Sites and monuments of Rome in the mid-19th century in the photographs of artists who frequented the Caffè Greco.
Exhibition organised as part of the twinning agreement between the Municipality of Rome and the Mairie de Paris.
The exhibition is devoted to the activities of the Fontana Sisters' Roman atelier during the second half of the XX Century and features a targeted selection of thirty-four dresses tailored between 1940 and 1990.
The exhibition, previously at the Pignatelli Museum in Naples, consists of a series of gouaches painted between 1700 and 1900 with pictures of the city and its surroundings as well as scenes of popular life.
The second chance in Rome (after Palazzo Montecitorio) to see the bronze satyr exhibited. The satyr was found in the sea near Mazara del Vallo in Sicily between 1997 and 1998, and was restored by the Istituto Centrale per il Restauro.
Art in Greece from the fall of the Byzantine Empire (1453) to the beginnings of the modern state (1830) - paintings on panel, frescoes, illuminated codexes and printed books, religious vestments and liturgical furnishings.
Pictures by Max Penson, key photographer of Russian constructivism in the 1920's, whose work has only recently been rediscovered in archives after being buried under Stalin's disapproval.
The highlights of the artistic career of Yves Montand, whose name is so closely connected to the city of Paris, as a singer, showman and actor.
An exhibition organised as part of the twinning agreement between the Comune di Roma and the Mairie de Paris.