Boundary Lines | Museo Carlo Bilotti | Art in Rome

Linee di confine/Boundary Lines 
23 Apr 2015 – 21 Jun 2015

Through photographs, paintings, sculptures and drawings by 17 artists, the exhibition wants to establish a comparison between the energy that inhabits the nature and living beings. 

Museo Carlo Bilotti  
Viale Fiorello la Guardia, 6 (Arancera di Villa Borghese)

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Street art in Rome | Il Sole 24 Ore

“The outskirts of Rome are changing thanks to street art.” 

Massimiliano Cammuso’s insight:

70 days, 18 international street artists, 756 liters of paint and 974 spray cans these are some numbers of Big City Life in Tor Marancia.

This is only one of street art project in Rome. Different suburb areas, different galleries involved. And always great works. Would you like to make a street-art tour in Rome? Contact me.

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Architettura in Uniforme | MAXXI | Art in Rome

Designing and Building for the Second World War

curated by Jean Louis Cohen

until 3 May 2015

The exhibition comprises an extensive international section, with a wealth of discoveries and spectacular images, while for the MAXXI edition a major section has been added that focuses on Italy and the incessant building and planning activities that in those years was already laying the foundations for the construction boom of the post-war period.


Via Guido Reni, 4/a 


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Baroque in Rome | Fondazione Roma Museo | Art in Rome


01 Apr 2015 – 26 Jul 2015 

An ambitious cultural operation, mainly driven by the exhibition entitled Baroque in Rome. The Wonder of the Arts. Like the metaphorical ‘Barberini Sun’ the exhibition is in the middle of an original ‘heliocentric system’, where the rays are represented by a rich series of satellite events and projects held in some of the main Baroque sites in Rome. 

Fondazione Roma Museo 

Via Marco Minghetti, 17


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Ferdinando Scianna | MAXXI | Art in Rome

Ferdinando Scianna 

Tue 31 Mar 2015

The Lectio Magistralis on Photography returns for the second consecutive year, an opportunity to meet the great protagonists of photography. 

Denis Curti editor of the monthly Il Fotografo, artistic director of the Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice and the Festival di Fotografia in Capri

MAXXI Auditorium 

Via Guido Reni, 4a 

– admittance free while places available

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Svenja Deininger | FEDERICA SCHIAVO GALLERY | Rome Gallery Tours

Svenja Deininger | Every Something Is An Echo of Nothing.

19 Mar 2015 – 21 Apr 2015

P.zza di Montevecchio, 16 


Massimiliano Cammuso’s insight:

Wow, what a great impact this paintings have.
The exhibit by Svenja Deininger is really not to be missed! 

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