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Rome is back on the exhibition scene

Saturday, 02 October 2021 18:43
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2021 marks the return of art exhibitions to Rome, and Autumn is the ideal season to plan a cultural stay in the capital. What makes it such a good time to visit the Eternal City? Well, temperatures are no longer so hot, and museum-hopping is twice as nice on a rainy day.   


Sebastião Salgado, Amazônia at MAXXI from 1 October to 13 February 2022

This exhibition premiers in Italy and consists of over 200 works that immerse you in the universe of Brazilian Amazonia, combining Salgado's photographs with the sounds of the rainforest. The event highlights the fragility of this ecosystem, bringing us to reflect on the vast area’s ecological reality and the relationship that humans have with it.


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

Margaret Bourke-White is one of the most representative and emblematic figures of photojournalism. In over 100 images this retrospective exhibition documents her nonconformist  vision and life. She was a pioneer and explored every aspect of photography from major reports for prestigious newspapers such as Fortune and Life, to visual chronicles of the Second World War, famous portraits of Stalin and Gandhi, apartheid in South Africa and the racial conflicts in America.   


Klimt at Palazzo Braschi from 26 October 2021

Over 100 works by the great Austrian artist will be on display at the exhibition organized in collaboration with the Belvedere Museum in Vienna, and with the cooperation of the Klimt Foundation. The paintings, drawings, sketches and posters divided into 14 sections honour Klimt, with particular attention to the time he spent in Italy.

 
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Dante's Inferno at the Scuderie del Quirinale to 9 January 2022

An international event that will contribute to the celebrations for the seven hundred years since the death of Dante Alighieri. This is the first exhibition dedicated to the presence in iconography of hell and damnation from the Middle Ages to the present day. 200 works and the words of Dante will bring visitors to the places of Dante’s Hell as represented by artists from all eras.

 

All About Banksy Exhibition 2 at the Chiostro del Bramante until 9 January 2022.

A new exhibition to discover everything you ever wanted to know about the most famous unknown artist in the world through 250 works from private collections. In addition it is an encyclopaedic study of the artist’s work, with an important documentary section consisting of photographs, reports and videos.

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The Torlonia Marbles. Collecting Masterpieces at the 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 have been part of the Torlonia collections since the early 1800s, and are a journey through the history of collecting and the restoration methods of ancient, Greek and Roman marbles.

 

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

An exhibition that pays homage to the great artist Raffaello Sanzio in the year of the celebrations for the 500th anniversary of his death, it also illustrates the history of the rediscovery of the beautiful original frescoes in Nero's residence. A new entrance to the Domus Aurea has been inaugurated for the exhibition with a pedestrian walkway from the Parco del Colle Oppio to the Sala Ottagona.

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