Rome From The 1950s To The 2000s

30.05.2019 - 28.07.2019

In the halls around the rotunda of the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, six exhibitions will be shown that were held in Rome from the 1950s to the 2000s and a tribute to an art photographer.

A story will be traced in the form of a walk through the exhibition landscapes of a city able to renew its contemporary vocation in a different way each time.

Titina Maselli, Galleria La Tartaruga 1955
Giulio Paolini, La Salita Gallery 1964
Fabro. Spatial concept of après Watteau, 1967-71 / Crown of lead, 1968-71 / L’Italia d’oro / Aluminum and natural silk, 1971, review „Information on the Italian presence“ by Achille Bonito Oliva, International Meetings of ‚Art 1971
Carlo Maria Mariani. The constellation of the Lion, Galleria Gian Enzo Sperone 1981
Jan Vercruysse, Tombeaux (Room), Galleria Pieroni 1990
Myriam Laplante. Elisir, curated by Lorenzo Benedetti and Teresa Macrì, Volume Foundation! and The Gallery Apart, 2004
Tribute to Sergio Pucci , photographer who has dedicated much of his work to exhibit documentation.

The intent is to give voice to a plurality, highlighting the protagonists and the protagonists, places and institutions that since the post-war period have made Rome a vital center of contemporary culture, repeating it began every year during the summer months with the revival of different exhibition opportunities.

Location: Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Via Nazionale, 194, Rome
Date: May 30-July 28
Cost: Full € 10.00 – Reduced € 8.00 – Children from 7 to 18 years € 6.00 – Free entry for children up to 6 years – Open ticket € 13.50

Venue

Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Via Nazionale, 194, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

Price

13.50 EUR

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