Rome, over the last two thousand years, became center of…
Until 11 January 2015 on exhibit in Rome an original collection of works of art at Museum Carlo Bilotti (just inside Villa Borghese): “Imago Mundi”. The out of average character of this art event lays in the works’ origins and aims at one time. “Imago Mundi” has its roots in Luciano Benetton’s foundation for the arts: it holds works gathered or commisioned by the stylist to emerging artists he happened to meet during his journeys around the world. Multiple ambitions are behind this operation, that is to say to provide emerging artists with an incubator of ideas and with a platform for visibility, and ultimately to create a visual map of humanity throughout the artistic expressions it produces. One basic rule: 10×12 cm sized images accepted only.
Venue: Museum Carlo Bilotti, Aranciera di Villa Borghese – Villa Borghese.
Time: Tue-Fri 10am-4pm. Sat-Sun 10am-7pm. Mon closed.
From Hotel Des Artistes you just need to catch metro line A up to Flaminio.