Exhibitions, museums and archaeological sites now available in Rome with SF Events Italy
With the coming of the new year, Rome is preparing to greet and welcome a large number of exhibitions and new installations. Below, we are happy to share a handy guide to activities not to be missed when visiting the Eternal City:
Last chance to visit:
- Inferno / Scuderie del Quirinale: available until Sunday 23rd January 2022
In the spotlight:
At Palazzo Barberini the exhibition Caravaggio and Artemisia: Giuditta’s challenge; “Caravaggio and Artemisia: Giuditta’s challenge. Violence and seduction in painting between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries “, curated by Cristina Terzaghi, is the exhibition scheduled at Palazzo Barberini until March 27, 2022. Celebrating the 70th anniversary of the rediscovery of Caravaggio’s painting” Judith who decapitates Holofernes “, created in Rome at the beginning of the seventeenth century and kept in Palazzo Barberini, and 50 years after the acquisition by the Italian State of the work, the exhibition presents 31 paintings in four sections – almost all of large format – from important national and international institutions.
“Klimt. The Secession and Italy “at Palazzo Braschi; gold and the innovative use of color, landscapes idealized in shapes and colors, and then the undisputed queens of his inspiration, bewitching, seductive, languid women, protagonists of some absolute masterpieces, such as the iconic Judith I ( 1901), The bride (1917-18), painted in the last creative phase, and the famous Portrait of a Lady (1916-17), stolen in 1997 and then found in 2019. It is an immersion in the artistic heritage of one of the best known and most loved painters in the world the great exhibition “Klimt. The Secession and Italy “, scheduled at Palazzo Braschi until March 27, 2022, which marks the return of the Austrian artist to our country and to Rome, where in 1911 he was awarded at the International Art Exhibition.
“Amazônia”; available until February 13 2022, Sebastião Salgado is the protagonist at Maxxi with the exhibition “Amazônia”, curated by Lélia Wanick Salgado: through over 200 images (accompanied by the soundscape created by Jean-Michel Jarre), the path allows the visitor to confront himself with the fragile and fascinating Amazonian ecosystem, revealing how the forest has suffered almost no damage in the protected areas where Indian communities live.
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