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Events and shows in Rome
Alberto Biasi. Plunge into the rainbow
Until February 20, 2022, Museo dell"Ara Pacis , Lungotevere in Augusta

The exhibition reconstructs the creative path of Biasi, from the beginnings to the most recent experiments. Within the exhibition, the visitor will encounter environments, such as Light Prisms (Dive into the rainbow), Eco and Projection of Lights and Shadows, where Biasi explores the decomposition of form through light and the perceptual illusion that light itself contributes to The exhibition is divided into six sections that correspond to the different types of works of the artist and that tell the path of his conceptual research. The realization of these works begins in the period preceding Group N, determining the expressions of kinetic art or programmed art and based on optical and luminous phenomena.
Hours : From 9:30 to 19:30 (every day)
Prices : 13 € (full) 11 € (reduced)
For residents of Roma Capitale
12 € (full) 10 € (reduced)

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.

From 15 October to 9 January 2022, Scuderie del Quirinale, Via XXIV Maggio, 16

It is the first time that a major art exhibition faces the world of Hell and it will do so by recounting its iconographic fortune from the Middle Ages to the present day. Currently with 180 works from 10 countries. Works that will accompany the creative and visionary power of Dante"s verses.
The 10 rooms of the Stables will illustrate Dante"s journey in the representations that have occurred over the centuries from the horrifying structuring of medieval iconography to the Renaissance, to the Baroque, to the torments of romantic canvases to twentieth-century psychoanalytic visions.
Hours : From 10:00 to 20:00 (every day) last admission at 19:00
Prices :
  • 15 € (full)
  • 13 € (reduced) young people up to 25 years old
  • 2 € (courtesy) children and teenagers from 6 to 17 years

    First, woman. Margaret Bourke-White
    From 21 September to 27 February 2022, Museo di Roma in Trastevere, Piazza di Sant"Egidio, 1

    Over 100 images, coming from the Life archive in New York, trace the thread of Margaret Bourke-White"s existential path and show her visionary and narrative ability, capable of composing dense and dazzling photographic "stories". and image, Margaret Bourke-White explored every aspect of photography: from the first images dedicated to the world of industry and corporate projects, to the great reports for the most important magazines such as Fortune and Life, from the visual chronicles of the Second World War, to the famous portraits of Stalin first and then of Gandhi.
    Hours : From 10:00 to 20:00 (from Tuesday to Sunday)
    for ticket info official site

    The legacy of Caesar and the conquest of timeFrom 8 February to 31 December, Musei Capitolini , Piazza del Campidoglio, 1
    A multimedia exhibition project that recounts in an evocative and engaging way the events and the protagonists of the history of ancient Rome through the Fasti Capitolini.Among the lines carved in marble, the history of Rome is told, which everyone studies in school books and, often, to the hasty visitor the mention of universally known personalities, Romulus, Tarquinio the Superb, Julius Caesar, Augustus, as well as famous battles and important conquests, escapes.
    Hours : From 9:30 to 19:30 (Monday to Friday)
    last admission one hour before
    Prices : 15 € (full) 13 € (reduced)

    Damien HirstUntil 7 November, Galleria Borghese, Piazzale Scipione Borghese, 5
    An impressive group of works from the Hirst Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable series exhibited in all the rooms of the Museum alongside the ancient masterpieces. Colossal or very small sculptures, made of precious materials such as bronze, Carrara marble or splendid malachite, are inserted, together with his Color Space paintings, in the flow of the permanent collection, in a vision that combines the contemporary with the art of the past, urges them to rethink their statutes and that creates new boundaries.
    Hours: Visits are two hours for a maximum of 100 people, at the following times:
  • 09.00-11.00
  • 11.00-13.00
  • 13.00-15.00
  • 15.00-17.00
  • 17.00-19.00
    Prices: 13 € (full) 2 € (reduced 18-25 years)
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    From 1 October to 13 February, 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

    Until April 28, 2026, Musei Capitolini, Piazza del Campidoglio, 1

    On display the hand of the bronze colossus of Constantine recomposed with the fragment of the bronze finger, coinciding with the two upper phalanges of an index, coming from the Louvre Museum. It is of great significance that this extraordinary recomposition of the hand with its fragment, fruit of a fruitful collaboration between Roma Culture, the Capitoline Superintendence for Cultural Heritage and the Louvre Museum, takes place on the occasion of the 550th anniversary of the Sistine donation, a real act of foundation of the Capitoline collections, but also almost 500 years after their separation.
    Hours : From 9:30 to 19:30 (every day)
    9:30 - 14:00 (24 and 31 December)

    DANTE PER EVERYONE and medieval legendsFrom Thursday 4 November, Teatro Flavio, Via Giovanni Mario Crescimbeni, 19
    The review of Dante"s readings that has enchanted the Roman public since 2015 is back.
    Each show includes, in addition to the reading and commentary of a Dante"s Canto, also the exposition of a medieval legend that aligns with the themes addressed in Dante"s verses.
    First appointment Thursday 4th November, at 9.00 pm, with Iil Canto I of Hell which will in fact be introduced by one of the most famous visions of the afterlife of the Middle Ages: the story of the Irish knight Tantalus, originally from the 12th century but read in its fourteenth-century version in the Italian vernacular.
    The following appointments are:
  • Thursday 18 November, 9.00 pm Inferno Canto V: Paolo and Francesca and the legends of the monk tempted by the devil.
  • Thursday 2 December, 9.00 pm Inferno Canto X: Farinata degli Uberti and the legend of Santa Giuliana who chains the devil.
    Admission to the single show is € 10.
    Info and booking on

    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)

    Hello maleFrom May 27th to November 14th, Galleria d"Arte Moderna , Via Francesco Crispi, 24
    The exhibition highlights the changing role of man in contemporary society and the influence this change has had on the arts, particularly from the second half of the 1960s to the present post-ideological period. simplistic and monolithic conception of masculinity, highlighting the problems and internal contrasts of art relating to the male figure.On display over 150 works including paintings, sculptures, graphics, photography, art and experimental films, videos and installations, many of which never exhibited before or not exhibited for a long time.
    Hours : From 10:00 to 18:30 (from Tuesday to Sunday)
    last admission half an hour before closing
    Prices : € 7.50 (full) € 6.50 (reduced)
    € 6.50 (full price) € 5.50 (reduced) For residents of Roma Capitale

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