Events and shows in Rome
Giudizio Universale. Michelangelo and the secrets of the Sistine Chapel
Until to 31 July, Auditorium delle Conciliazione, Via della Conciliazione, 4

The absolute protagonist of this show is the Sistine Chapel, one of the most incredible places in the history of world art.
A 60-minute show will accompany the audience in the Rome of 1508 through the creation of a masterpiece, the story of the protagonists, the torments of genius, the fresco of Genesis, the secret place of the Pope's election, an immersion in the absolute beauty of immortal work of Michelangelo, the Last Judgment.
The immersion of 270 ° projections takes the viewer to the very center of the event.
60 minutes immersed in Beauty.

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Hiroshige. Visions from Japan
From 1 March to 29 July 2018, Scuderie del Quirinale

A selection of about 230 works from the most important series of Hiroshige such as "One hundred views of the Capital of Edo" and "Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido", but also images of animals, flowers and insects among the most admired, as well as original drawings and still intact print matrices constitute the corpus of the exhibition path proposed for this great monographic survey.
An evocative tale of the nineteenth-century master's Japan.

Entrance: From Sunday to Thursday 10.00 - 19.00, Friday and Saturday from 10.00 ' 21.30
Ticket prices: Full 15,00 €, reduced 13,00 €

Liu Bolin. The invisible man
Until to 1 July 2018, Complesso del Vittoriano, Ala Brasini

The first major exhibition in Italy dedicated to Liu Bolin, the Chinese artist called "the invisible man" for his extraordinary perfomances in the art of camouflage and beloved by the international public.
Through the exhibition of over 70 works, the exhibition path, developed in seven thematic cycles, tells the story of Liu Bolin: from the first performance in Beijing to the most recent shots of 2017 at the Royal Palace of Caserta and the Colosseum, on an ideal journey between China and Italy.

Entrance: Monday - Thursday 9.30am - 7.30pm, Friday and Saturday 9.30am - 10.00pm, Sunday 9.30am - 8.30pm. (the ticket office closes an hour earlier)
Ticket prices: Full price € 12,00, reduced € 10,00

The Gladiator at the Circus Maximus
8 and 9 June, Circus Maximus

A unique event in the world, with the screening of the film Ridley Scott's Gladiator on a 25-meter HD screen while two hundred musicians and singers, directed by Maestro Justin Freer, will perform live the soundtrack composed by Hans Zimmer.
All against the backdrop of the Circus Maximus of Rome.
Special guest is singer Lisa Gerrard, the artist who collaborated with Zimmer on the musical themes of the film.

Entrance: 21.00
Ticket prices: Starting from € 45,00

Klimt Experience Rome
Until to 10 June, Hospital S.Giovanni, piazza di S. Giovanni in Laterano 74

The figures and landscapes of Klimt’s art are the absolute protagonists of this immersive representation dedicated to the founding father of the Vienna Secession.
A vast didactic area introduces the multimedia show, with fixed informative supports and integrated experiences to delve in depth into the artist thanks to interactive multimedia tables. Furthermore, thanks to the Oculus Samsung Gear VR stations, a state of the art technology that creates the realistic sensation of physically entering the works, it will be possible to perceive every figurative and color detail in three dimensions. The result is the experience you are about to live.

Entrance: Every day 10:00-19:00
Ticket prices: Full price 13,00 €, reduced 7,00 €

Welcome To Rome
Until to 31 december 2019, 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.

Entrance: Monday-Thursday 9–19, Friday-Sunday 10–21
Ticket prices: Full price 12,00 €, reduced 9,50 €

Trajan. Building the Empire, creating Europe
Until to 16 September 2018, Mercati di Traiano Museo dei Fori Imperiali

The exhibition is developed through statues, portraits, architectural decorations, casts of the Trajan's Column, gold and silver coins, scale models and three-dimensional reworking, filmed: a challenge to immerse yourself in the great history of the Empire and in the stories of many that made it possible.
The exhibition route winds through 7 sections starting from Trajan's death, which took place in Asia Minor and, the only case in Roman history, celebrated with triumph in the capital along with his deeds.
It continues with the contrast between the bloody campaigns in Dacia (part of the current Romania) and the great works made with peace, from the role of women in the family (true "right arm" of the emperor for social policy) to private spaces , up to the "fortune" of the figure of Trajan after antiquity, due to his reputation as a just man, the most "Christian" among the pagans, decorous and charitable.

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

Magnum Manifesto: Look at the world and tell it in photography
Until to 3rd June, Ara Pacis

From the report on immigrant workers in the USA, made by Eve Arnold in the fifties, to the portraits of "family", tender and intimate, by Elliott Erwitt; from the famous images of the gypsies of Josef Koudelka, to the touching series made in 1968 by Paul Fusco on the "Funeral Train", the train that carried the body of Robert Kennedy on his last journey to the cemetery of Arlington, crossing an America upset and sore.
On display, for the 70 years of Magnum Photos, the famous images and historical reports of the largest photojournalism agency in the world.

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

Until to 3 june, Complesso del Vittoriano

The exhibition presents about sixty works by the father of Impressionism from the Musée Marmottan Monet.
From the first works, the famous caricatures of the end of the 1950's, the portraits of children, the canvases dedicated to the loveliest flowers of his garden to the disturbing modernity of the weeping willows, the roses of the roses or the Japanese jumper, to get to monumental Waterfalls and Glycines.

Entrance: From Sunday to Thursday, from 9.30 to 19.30, friday and saturday 9.30-22.30, sunday 9.30-20.30
Ticket prices: Full 15,00 €, reduced 13,00 €

Gravity. Imagine the universe after Einstein
Until to 29 April, MAXXI Museum, via Guido Reni 4A

Investigating the connections and the profound analogies between art and science, the exhibition tells the developments of the theory of relativity in today's vision of the universe and the fascinating effects it still produces today in the artistic field and, through the involvement of international artists, he pays tribute to the scientist who radically changed our knowledge, perception and the imaginary of the universe.
Immersive artistic and scientific installations, iconic artifacts and experiments simulations to get closer to the essence of the scientific innovations introduced by Einstein and reveal the depths underlying the known Universe.

Entrance: From Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 - 20.00, closed Mondays
Ticket prices: Full 14.00 €

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