The roman summer has just begun and there are a lot of occasions to see beautiful exhibitions actually on display until September 2015 and in next months.
Between them, we reccomend you to see:
The photographic masterpieces of Steve McCurry, the most famous National Geographic photographer, exhibited in Rome at the Teatro 1 of Cinecittà until September 20, 2015.
150 stunning photographs of the great American photographer are on display from the beginning of his professional career in the ’80s when with his camera captured unique and meaningful
images of India until he went to Afghanistan where he was one of the first witnesses of the war that had just broken out.
Here he snapped one of his most famous photographs, Sharbat Gula, the Afghan girl at Nasir Bagh refugee camp near Peshawar.
The exhibition shows also more than fifty new works never published before.
The exhibition is open daily at the Teatro 1 of Cinecitta ( Via Tuscolana 1055, Rome ) , except Tuesday, from 9:30am to 7pm and the standard ticket price is Euro 12.00, also sold online on Ticketone.
David La Chapelle, after “The Deluge” another great American artist and photographer comes back, after more than fifteen year, at Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Via Nazionale 194 until 13 September with one of the most important and exhaustive exhibitions of his works.
In fact there are more than 100 works on view, some presented for first time in a museum including many large-scale works.
LaChapelle has been influenced from Roman art, fact that is more evident in the realization of “The Deluge”, modeled after Michelangelo’s impressive fresco in the Sistine Chapel, in which the
artist returns to conceiving works with the unique purpose to exhibit in art galleries and in museums.
The exhibition also includes a selection of some of the most renowned and loved photos that made hiim famous, realized during the decade between 1995 and 2005.
David LaChapelle is today one of the most famous and appreciated photographer in the world.
The Elegance of Food. Tales about Food & Fashion is an exhibition on display in Rome at Markets of Trajan which has as its theme the food with a “Call of nature” according to the four natural elements Water, Air , Earth and Fire.
In the halls of the museum there are more than 160 creations, including clothing accesories, photographic images and video where the food and the raw materials of nature are always the
And finally we can’t forget the Night Openings of the Vatican Museums. Every Friday evening, from 24 April to 30 October – except in August – the monumental door of
the Pope’s Museums will open at sunset to reveal over a thousand years of treasures in the Vatican Collections.
The cultural and musical accompaniment to enrich the experience of some of the evening openings represent an extraordinary opportunity to visit the Vatican Museums in an exclusive and unique atmosphere.
You can book your night vist to Vatican Museums directly on Vatican Online Ticket Office
So, if you are planning a vacation in Rome this summer keep in mind the tips above and dont’ forget for your stay the best accommodation near the Vatican and the city centre of Rome,
obviously Hotel Colors!