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closed Correspondence. The tradition in the contemporary

The show

Tracing back through the work of sixteen artists of the current Italian panorama, references and elective affinities with the great Etruscan figurative tradition. It is from this purpose that the exhibition "Correspondence. The tradition in the contemporary", at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia is born.

The project idea of the Contemporary Figurative Art Exhibition "Correspondences" stems from the consideration and the will that the Arts in Rome school carries on through the training, practice and learning of traditional artistic techniques which are the foundations of the Academic Method and of the 'Art seen as communication and narration of the contemporary world.

The carrying out of the artistic-cultural event will collect the works of some of the most interesting contemporary figurative artists that represent the guidelines of the School, and the winner of the Arts in Rome Award created specifically to give the possibility to living artists to exhibit at a Museum . Free art workshops for children and families will also be offered.

Organization of Arts in Rome, the event is part of the manifestations of interest announced by the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia and is part of the National Promotion and Enhancement 2019 project. Made with the contribution of the Culture and Art Foundation, an instrumental body of the Third Pillar Foundation - International chaired by Prof. Avv. Emmanuele FM Emanuele and with the sponsorship of the Lazio Region

The exhibition will be open during opening hours and in the cost of the museum ticket.

Timetable and tickets


Via di Villa Giulia, 9
00196 Roma


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