Three works by young artists who reinterpret the statue of Aesculapius on display in the Great Hall of Palazzo Nuovo as part of a project which is currently ongoing in 28 Italian cities.
Many engravings representing the italian landscape, done by the artist during his frequent journeys in Italy and, for the first time, a set of graphic works dedicated to Rome, when the artist lived many years.
Caravaggio's Emmaus's Supper from the Brera Gallery will be exhibited for the first time in the Capitol.
Pictures of the great German photographer, among the pioneers of social photography in Europe, from the Sander Archive in Munich.
Precious collection of roman panel and mural paintings datable from the end of the 13th century to the very early years of the 14th century.
Photographs, costumes, paintings, awards: the life of Anna Magnani told in an exhibition 30 years after her death.