Instagramers! Let’s share Contemporary Art in Rome

Rome is famous for its ancient art.

But, did you know that Rome has an excellent variety of Contemporary Art Galleries ?

 

Travelers often don’t find them, but luckily a local like me does.

 

We will go and take a look at the best private galleries of contemporary

To make our trip unforgettable, we will post our finding on Instagram and Twitter ! We will have a real Italian coffee too ! 

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Balthus | SCUDERIE DEL QUIRINALE | Art in Rome

BALTHUS

curated by Cécile Debray, curator of Centre Pompidou

23 Oct 2015 – 31 Jan 2016

Approximately two hundred works of art, among paintings, drawings and photographs, from some of the leading museums and most prestigious private collections in Europe and the United States, offer the visitor a fascinating opportunity to explore Balthus’ art.

Scuderie del Quirinale / Villa Medici 

Via XXIV Maggio, 16

Rome

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Consequences | FONDAZIONE GIULIANI | Rome Gallery Tours

CONSEQUENCES 
09 oct 2015 – 12 dec 2015

An exhibition organized by Jay Heikes with contributions from Felix CulpaJessica Jackson HutchinsAri MarcopoulosJosiah McElhenyTodd NorstenConny PurtillJustin SchleppGedi SibonyMichael StickrodThe Unknown Artist, and the ghost of Lee Lozano.

FONDAZIONE GIULIANI
Via Gustavo Bianchi, 1
Rome

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Koki Tanaka | MACRO | Art in Rome

A Vulnerable Narrator, Deferred Rhythms 

curated by Britta Faerber 

01 Oct 2015 – 15 Nov 2015

The exhibition of the Japanese artist Koki Tanaka Deutsche Bank “Artist of the Year” 2015. The exhibition is a laboratory of sorts, one that ties together a decade’s worth of projects, ideas, installations, collective activities. 

MACRO 

Via Nizza 

Rome

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James Tissot | CHIOSTRO DEL BRAMANTE | Art in Rome

26 sep 2015 – 21 feb 2016


For the first time in Italy, the long-awaited exhibition on the great French painter James Tissot (Nantes, 1836-1902 Buillon).


Showcasing works from 80 international museums such as the Tate in London, the Petit Palais and the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, telling the entire artistic career of the painter and the influence that he had on the Parisian and Londoner reality, giving an account of its mystical and sentimental vein, his incredible talent as a colorist and his interest in fashion.


CHIOSTRO DEL BRAMANTE 

Via della Pace 
Rome


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