Rome meets Berlin: LAWBF x Sven Marquardt at Tevere Art Gallery

Electronic music and hybrid art for a Berlin style night: Friday 3rd June, from 21.00, TAG - Tevere Art Gallery will host an event full of international artists dedicated to photography, contemporary dance, concerts and dj-sets.

After the great success of the WALLPLAY in New York, for the first time in Italy comes LIKE A WILD BEAST’S FUR (LAWBF), the group of artists of KANTINE AM BERGHAIN of Berlin. LAWBF combines the energy of electronic music with contemporary art creating hybrid performances that transcend disciplines, genres, conventions and traditions. 

Among the guests there will be Sven Marquardt, famous German photographer and protagonist of the underground scene of Berlin. 

Performing live: 

Electronic music project 

Japanese artist 

Electro-acoustic set accompanied by a dance performance 

DJ set 

Friday 3 June

TAG - Trastevere Art Gallery
Via di Santa Passera, 25

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What to do in Rome on the Republic Day

On the 2nd of June Rome celebrates the Republic Day to commemorate the Referendum of 1946 that put an end to the monarchy. Every year a military parade is held in the centre of Rome and the Italian air force offers an aerobatic demonstration with the Frecce Tricolori (Tricolour Arrows) in the colours of the flag of Italy, flying over the Altar of the Fatherland and the Imperial Fora. 

Only on this day the gardens of the Quirinal Palace, residence of the President of the Italian Republic, open their doors to the public with free entrance. The culture lovers can also visit the civic museums of Rome and many private museums. Among the exhibitions that will be open, an unmissable appointment is Banksy’s War, Capitalism & Freedom at Palazzo Cipolla and the Macchiaioli’s Art Exhibition at Chiostro del Bramante. If you prefer a day trip outside the city, we suggest you to take advantage of the extraordinary open of the Garden of Ninfa.

Enjoy the Republic Day!

IMAGINE: new imagery in Italian Art 1960-1969 in Venice

Do you want to live again the artistic atmosphere of the ’60s? “New imagery in Italian Art 1960-1969” is an innovative interpretation of Italian art analyzing the birth of a new image through new perspectives and a language: a detailed study of the art of a country during its economic rising, where artistic experimentations rapidly followed one another with an extraordinary intensity. 

23 April - 19 September 2016

Peggy Guggenheim Collection
704 Dorsoduro
30123 Venice

Open daily 10am - 6pm
Closed Tuesday

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The night of museums in Rome

The night of museums is back: in contemporary with over 30 European countries, museums and cultural spaces, Rome will host many events including art shows, music, dance, theatre, cinema, readings and guided tours. By paying the symbolic 1 € ticket you can visit permanent and temporary exhibitions in the involved museums, visit extraordinary archaeological sites normally closed to the public, attend live shows hosted in cultural sites and explore academies, libraries, foreign cultural institutions, universities and more. 

Among the involved museums: 

  • The Capitoline Museums 
  • Centrale Montemartini 
  • Macro 
  • Macro Testaccio 
  • Museo dell'Ara Pacis 
  • Museum of Rome - Palazzo Braschi 
  • Museum of Rome in Trastevere 
  • Trajan Markets 
  • Museum of the Imperial Fora 
  • Museums of Villa Torlonia 
  • Palazzo delle Esposizioni 
  • Scuderie del Quirinale 
  • …and more! 

21st May 

Opening hours: 
From 20.00 to 02.00 

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Banksy: War, Capitalism & Liberty

“War, Capitalism and Liberty” is the title of the biggest exhibition ever dedicated to Banksy, the legendary street artist of Bristol. 150 of selected works: original paintings, prints, record covers and sculptures, all from private collections. The exhibition will reveal his artistic vision concerning the international social and political events of the last years. 

Banksy hugely influenced the artistic scene worldwide and is considered the most important exponent of Street Art. He’s one of the most discussed and praised figures of our times, whose concealed identity internationally attracted people’s interest since the 90s. 

24 May - 4 September 2016

Palazzo Cipolla - Fondazione Roma Museo
Via del Corso, 320
Roma, 00186

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