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Friday, December 4th 2015

Toulouse-Lautrec

Add to Google Calendar A collection of works created by the French artist between 1891 and 1900 on loan from the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest. With around 170 works from the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest , he arrives at the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome a major exhibition of Toulouse-Lautrec , the painter of bohemian Paris of the late nineteenth century, which traces the artist's life from 1891 to 1900 , shortly before his death at only 36 years old. #ToulouseRoma The show is being held at the Museo dell’Ara Pacis, in the nuovo spazio espositivo Ara Pacis. Tickets are €11 for the exhibit alone, or €17 for the exhibit plus entrance to the Spazio espositivo Ara Pacis. Events dates: 04/12/2015 - 08/05/2016
09:30 AM 12/04/2015 - 05:30 PM 05/08/2016

Thursday, March 24th 2016

Roma Anni Trenta. La Galleria d’Arte Moderna e le Quadriennali d’Arte 1931 - 1935 - 1939

Add to Google Calendar The Galleria d’Arte Moderna’s exhibit Roma Anni Trenta displays an eclectic assortment of Italian masterpieces, deftly representing the diverse range of the country’s artists and their various styles and techniques. The exhibition incorporates multiple themes, including The Futurists, Italians in Paris, Tonalism & The Roman School, The Sculptures between Myth and Modernity, Great Maestros & The Young Generations, The Fascist Era with Rome under Mussolini’s Ruling, The Twentieth Century and the Regional Schools, and the Homage to Scipione.
10:00 AM 03/24/2016 - 06:30 PM 10/30/2016

Friday, June 24th 2016

Par Tibi, Roma, Nihil

Add to Google Calendar Contemporary art and archeology return to dialogue in the monumental spaces of the Palatine Hill. From June 24 to September 18, 2016 the exhibition Par tibi, Roma, nihil presents works and performances by 35 artists who accept the comparison with the old. The terrace and Severan arches, the Palatine Stadium and the lower peristyle of the Domus Augustana are the places that with their memories are transformed into a language laboratory for contemporary thought. http://www.coopculture.it/en/events.cfm?id=471
12:00 AM 06/24/2016 - 12:00 AM 09/18/2016

Friday, July 29th 2016

Capolavori Della - Masterpieces of Japanese Buddhist Sculpture

Add to Google Calendar Twenty-summe works (for a total of 35 pieces), ranging from the Asuka period (VII-VIII century) to the Kamakura Period (1185-1333), it will be exhibited for the first time in Italy; traditionally regarded as cult images, many of these works are difficult to transport, and also in Japan, are not easily accessible, because it exposed in the gloom of temples and shrines or protected in the collections of major national museums The wooden sculpture, also thriving in the Western tradition , is supreme technique in Buddhist tradition allowing sculptors expression without a comparison with any other universal art season. http://www.coopculture.it/en/events.cfm?id=509
12:00 PM 07/29/2016 - 08:00 PM 09/04/2016

Thursday, August 11th 2016

A Project For Rome: Triumphs And Laments

Add to Google Calendar Currently on display at the Macro museum on Via Nizza is an exhibition in honor of the South African artist William Kentridge, highlighting his latest work of Triumphs and Laments. “Triumphs and Laments: a project for Rome”, represents the great victories and defeats of the ancient city with a series of images that were erased from the dirt and biological growth on the embankment walls of the Tiber river in Piazza Tevere. On the 21st and 22nd of April the finished products were presented to the public along with a shadow play and two live bands on occasion of Rome’s birthday. Some of his art on display at Macro includes more than 80 of his charcoal sketches he drew for the river walls, the “cut outs” that were carried in the procession during the performance, a series of ink drawings, unpublished pastels, and an installation he specifically designed for Macro in dedication for Pier Paolo Pasolini, one of Kentridge’s favorite poets. Kentridge’s work occupies project rooms number one and two at Macro and both are packed with the talented artist’s masterpieces. If you’ve had the chance to see Kentridge’s “Triumphs and Laments” down by the river and would like to view more of his work, make sure to put this on your list of exhibitions to visit while in the Eternal city. Till October 2nd, 2016 Macro Via Nizza 138 Open: Tuesday – Sunday 10:30am-7:30pm Entry cost: €11
10:30 AM 08/11/2016 - 07:30 PM 10/02/2016