In Rome you will have the opportunity to attend exhibitions of art and culture really interesting, that shows the masterpieces of the great artists of the past up to emerging artists in contemporary art. Among the exhibitions planned for the 2011/2012 in Rome there are a series of events not to miss. For all fans of Renaissance art Rome offers "Renaissance in Rome: Michelangelo and Raphael," the exhibition dedicated to the production of art and architecture of the two great italian masters of the sixteenth century. We suggest to see also "Rome al tempo di Caravaggio" which exhibits as many as 140 works by the artist. Tables, frescoes and paintings are the ingredients of the extraordinary exhibition "Filippino Lippi and Sandro Botticelli" that will remain in Rome until January 5, 2012.
From Renaissance to Contemporary art exhibitions, Rome offers art exhibitions dedicated to the artists of the early twentieth century such as "Piet Mondrian- the perfect harmony" that traces the life and the works of one of the most respected artists of our century, while "Socialist Realism: soviet painting 1920-1970" told through paintings, documents and other evidence, the development of painting Socialist .
Fashion, style and elegance are just a few adjectives to describe the photo exhibition "Mario Testino, Todo or Nada" dedicated to jobs and services of one of the most famous fashion photographers in the world. "I Borghese e l'antico" instead is the exhibition in Rome dedicated to the art collection of the Borghese family, hosts in the halls of the Galleria Borghese. If you like cinema, we suggest you to visit "Cinecitta shows off" an exhibition dedicated to Italian and international cinema where you can visit the sets of major films and beyond.
If you want to be always updated about the exhibitions in Rome, we suggest you visit Art Events Rome and Cultural Events Rome. This is the list exhibitions of complete description, location and useful information. Otherwise you can also visit the page dedicated to Art Galleries in Rome and Museums in Rome, and on the website dedicated to discover the events.