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Events and shows in Rome
Pintoricchio painter of the Borgia Until to 1 October, Capitoline Museums
For the first time, the fragments of the woman's face belonging to the pictorial cycle of the Borgia apartments in the Vatican, next to the so-called so-called "Bambino Gesù" of the hands.
A fascinating exhibition that collects beautiful paintings and tells courtesan stories of late fifteenth century Rome. The protagonists are Pope Alexander VI (to the century Rodrigo Borgia, a fine and beautiful lady, Giulia Farnese, adolescent lover and concubine not too hidden from the Pope himself, and one of the most extravagant artists of our Renaissance, Bernardino di Betto, called Pintoricchio.

Entrance: All days from 9:30 to 19:30
Ticket: Full price 15,50 €, reduced 13,00 €



HOKUSAI. In the footsteps of the Master From October 12, 2017 to January 14, 2018, Ara Pacis
Through around 200 works from the Chiba City Museum of Art and major Japanese collections such as the Uragami Mitsuru Collection and Kawasaki Isago no Sato Museum, as well as the Edoardo Chiossone Oriental Art Museum in Genoa, the exhibition tells and compares the production of the Master with That of some of the artists who followed his footsteps, giving rise to new lines, shapes and color balance within the classical strings of the nuke.

Entrance: Every Friday and Saturday from 20.00 to 24.00. Closed on 24, 25 and 31 December
Ticket: Full price 11,00 €, reduced 9,00 €


Picasso. Between Cubism and Neoclassicism: 1915-1925 From September 22 to January 21, 2018, Scuderie del Quirinale
The exhibition brings together hundreds of masterpieces with outstanding museums and collections, from the Musée Picasso and the Paris Pompidou Center to London's Tate, MoMa and the Metropolitan Museum of New York at Berlin's Museum Berggruen, the Fundació Museu Picasso in Barcelona at the Guggenheim of New York.
The exhibition will illustrate the experiments conducted by Picasso with different styles and genres: from the game of decorative surfaces in collages to stylized realism of the "Diaghilev years", from still life to portrait.

Entrance: Every day from 10:00 to 20, Friday and Saturday until 22:30
Ticket: Full 15,00 €, reduced 13,00 €, free for children under 18


MANGASIA: Wonderlands of Asian Comics From October 7, 2017 to January 21, 2018, Palazzo delle Esposizioni
The exhibition, with the largest selection of original Asian cartoons, will explore the entire realm through works from Japan, North Korea, South Korea, India, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore as well as emerging scenes such as Buthan, Cambodia, East Timor, Mongolia and Vietnam.
Thematic routes will compare the variety of folklore, history and experimentation across the region.

Entrance: 10.00-20.00, Friday and Saturday until 22.30, closed Mondays
Ticket: Full price 8,00 €, reduced 6,00 €


Cosmos Discovery From 30 September to 31 January 2018, Guido Reni District
Worldwide exhibition on the aerospace world of humanity in an exhibition area divided into 10 sections in which visitors will be able to admire about 250 original artifacts of US and US space missions, real models of rockets and spaceships, previous models of stations orbital and unique historical records.
In the opening part, the exhibition will offer visitor views to the Russian Sputnik and the Mercury American rocket at 1: 1 scale, in addition to spatial exploration pioneers such as Jurij Gagarin, the first human in the cosmos.

Entrance: From Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 - 20.00, closed Mondays
Ticket: Full 18.00 €, reduced 15.00 €


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