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Events and shows in Rome
Alberto Sordi: the 1920/2020 centenaryFrom 16 September to 31 January 2021, Villa Sordi, Piazzale Numa Pompilio (Caracalla's thermal baths
The exhibition project represents an immersive and all-encompassing experience, a journey to discover the artist and man, a complete portrait that brings out the unique and irreplaceable contribution that Sordi has left us as a legacy. The project consists of two stories that they develop in parallel: the public Deaf and the private Deaf. Along the way, the actor"s public and private life intertwine, generating many surprises, giving life to a lively and compelling narrative, leading the visitor to discover some unusual and little-known traits of the artist"s personality.
Hours : 10:00-20:00 (from Monday to Thursday and Sunday)
10:00-22:00 (Friday and Saturday)
Prices : 12 € (full) 8 € (over 65 and under 26)

Welcome To RomeUntil to 31 december 2020, ex Cinema Augustus, in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 203
A new multimedia space created by Paco Lanciano where you can live a unique experience: to immerse yourself in the 2700-year history of the eternal city.
Spectacular video projections on the walls, on the ceiling and on the floor accompanied by a narrating voice. A large model that comes to life showing the evolution of the city over time.
Holograms, projections and interactive exhibits that tell the story of important monuments.
The projection and the interactive exhibits are also accessible to the disabled; guests will be accompanied by an audio guide available in 8 different languages: Italian, English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.
Monday-Thursday 9–19, Friday-Sunday 10–21

RUGBY - THE ORIGINSFrom September 15th to October 24th, Museo della Civilta, Piazza Guglielmo Marconi, 14
The Museum dedicates to the study and historical and anthropological study of sporting practices, concerns the origins and spread of rugby in Italy. donated to the Museum of Civilizations by the family of the collector and scholar of rugby history who died prematurely in 2019.
Timetable : 17:00
Prices : 5 €

LOCKDOWN ITALIA seen by the Foreign PressFrom 8 October to 1 November, Musei Capitolini, Piazza del Campidoglio, 1
A journey through images that captures not only the dramatic situation in hospitals and red areas, but also its resilience, deserted cities, solidarity, life on the balconies and the slow recovery towards what has become the new normal. shots of the 30 photographers on display, from ten different countries, the visitor can return to the period between March and June to relive the fundamental moments that accompanied the lockdown.
Hours : From 9:30 to 19:30 (every day, last admission one hour before closing)
Prices : 18 € (full) 16 € (reduced)
For citizens residing in the territory of Roma Capitale
€ 17 (full) € 15 (reduced)

ON THE TRACKS OF CRIMEfrom 7 October to 6 January, Museo di Roma in Trastevere , Piazza di S. Egidio, 1b
A great exhibition on the protagonists of Italian fiction from the 50s of the last century to today. Through the RAI archives the story of a genre, the investigative thriller, in continuous evolution and which speaks to all generations. It starts with the great dramas and arrives with the video streaming of the great crime series through the iconic characters. Over seven decades, the public has become passionate about the enigmas that were gradually solved by the investigators of the dramas and RAI series.
Hours : from 10:00 to 20:00 (Tuesday to Sunday)
Prices : € 12.50 (full non-resident)
€ 11.50 (reduced non-residents)
€ 11.50 (full residents)
€ 10.50 (reduced for residents)

Circus Maximo ExperienceUntil to 24th October, Circo Massimo
Extraordinary evening opening before the start of the Opera shows at the Circus Maximus
In a continuous cross-reference between present and past, thanks to augmented and virtual reality reconstructions, you will see the life of the ancient valley flowing before your eyes, you will be able to walk among the Roman shops and watch a race of quadrigae between screams of incitement and overturning of wagons.
Schedules :
Tuesday to Saturday, 17.00 - 20.00 (1-12 September), 16.00 - 19.00 (15-30 September)
Prices : € 12 (full price) € 10 (reduced rate)

The Triumph of GalateaUntil January 6th, Villa Farnesina, Via della Lungara, 230
On this occasion, the surprising results of the investigations on the materials of Raphael"s fresco will be presented, a pigment known as Egyptian blue, the first artificial blue in history, has been identified throughout the sky, the sea and even in the eyes of Galatea. of art and one of the first pigments ever of non-natural origin.The wide use made by Raphael excludes the use of archaeological material found occasionally and rather indicates the precise will of the artist to resort to the pictorial materials of antiquity, to portray a mythological subject.
Hours : From 9:00 am to 2:00 pm (Monday to Saturday)
From 9:00 to 17:00 (every second Sunday of the month)
Prices : 10 € (full price)
€ 9 (reduced)
€ 7 (reduced students)
5 € (reduced school groups)

Vittorio Storaro. Writing with the LightFrom 18 September to 1 November, Palazzo Merulana, Via Merulana, 121
On display 70 works, some in dialogue with the works of the Cerasi Collection: 70 "light easels", including 50 original cine-photographs and 20 canvas copies of the paintings that inspired the artist"s figurative-cinematographic research. the exhibition has a double interest, technical and narrative, thanks to the passage from the moving image, which characterizes cinematography, to the still image, typical of photography.
Hours : From 11:00 to 20:00 (Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday)
from 11:00 to 22:00 (Friday and Saturday) Monday and Tuesday closed
Prices : 10 € (full) 8 € (reduced)

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