amazonia, combining Salgado's photographs with the sounds of the forest. The works highlight the fragility of this ecosystem and the relationship humans have with i


First, woman. Margaret Bourke-White   Museo di Roma in Trastevere until 27 February 2022

Margaret Bourke-White is one of the most representative and emblematic figures of photojournalism. This retrospective documents her vision and her life in over 100 images. She was a pioneer and explored every aspect of photography, from collaborating with Fortune and Life to visual chronicles of the Second World War, and from famous portraits like those of Stalin and Gandhi to the South Africa of apartheid and the America of racial conflicts.


Klimt  Palazzo Braschi from 26 October 2021

Over 100 works are on display thanks to the collaboration with the Belvedere Museum in Vienna and in cooperation with the Klimt Foundation. Through paintings, drawings, sketches and posters divided into 14 sections, this is an homage to Klimt's life, with particular attention to his time in Italy.


Dante's Inferno   Quirinale Stables 15 October 2021-9 January 2022

An international event to mark the celebrations of the seven hundred years since the death of Dante Alighieri. This is the first exhibition dedicated to the Inferno. The 200 works tell the presence in iconography and thought, of the concept of hell and damnation from the Middle Ages to the present day through the words of Dante and as represented by artists from all eras.


All about Banksy Exhibition 2   Chiostro del Bramante until 9 January 2022

A new exhibition that tells you everything you want to know about the most famous unknown artist in the world through 250 works from private collections. There is also an important documentary section consisting of photographs, reports and videos.


I Marmi Torlonia. Collecting Masterpieces   Capitoline Museums until 9 January  2022
On display are 92 Greco-Roman works selected from the marbles of the most prestigious private collection of Greco-Roman art in the world. The works on display belong to the various collection groups that have been part of the Torlonia family since the early
1800s, and are a journey through the history of collecting and the restoration practices of ancient, Greek and Roman marbles.


Raphael and the Domus Aurea. The invention of grotesques.  Domus Aurea until 7 January 2022.

An exhibition that pays homage to the great artist Raffaello Sanzio in the year that marks 500th anniversary of his death, and illustrates the history of the rediscovery of the beautiful original frescoes in Nero's residence. For this event a new entrance to the Domus Aurea was inaugurated and a pedestrian access walkway leads from the Parco del Colle Oppio to the Sala Ottagona.

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