Current Museum Exhibits in Rome

Guttuso Exhibit Running until February 10

I am sure that you have all been enjoying this not-so-cold weather, but let’s face it, it won’t last forever! In anticipation of the upcoming wintry weather, probably, here’s a summary of most of the museum exhibits going on in Rome at the moment. You know, just in case you want to spend a day indoors, weather permitting.

At Palazzo delle Esposizioni
Via Nazionale, 194
Closed Mondays. Website.

Robert Doisneau. Paris en liberté: super famous French photographer and his Paris-centered works.
Running until February 3rd
On the Silk Road. Ancient Pathways Between East and West: 4,000 miles of the famous trade route split up into 6 rooms covering 6 important stops along the route.
Running until March 10
Nero su Bianco: words of a diary painted onto white walls, telling the story of a journey and distant worlds.
Running until March 10

Via Guido Reni, 4a
Closed Mondays. Website.

L’Italia di Le Corbusier: an exhibit documenting the influence of Italy on the great architect, painter, and sculptor, Le Corbusier.
Running until February 17
Grazia Toderi. Mirabilia Urbis.: exhibit in honor of great artist, Grazia Toderi and her large video projections of Rome.
Running until March 3
Projections.: installations of moving images, electricity, sounds, and various technologies that radiate light.
Running until May 5

At Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
Via delle Belle Arti, 131
Closed Mondays. Website.

Paul Klee e L’Italia: an exhibit analyzing the influence of Italy and Italian culture on the works of Paul Klee (and other painters as well).
Running until January 27
SHAY FRISCH. Campo 100535 B/N: the Israeli artist creates electric fields and currents in various forms to then see how they interact with surrounding spaces
Running until January 27

Via Nizza, 138
Closed Mondays. Website.

L’altra ego. Giosetta Fioroni, Marco Delogu: a collaboration of two artists unfolds in paintings, photos, lights, and more.
Running until December 2
Giulio Turcato. Stellare: an exhibit celebrating one of the most important Italian artists/painters of the second half of the 20th century.
Running until January 13
Urban Arena #2: the second edition of the museum’s Street Art project, showcasing two contemporary street artists.
Running until June 2

At MACRO Testaccio
Piazza Orazio Giustiniani, 4
Closed Mondays. Website.

Digital Life. Human Connections: the third edition of an exhibit dedicated to the encounter between art and new technologies (multimedia installations, interactive works, cinema, music).
Running until December 16
FOTOGRAFIA in collezione #2: a selection of works that were displayed in the past year at the museum, in collaboration with the International Photography Festival of Rome.
Running until December 16

At Scuderie del Quirinale
Via XXIV Maggio 16
Open everyday. Website.

Vermeer. The Golden Century of Dutch Art: the first exhibit in Italy celebrating the 17th century Dutch master, Johannes Vermeer. Works by his contemporaries also on display.
Running until January 20

At Complesso del Vittoriano
Via Di San Pietro In Carcere
Open everyday.

Guttoso. 1912-2012: works on display from one of the most famous Italian painters of the 20th century. Sicilian born, lived in Rome, communist, banned by the Church- all makes for a great exhibit.
Running until February 10

At Fondazione Roma Museo
Via Marco Minghetti, 17
Closed Mondays. Website.

Akbar. The Great Emperor of India: exhibit dedicated to one of the most enlightened sovereigns in history, Akbar, showcasing over 130 works detailing his good works while in power.
Running until February 3


3 thoughts on “Current Museum Exhibits in Rome

  1. Thank you for posting current exhibitions in rome!! So thrilled to find your young in rome blog!!! Up to date art and cultural exhibition info is so important for visitors to rome – i really appreciate you putting in the time and effort. Half the time the museum websites are just in Italian.

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