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Juan Araujo:

Clouds and Shadows on mars

From 28 March to 28 May 2024

Palazzo Massimo

Palazzo Massimo

Largo di Villa Peretti, 2, Rome

Open now from 09:30 to 19:00

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The exhibition, conceived specifically for the National Roman Museum - Palazzo Massimo - and in dialogue with its collection, in particular with the group of Roman frescoes, is the first solo exhibition of the artist Juan Araújo in a museum institution in Italy. Specifically designed for this space, the exhibition not only engages with the collection's Roman frescoes, but also challenges conventional notions of time and space. The inclusion of references to the solar system in Araújo's works acts as a reminder of the temporal and spatial vastness that transcends human civilizations. By placing these celestial representations in juxtaposition with the historical heritage of the museum, removed from its original context and placed in a palace, Araújo invites the public to reflect on the ephemeral nature of human existence and the perenniality of the universe. This dialogue between the distant past and the present, between classical art and modern abstractions, offers a new perspective on our place in the cosmos and in history.
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Largo di Villa Peretti, 2, Rome, Italy

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Opening hours

opens - closes last entry
monday Closed now
tuesday 09:30 - 19:00
wednesday 09:30 - 19:00
thursday 09:30 - 19:00
friday 09:30 - 19:00
saturday 09:30 - 19:00
sunday 09:30 - 19:00

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