Art exhibitions in Rome

AMERICAN CHRONICLES: NORMAN ROCKWELL’S WORKS IN ROME

AMERICAN CHRONICLES: NORMAN ROCKWELL’S WORKS IN ROME

The “American dream” most insightful painter & illustrator has been brought to Rome: until February 2015 Norman Rockwell’s paintings, documents, photographs and 323 original covers of the “Sunday Evening Post” will be on display at Palazzo Sciarra (just beside Via del Corso, in the heart of Rome). Rockwell captured USA…

October in Rome

In our opinion October is the best month to visit Rome. And to give you a prove of the lovely atmosphere that reigns over the Eternal City during this month we snapped this picture of the work of an anonymous street artist. The caption inside the heart says “I want…

Lungotevere’s bars, restaurants and lots more!

Every year during August  a small market is set on both sides of the Tiber river: there you can eat the very Roman porchetta, buy the products of many local artisans, attend a street-theatre performance and have dinner too! It might just be the best event in Rome, at least…

Night Of Museum Rome 2014

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces…

First May Concert 2014

The 1st May Concert is surely one of the most anticipated musical events and debated in the Italian music scene. There is always great anticipation to meet the cast of artists , presenters and guests who will tread the stage in Piazza San Giovanni in Rome on the first day…

Luxury shopping in Rome

Shopping in Spanish steps and along Via Condotti Let’s face it, the place is crowded (it is a notorious local meeting point). Lots of onlookers everywhere. But it is truly one of Rome highlights. The site itself is lovely. But it is also located at a place where all the…

Villa of The Quintilii

Villa Quintilii, located in the Appia Antica surrounding, was constructed in 151 AD by Sextus Quintilius Maximus and Sextus Quintilius Condianus, who were successfull consuls in the 2nd century. Nevertheless, the earliest construction of the villa dates back to the Hadrian rule. The end of the once influential consul brothers…