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Events and shows in Rome
Jean-Michel Basquiat. New York City From March 24 to July 30, 2017, the Cloister of Bramante
With a big exhibition that includes his most important works, the Cloister of Bramante pays tribute to an iconic figure and controversial of the New York culture of the 80s.
More than 75 works are characterized mostly by large canvases and carried out by young American writers, tell of Jean-Michel Basquiat's relationship with his native New York

Entrance: Every day from 10.00 to 20.00, Saturday and Sunday until 21.00
Ticket: Full 13.00 €, reduced 11.00 €

ArtFutura Rome Until September 10, 2017, Ex Dogana, Rome Ex-Customs Via dello Scalo di San Lorenzo, 10
Artfutura Creature Digitali presents for the first time in Rome a selection of artists working in the border area between art and science.
Kinetic sculptures that create floating holographs, magnetic fields that generate dynamic iron fluids, immersive audiovisual experiences where you can experience unknown virtual projections. These are some of the installations presented in this beautiful exhibition.

Entrance: Every day from 12:00 to 22, Thursday, Friday and Saturday until 01:00. Closed Monday
Ticket: Full price 12,00 € reduced 9,00 €

Ostkreuz. The exhibition of the German photographic agency Until to 17 September 2017, Museo di Roma in Trastevere
The exhibition tells, with over 250 photographs of 22 photographs, from the work immediately following the wall crash to the present day, the story of the OSTKREUZ agency, founded in 1990 by photographers of East Germany and today the most popular photographic collective in Germany.

Entrance: From tuesday to sunday 10.00 - 20.00
Ticket: Full 11 €, reduced 10 €

From Caravaggio to Bernini. 19th century Italian masterpieces in the real collections of Spain Until to 30 July, Scuderie del Quirinale
Through an extraordinary selection of paintings and sculptures, the exhibition reflects the very close political ties and cultural strategies established between the Spanish court and the Italian states during the seventeenth century.
Among the most spectacular paintings on display, Lot and the daughters of Guercino and The conversion of Saulo by Guido Reni , donated to Prince Philip IV by Prince Ludovisi in order to guarantee protection Spanish on the tiny State of Piombino

Entrance: From Sunday to Thursday 10.00 - 20.00, Friday and Saturday 10.00 - 22.30
Ticket: Full price15,50 €, reduced 13,00 €

Spartacus. Slaves and masters in Rome Until September 17, 2017, the Ara Pacis Museum
The exhibition aims to investigate, through 11 sections that gather about 250 archaeological finds, the reality of slavery in everyday life and in the economy of the Roman Empire; since the last great uprising led by the slave and gladiator Spartacus trace between 73 and 71 B.C.

Entrance: 9.30 - 19.30
Ticket: Full price 12,50 € reduced 10,50 €

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