The Colosseum
"As long as the Colosseum, there will Rome when the Colosseum falls, Rome will also fall, but when Rome falls, the world will fall"

Events and shows in Rome
World Press Photo 2022Until 12 June 2022, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Via Nazionale, 194
This year, the 65th edition of the photographic exhibition returns to the Palazzo delle Esposizioni which, since 1955, annually awards the best professional photographers.
Amber Bracken is the winner of this edition with the shot, entitled, Kamloops Residential School which shows a row of clothes hanging from wooden crosses along a road, in memory of the indigenous children who died at Kamloops Indian Residential School, in British Columbia.
The winner of the World Press Photo Story of the Year award was Matthew Abbott with his story about indigenous Australians and their practices to preserve forests.
Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 to 20.00 (Friday and Saturday until 22.30)

Mausoleum of Augustus: Extraordinary opening
The mausoleum of Augustus is the funerary monument located in Piazza Augusto Imperatore, between Via del Corso and the Ara Pacis, in the Campo Marzio district.
After 14 years, it reopened to the public on 1 March 2021 and it is now possible to visit the Mausoleum of Augustus every day from 9.00 to 19.00, with last admission at 17.30), with limited admission every hour.

Cursus Honorum. The government of Rome before Caesar
From 24 March to 2 October, Capitoline Museums, Piazza del Campidoglio, 1

The protagonists of this story are five anonymous characters depicted by as many statues who act as exceptional narrators: four are male figures to which a different voice is added, a female figure, which represents a reality otherwise absent in a society inevitably dominated by men. . . with the help of special guides, the visitor will be reminded of episodes of war and conquests that marked fundamental stages in the history of the expansion of Rome: a striking example is the first naval victory over the Carthaginians in the waters of Milazzo, remembered by La Colonna Rostrata erected in honor of the consul Gaio Duilio. This and other events are narrated by three statues and portraits in travertine from the middle of the 1st century BC, already in Villa Celimontana, who wear the pallium, that is the cloak that was worn on the tunic.
Timetable: From 9:30 to 19:30 (every day)
Prices: 13 € (entirely non-residents) 11 € (reduced non-residents)
12 € (full price for residents) 10 € (reduced price for residents)

From 1 October to 21 August 2022, MAXXI, Via Guido Reni, 4a

For six years Sebastião Salgado traveled in the Brazilian Amazon, photographing the forest, rivers, mountains and the people who live there.The exhibition highlights the fragility of this ecosystem, showing that in the protected areas where Indian communities live, ancestral guardians, the forest has suffered almost no damage and invites us to see, hear and reflect on the ecological situation and the relationship that men have with it today.
Hours : From 11:00 to 19:00 (Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : 12 € (full) 9 € (reduced)
free for children under 14

The Route of the Bees
From February 4th to May 29th, Museo Civico di Zoologia , Via Ulisse Aldrovandi, 18

The exhibition aims to guide the visitor to discover the "way of bees": from the particular life cycle of these insects to the extraordinary social organization and their fundamental role in the pollination of plants. The path continues with the presentation of their main products, the honey, pollen, propolis, and the properties of these substances that are used both in the food, medical and agricultural fields.At the center of the exhibition path, in addition to some supports with thematic insights, also some equipment used in beekeeping. It will also be possible for the visitor to have a sensory experience by simulating a journey inside a beehive.
Hours: from 9:00 to 19:00 (Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices: € 8.50 (full non-residents) 7.00 (reduced non-residents)
€ 7.50 (full price for residents) 6.00 (reduced price for residents)

INTERESTING YEARS. Moments of Italian life 1960 - 1975
From 13 May to 16 October, Museo di Roma in Trastevere , Piazza di Sant'Egidio, 1

It is a journey for the eyes, intense and revealing of a period of national history, from 1960 to 1975, which indelibly marked the face and identity of the country. , as in a social and cultural big bang, it reverberates its effects up to ours, and still makes us call those years, with an excessive and insufficient word, the 'boom' years. 124 images, all in black and white, from the first, the completion of the construction of the Pirelli skyscraper in Milan, to the last that portrays a free Radio born in 1975, in a non-didactic itinerary that favors associations, a sign of the temperatures of a season of antinomies and very lively contradictions.
Hours : From 10:00 to 20:00 (from Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : € 9.50 (full) € 8.50 (reduced)
For residents of Roma Capitale
€ 8.50 (full) € 4.00 (reduced)

Circo Maximo ExperienceFrom 29 April 2021, Circo Massimo
For the first time, the Circus will be open to visitors in all its historical phases thanks to a cutting-edge experience that uses interactive display technologies never before used in an open area of such large dimensions. valley flow before your eyes, you can walk among the Roman shops and watch a chariot race between shouts of incitement and overturning of chariots, in a continuous cross-reference between present and past.
Timetable : From Thursday to Saturday, 17.10 - 20.00 (last admission 18.55)
Prices : 15 € (full) 13 € (reduced)

CRAZY - Madness in contemporary art
From February 19th to January 8th 2023, Chiostro del Bramante, Via della Pace

A great creative and exhibition project with 21 internationally renowned artists and more than 11 unpublished site-specific installations. Madness, like art, rejects established patterns, escapes from any rigid framework, rebels against constraints, so no ordinary path and predictable in favor of a creative explosion capable of expanding, like Ian Davenport's pigment flows on the stairs, and of modifying the spatial perception, like Gianni Colombo's environment. A violent shock wave that invades every accessible room, mixing and guaranteeing strong expressive jumps between the works, from the neon lights of Alfredo Jaar, to the total immersion of Fallen Fruit, David Allen Burns and Austin Young.
Hours : From 10:00 to 20:00 (Monday to Friday)
from 10:00 to 21:00 (Saturday and Sunday)
Prices : 15 € (from Monday to Friday)
€ 18 (Saturday, Sunday and holidays)

Bill Viola. Icons of light
From 5 March to 26 June, Palazzo Bonaparte, Piazza Venezia, 5

The exhibition project, which includes the exhibition of 10 works and represents a moment of reflection on the conceptual hyperbole of the American artist who, for over 40 years, has been creating works that constantly address the life / death dichotomy and are inextricably linked by the contrasts between East and West An exhibition conceived as an emotional journey in which the public will be able to access spaces with a muffled atmosphere that recall places of profound intimacy, almost like shrines of one's own memory, a visionary space of worship where the visitor is invited to establish a deep visual and spiritual connection with the artwork.
Hours : From 9:00 to 19:00 (Monday to Friday)
from 9:00 to 21:00 (Saturday and Sunday)
Prices : € 16 (full) € 6.50 (reduced)

From March 26th to July 3rd, Scuderie del Quirinale , Via XXIV Maggio, 16

The exhibition itinerary traces, through a body of about 120 works, coming from the major Italian and American institutions and from prestigious private collections, this extraordinary period of artistic explosion and economic flourishing of the Superb Genoa and follows its historical and artistic events from the height of its splendor. until its political fortune tarnishes. Thus the exhibition tells us, revealing works, masterpieces and wonders of an entire era, the parable, almost unique in history, of a city that has become the center of the world: Genoa, the Superb.
Hours : From 10:00 to 20:00 (every day)
Prices 15 € (full) 13 € (reduced)

Gianni Berengo Gardin. The eye as a profession
Until September 18th, MAXXI, Via Guido Reni, 4A

Master of black and white, reportage photography and social investigation, in almost seventy years of career Gianni Berengo Gardin has told with his images Italy from the post-war period to today, building a unique visual heritage characterized by a great coherence in the linguistic choices and an "artisanal" approach to photographic practice. It collects over 200 photographs including famous images, others little known or completely unpublished. An extraordinary story dedicated to Italy, an anthology of images by the master that testified to the importance of his gaze, his method and his extraordinary ability to narrate his time.
Hours : From 11:00 to 19:00 (Tuesday to Saturday)
from 10:00 to 20:00 (Saturday and Sunday)
Prices : 7 € (full) 5 € (reduced)

London Calling - From David Hockney to Idris Khan
From March 17th to July 17th, Palazzo Cipolla , Via del corso , 320

For the first time in Italy, a review of contemporary artists of different generations, whose careers were formed and forged in London, and who in turn contributed to placing the city at the forefront of the world of art. Focused on the most recent artistic production, the works have been selected by the artists and represent their current practices that culminate in what is probably the vanguard of global creative achievement.
Hours : From 10:00 to 20:00 (from Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : 6 € (full price)
€ 4 (reduced for young people up to 26 years)
free for children under 6

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