The roman exhibition includes over 150 works including paintings, sculptures, drawings, sculptures, coins, tapestries and ceramics, which have characterized the history of ancient Roman palace. From the splendor of the sixteenth century the Farnese family, the modern period, until the last 135 years the palace as the seat of the French Embassy in Italy and the Ecole Française de Rome.
The exibition will open the historic rooms of the Emperors and philosophers, famous Dacian Prisoners will resume their places on either side of the door of the great hall, next to the porphyry statue of Apollo, at the time that Rome triumphans, and Atlas.
The cultural event in Rome will trace the stories of cross-popes, cardinals, kings, ambassadors, artists over five centuries, between politics and art, lived and met in Palazzo Farnese, making it an exceptional place and living.
Hours: Monday and Wednesday: from 9.00 to 19.00. From Thursday to Sunday from 9.00 to 21.00.
Location: Palazzo Farnese