Nino Manfredi : Photographic Exhibition
In exhibition until 06 January 2015
At the Museum “Palazzo Braschi” from 13/11/2014 until 06/01/2015 a photographic exhibition in honor of Nino Manfredi, on the 10th anniversary of his death.
A trip through the most significant moments of his private and artistic life.
The exhibition, offered by Manfredi’s family in occasion of his 10th year of his death, aims to cover his most important films through the use of photographic shots of his films, with the use of music and a documentary made by his son, Luca, in order to represent his highest artistic moments and of his private life.
Limited Traffic Zone and Parking
The historic center of Rome is the Limited Traffic Zone and is forbidden to circulate with cars during the following times:
Times of the Day
Monday to Friday: from 06:30 to 19:00
Saturday: from 14:00 to 19:00
Times of the Night
Friday to Saturday: from 23:00 to 03:00
Motorcycles has free access to the Limited Traffic Zone.
Locanda Colosseo is located in a limited traffic zone, via Cavour, the road is passable only from Termini Station at Via dei Serpenti (150 meters away from us), and is bounded by the area of Rione Monti is the LTZ.
The cost of Parking on Via Cavour in the areas bounded by blue lines, is 1.50 € per hour.
Locanda Colosseo recommends our guest a guarded parking nearby, Garage Esquilino which is located in Via Paolina 19, for bookings phone +39 06.48.68.01
Car: 18 €
9 people car: 30 €
Camper: 50 €
LIMITED TRAFFIC ZONE MAP
Andy Warhol: Palazzo della Cipolla
Exibition until 28 of September 2014
Andy Warhol by Brant Foundation is a rare opportunity for the public to be able to see one of the most important groups of works by the artist father of American Pop Art, collected not by a simple collector, but as a character, Peter Brant, a close friend of Warhol, with whom he shared the years artistically and culturally vibrant New York in the 60′s and 70′s. Yet twenty years old in 1967 Peter Brant bought his first work of Warhol, a drawing of the famous Campbell’s Soup, starting what would become one of the most important contemporary art collections in the world.
The exhibition is part of Warhol’s early drawings by illustrator and ending with the spectacular Last Suppers and self-portraits by going through the most iconic works such as the Electric Chairs, the large portrait of Mao, the flowers and one of the most famous masterpieces by Warhol Shot Blue Marilyn , the portrait of the famous American actress between the eyes with the sign of a restored gunfire exploded from a friend of the artist in 1964, Brant would later bought for $ 5,000 in 1967 with the proceeds of a small investment. Through masterpieces and works by lesser-known but equally amazing, as a series of Polaroid never seen before in Europe, the exhibition tells the Brant Foundation is not just the star of Warhol’s art world and the market but also the intimate Warhol, friend, the man.
Frida Kahlo: Scuderie del Quirinale
Until 31 of August 2014
Frida Kahlo, the rebel, the ocultadora, the ironic pasionaria art, was the symbol of the avant-garde and artistic exuberance of Mexican culture of the twentieth century.
The exhibition at the Quirinal Stables, presents the entire artistic career of Frida Kahlo brings together the masterpieces of the main collections, public and private collections, from Mexico, Europe and the United States. Over 40 extraordinary masterpieces, including the famous “Self-portrait with thorn necklace and hummingbird”1940, for the first time exhibited in Italy, or the “Self-portrait with velvet dress” 1926, painted just 19 years and performed for the beloved Alejandro Gomez Arias, where its elongated neck recovers the aesthetics of Parmigianino and Modigliani.
A selection of drawings complete the project, including Sketch for “Henry Ford Hospital” in 1932, the famous plaster corset that Frida was held prisoner in the last few difficult years of his illness and that the artist decorated with a series of painted symbols and, finally, some exceptional photographs, in particular those made by Nickolas Muray, including Frida Kahlo on white bench in 1938 which later became a famous cover of Vogue magazine.
The main theme is, therefore, self-representation that Frida processes through the languages of the protagonists of the various epochs and that gives us the very special meaning as shown in the transmission of values iconographic, psychological and cultural.