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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.
James Tissot
James Tissot

Via Arco della Pace, 5, 00186, Roma, Italia

James Tissot

Jacques Joseph Tissot, Anglicized as James Tissot, was a French painter and illustrator. He was a successful painter of Paris society before moving to London in 1871. He became famous as a genre painter of fashionably dressed women shown in various s...
James Tissot
Jacques Joseph Tissot, Anglicized as James Tissot, was a French painter and illustrator. He was a successful painter of Paris society before moving to London in 1871. He became famous as a genre painter of fashionably dressed women shown in various scenes of everyday life. He also painted scenes and characters from the Bible.
VIGAMUS - THE VIDEO GAME MUSEUM
VIGAMUS - THE VIDEO GAME MUSEUM

via Sabotino, 4 - 00100 ROMA (RM)

VIGAMUS - THE VIDEO GAME MUSEUM

The Video Game Museum of Rome, is managed by VIGAMUS Foundation, body recognized by the Prefecture of Rome with a positive opinion of the Ministry of Arts and Culture and Tourist - Protocol 976/2014 - set up in June 2013 and committed to the preserv...
VIGAMUS - THE VIDEO GAME MUSEUM
The Video Game Museum of Rome, is managed by VIGAMUS Foundation, body recognized by the Prefecture of Rome with a positive opinion of the Ministry of Arts and Culture and Tourist - Protocol 976/2014 - set up in June 2013 and committed to the preservation, research and divulgation of physical and digital works linked to the digital medium. Mass phenomenon, artistic expression and interactive medium of the digital Era, Games are part of the contemporary imagination, becoming one of the most complex meanings production systems. By nature related to the technological component, Games are constantly evolving, revolutionizing the whole system of Arts, and combining with it. The aim of the Foundation is to promote VIGAMUS and spread awareness of the cultural value of video games in Italy, a country characterized by a wide audience of players. Video games are going to be included into the historical and artistical heritage of our beautiful country, whose primacy in the world is absolutely indisputable. Cultural innovation, rather than the technology, is the basis for the emergence of a true Game Culture. Interactive artifacts that deserves to be known and studied, and first of all, preserved.
Giuliana Silvestrini - Se Tradere
Giuliana Silvestrini - Se Tradere

Via Arco della Pace, 5, 00186, Roma, Italia

Giuliana Silvestrini - Se Tradere

Se trādĕre - "To betray oneself," in its original sense, means to surrender to something or someone, and is intended as indulgence into a chaos, an internal disorder handing themselves to the opportunity for personal growth, entering into a relations...
Giuliana Silvestrini - Se Tradere
Se trādĕre - "To betray oneself," in its original sense, means to surrender to something or someone, and is intended as indulgence into a chaos, an internal disorder handing themselves to the opportunity for personal growth, entering into a relationship with grey areas, including pain, separation and fall. One must still have chaos within to give birth to a dancing star (Frederich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Prologue, 5). This is the primordial action that brings the artist Giuliana Silvestrini, aka 'Siscia', towards an art case in which there is a continuous search for self-awareness and overcoming their own inner wound. The exhibition includes two projects "Metamorphosis" and "Fragments". In "Metamorphosis" the works are inspired by the reading of the first pages of the book Metamorphoses by Ovid on the origin of the world. The artist draws before us a tangle of spontaneous signs, intersecting each other. This "fabric graphic/chaos" that invades much of the pictorial surface available, is then partially masked by drafts partially opaque colour, leaving only short marks and/or draw shapes/shapeless energy charges. In "Fragments" works originate from a number of studies from the works of photojournalism, documenting the territory of war after a conflict. The pictorial language adopted is focused on the use of "design" as weaving frayed and worn representation bodies. The works are made with the technique of oil on canvas and other mediums.
PIER LUIGI NERVI - ARCHITETTURE PER LO SPORT
PIER LUIGI NERVI - ARCHITETTURE PER LO SPORT

Via Guido Reni, 4A, 00196 Roma

PIER LUIGI NERVI - ARCHITETTURE PER LO SPORT

This exhibition features a host of drawings, photographs, documents and models from over 60 projects for sports facilities, much of drawn from the Nervi Archive in the MAXXI Architettura collections. A unique opportunity to examine the development o...
PIER LUIGI NERVI - ARCHITETTURE PER LO SPORT
This exhibition features a host of drawings, photographs, documents and models from over 60 projects for sports facilities, much of drawn from the Nervi Archive in the MAXXI Architettura collections. A unique opportunity to examine the development of the design and constructional methods of the engineer from the first works such as the Stadio Berta in Florence to the buildings for the 1960 Rome Olympics and through to the great international projects such as the Kuwait Sports Centre. Three-dimensional graphic presentations and constructional models realised by La-Mo and LaMoViDA of the University of Bolognas enrich as section devoted to the projects for stadia in Italy and abroad. Also on show is a special model in Plexiglas of the Palazzetto dello Sport made by two students from the ISIA, the Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche (Rome), Aureliano Capri and Elettra Renzi, revealing the system for distributing forces conceived by Nervi for the building. This model constitutes a central element in a series of guided visits devoted to Nervi’s work that also include a “tactile” route designed for blind and partially-sighted people. Realised in collaboration the Centro Regionale Sant’Alessio, the route involves a walk around the Palazzetto dello Sport introducing participants to the built structure and an exhibition visit facilitated by the model and tactile tables.
Umberto Passeretti - Un Presente Antichissimo
Umberto Passeretti - Un Presente Antichissimo

Via IV Novembre, 94, 00187 Roma

Umberto Passeretti - Un Presente Antichissimo

Mostra dedicata ad Umberto Passeretti, che da pittore pienamente contemporaneo dialoga con la classicità romana e più in generale con la memoria dell’antico. Dal 1985 Umberto Passeretti dialoga da pittore pienamente contemporaneo con la classicità...
Umberto Passeretti - Un Presente Antichissimo
Mostra dedicata ad Umberto Passeretti, che da pittore pienamente contemporaneo dialoga con la classicità romana e più in generale con la memoria dell’antico. Dal 1985 Umberto Passeretti dialoga da pittore pienamente contemporaneo con la classicità romana e più in generale con la memoria dell’antico. Proprio per questo un luogo emblematico della “romanità” come i Mercati di Traiano Museo dei Fori Imperiali appare come la sede più adatta per ospitare una ventina di sue opere, nella Grande Aula e nel Corpo Centrale. In occasione dell’esposizione, curata da Gabriele Simongini, l’artista romano ha realizzato un omaggio a questo luogo straordinario prendendo come soggetto di un suo quadro un “Prigione”. Le opere (dipinte perlopiù ad olio e tempera su tavola ma talvolta anche con acrilici) fanno parte del ciclo “Anatomia del panneggio”. Nei suoi lavori i mirabili reperti scultorei del passato si trasformano in pittura, con la chiara prevalenza di panneggi dalla materia mossa, palpitante di una nuova vita che sembra quasi sul punto di cominciare.
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