EXHIBITIONS IN ROME 2018: ALL THE UNMISSABLE EVENTS
Here are the exhibitions in Rome 2018, that is all the important events you can’t miss.
Rome always offers a wide choice of cultural events, but what to see?
Making a list of everything you must see is impossible, but you can make a selection.
Exhibitions in Rome 2018
TRAJAN. BUILDING THE EMPIRE, CREATING EUROPE
Mercati di Traiano, Rome
- A journey among politics, welfare, military conquests, and authoritative first ladies.
The exhibition planned to celebrate the 1900thanniversary of the death of Emperor Trajan is a journey into history and daily life in Ancient Rome. Great leader, Trajan was also a builder and his monuments are still today a fundamental point to study and know the ancientsplendours.
WHEN: until 16 september 2018
WHERE: Mercati di Traiano, Rome
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HIROSHIGE. VISIONS FROM JAPAN
Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome
- The exhibition, a selection of around 230 works from prestigious collections coming from Italy, Japan and the USA, will show the theme of nature painted by Hiroshige with his charming and refined style.
WHEN: 1 march – 29 july 2018
WHERE: Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome
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ROME, MODERN CITY
Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Rome
- A tribute to the Capital of Italy through the artists who lived there and the styles they used to expressed themselves. A unique exhibition retracing the artistic movements protagonists of the 20thcentury with Rome in the foreground, which has always attracted different cultures and languages.
WHEN: 29 march 2018 – 28 october 2018
WHERE: Galleria d’arte Moderna, Rome
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CANALETTO. VIEWS AND MOODS
Museo di Roma, Palazzo Braschi
- The exhibition displays a huge amount of works, paintings, and drawings, including some masterpieces coming from prestigious public and private collection from around the world. A journey into the career of painter and drawer Canaletto.
WHEN: 11 april – 19 august 2018
WHERE: Palazzo Braschi, Rome