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We are based in the heart of Rome in close proximity to some of Rome's finest points of interest. While staying with us visitors can enjoy ease of access to the many events and activities. Below is a taster of what is currently in our beautiful city. Please explore and enjoy.
JOSH SMITH
JOSH SMITH

Piazza Orazio Giustiniani, 4, 00153 Roma, Italia

JOSH SMITH

Il lavoro di Josh Smith ha riscosso molta attenzione a livello internazionale negli ultimi anni. Ciascuna delle sue mostre, alcune realizzate in spazi prestigiosi come la Saatchi Gallery di Londra o il De Hallen in Olanda, si trasformano in un’occasi...
JOSH SMITH
Il lavoro di Josh Smith ha riscosso molta attenzione a livello internazionale negli ultimi anni. Ciascuna delle sue mostre, alcune realizzate in spazi prestigiosi come la Saatchi Gallery di Londra o il De Hallen in Olanda, si trasformano in un’occasione per riflettere sullo statuto dell’autore, sul gusto nella storia dell’arte e sul valore della tradizione, grazie alle sue opere estremamente ironiche e acute. Attraverso l’uso delle lettere che compongono il suo nome Smith realizza dipinti astratti sempre sorprendenti, con il collage rilegge lo sguardo di Warhol attraversato dal linguaggio di Picasso.
Buono da guardare: cibo, arte e ritualità nelle fotografie di Mario Carbone
Buono da guardare: cibo, arte e ritualità nelle fotografie di Mario Carbone

Via Luciano Manara, 24, 00153 Roma

Buono da guardare: cibo, arte e ritualità nelle fotografie di Mario Carbone

La mostra presenta un percorso espositivo comprendente oltre mezzo secolo (1950-2001 circa) di reportage fotografico, attraverso 71 immagini b/n e color, provenienti dall’Archivio Mario Carbone. Il cibo è il filo conduttore che lega le immagini sel...
Buono da guardare: cibo, arte e ritualità nelle fotografie di Mario Carbone
La mostra presenta un percorso espositivo comprendente oltre mezzo secolo (1950-2001 circa) di reportage fotografico, attraverso 71 immagini b/n e color, provenienti dall’Archivio Mario Carbone. Il cibo è il filo conduttore che lega le immagini selezionate. Lo sguardo di Mario Carbone, come sempre attento, curioso e rivelatore si sofferma in questo caso sulle tematiche del cibo e dell’alimentazione, cogliendo in particolare il senso profondo della ritualità e religiosità che questi aspetti sovente includono.
Florence Henry
Florence Henry

Viale Enrico de Nicola, 79, 00185 Roma

Florence Henry

An exhibition of 140 images at the Baths of Diocletian (Terme di Diocleziano), dedicated to the photographer and artist, Florence Henri. The exhibition has been curated by Giovanni Battista Martini, to whom − alongside Alberto Ronchetti − we owe o...
Florence Henry
An exhibition of 140 images at the Baths of Diocletian (Terme di Diocleziano), dedicated to the photographer and artist, Florence Henri. The exhibition has been curated by Giovanni Battista Martini, to whom − alongside Alberto Ronchetti − we owe our rediscovery, dating back to 1970’s, of this photographer.
Maurizio Nannucci
Maurizio Nannucci

Via Guido Reni, 4A, 00196 Roma

Maurizio Nannucci

The exhibition will immerse the public in the work of one of the most representative artists in the fields of Italian conceptual and analytical art. This major exhibition project dedicated to Maurizio Nannucci explores the value of the concepts of e...
Maurizio Nannucci
The exhibition will immerse the public in the work of one of the most representative artists in the fields of Italian conceptual and analytical art. This major exhibition project dedicated to Maurizio Nannucci explores the value of the concepts of experimentation, research and archive associated with his work. Since the mid-Sixties, the artist has explored the relationship between art, language and image, taking an interest in diverse forms of expression such as concrete art and visual poetry. The work intended for the façade of the museum will become part of the MAXXI permanent collection.
FOOD
FOOD

Via Guido Reni, 4A, 00196 Roma

FOOD

In the year of EXPO in Milan, the exhibition Food is intended as an exploration of architectural issues associated with the storing, distribution, consumption and disposal of food and raw materials, stimulating debate over the primary question of the...
FOOD
In the year of EXPO in Milan, the exhibition Food is intended as an exploration of architectural issues associated with the storing, distribution, consumption and disposal of food and raw materials, stimulating debate over the primary question of the space and the time we inhabit. Over 50 works by different artists and architects that, in a presentation that ranges from the dimension of the human body to that of the planet, from the kitchen to the home, from the city to the region and the world, tackle the global political, social, urban and economic effects that the production, distribution, consumption and disposal of food have on communities and territories. FOOD. Dal cucchiaio al mondo is divided into six sections: starting from the body and – by way of the house, the street, the city, the landscape – arriving at the world, that is, the major issues of geopolitics and the world’s layout for the production/distribution of food.
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