Don't you know how to find your way through the countless cultural proposals of Rome and its surroundings? Here are our suggestions for this month, all major exhibitions.
The Molds of the Augustus Dynasty
Where? At the Ara Pacis Museum until December 31th.
The opportunity to see the faces of Augustus’ family in plaster. The molds of the Gens Giulio Claudia belong to the Fondazione Sorgente Group. It is a great way to understand and learn about the history of Ancient Rome.
The exhibit entitled “Picasso. Between Cubism and Classicism 1915-1925” (ndt. – Picasso. Tra Cubismo e Classicismo 1915-1925) collects more than one hundred masterpieces including canvas, gouaches, and drawings, as well and pictures, autograph letters, and other documents. The exhibit is at the Scuderie del Quirinale and represents the conclusion and, at the same time, the climax of the celebrations dedicated to Picasso in Italy in the centenary of his trip in this Country.
From December to February Rome will host a magic exhibit dedicated to Monet at the Vittoriano Complex. His rarefied painting en plen air, his Nymphs, the landscapes created in the Giverny’s villa. This will be exhibited at the Vittoriano in a unique exhibit. You will be able to admire 60 masterpieces from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris, which preserves the works belonging to the same artist – those that he had kept for himself in Giverny, those he loved most.
Until February 4th, 2018 Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s exhibit will be hosted at the Galleria Borghese in Rome. The exhibit is dedicated to the great artists, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the reopening of the Galleria Borghese after a long period of renovation.