The Galleria d’Arte Moderna’s exhibit Roma Anni Trenta displays an eclectic assortment of Italian masterpieces, deftly representing the diverse range of the country’s artists and their various styles and techniques. The exhibition incorporates multiple themes, including The Futurists, Italians in Paris, Tonalism & The Roman School, The Sculptures between Myth and Modernity, Great Maestros & The Young Generations, The Fascist Era with Rome under Mussolini’s Ruling, The Twentieth Century and the Regional Schools, and the Homage to Scipione.
These works exemplify the expression, inspiration, and significance of art as an affirmation of the primacy of Italian civilization. The overall objective of the retrospective is to collect the most representative forces of Italian art into one unifying exposition, cordially inviting the public to view and appreciate crucial, impactful milestones of various important Italian artists. Along with thought-provoking sculptures, paintings, and mosaics, there are also fundamental paramount historical documents, images, and films, illustrating Italy’s rich and complex history and transformation.
Till 30 October 2016
Galleria d’Arte Moderna
Via Francesco Crispi, 24
Last admission 1 hour before closing time.
Adults: € 7,50
Concessions: € 6,50