A complex intersection of the elevated expressway that characterizes the boundary of the Pigneto neighborhood, one of the more interesting multi-cultural and multi-ethnic areas of the city.
The Roman Temple of Hadrian from the 2nd century a.d. is now the location of exhibitions and events; here on the occasion of ROMA CONTEMPORARY Art Fair.
Exhibition view of Roman artist Felice Levini in the Gallery of Art of Temple University Rome.
View of the Synagogue, located in the heart of the Jewish Ghetto, seen from the Tiber River, on the occasion of a canoe race.
Corviale housing project – also known by the Romans as the “Serpent” – is a kilometer-long building on the Via Portuense, completed in 1972 by the Istituto Autonomo per le Case Popolari as part of the regional plan to alleviate crowding in the city center.
Roman acqueduct in the Mandrione neighborhood.
Lucy Clink, Trees Along Potomac, 2006, linen on wood, 15x13".
Performance artist in the Baroque Piazza Navona, with Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s Four Rivers Fountain as a backdrop.
Ponte della Musica, the bridge that connects the Prati neighborhood and the contemporary art and architecture axis of MAXXI – Auditorium Parco della Musica.
Piazza del Popolo – for centuries the main entry into the city of Rome – hosts a temporary exhibition of trash art.
Entrance to MACRO Testaccio.
The satellite space of the MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, located in a former slaughterhouse in the Testaccio neighborhood, now an up and coming area for night life and culture.
Pietro Ruffo, Revolution Globe, 2011, gesso, acrylic and intaglio on paper,
Food stall in the vibrant and multi-ethnic market of Piazza Vittorio.
Islamic Mosque designed by Paolo Portoghesi and inaugurated in 1995.
Lining up for tickets at MAXXI.
MAXXI Museum of Twenty-First Century Art and Architecture, designed by Zaha Hadid and inaugurated in 2010 with a continuous exhibition program of the most recent creative expressions.
MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art of the City of Rome, located in a former Peroni beer bottling factory in the Nomentano neighborhood of Rome, and the expansion designed by French architect Odile Decq and inaugurated in 2010.
Auditorium Parco della Musica music hall designed by Renzo Piano and inaugurated in 2002.
Ara Pacis Museum, designed by Richard Meier in 2000, location of the Ara Pacis Augustea, the masterpiece of Roman relief sculpture.
Food stall on Campo dei Fiori.
The modern colosseum: Industrial architecture provides the backdrop in the Ostiense neighborhood, one of the more up and coming areas for night life and youth culture. Here the Gasometer, built In 1936 for the Romana Gas Company.
View of the Colosseum, the eternal symbol of Rome: While stands the Coliseum, Rome shall stand; / When falls the Coliseum, Rome shall fall; / And when Rome falls - the World.”
Millenium or Jubilee Church Dio Padre Misericordioso designed by Richard Meier for the Tor Tre Teste neighborhood and inaugurated in 2003.
Discover the graffiti and street art that decorate many areas of the city. Wall painted by Blu and Etnik at the Forte Prenestino social center.
Pantheon dome seen from the rotunda, with its spectacular pattern of coffering and plays of light.
Discover the graffiti and street art that decorate many areas of the city. Here Hall of Fame, in the Testaccio neighborhood.
Exhibition view, LINK: Gabriele Basch and Alfredo Pirri Installation view, Gallery of Art, Temple University Rome
Stadio dei Marmi sport stadium in the Foro Mussolini, one of the more noteworthy examples of Fascist architecture from the 1930s.
A view into the Palazzo della Civiltà Romana in E.U.R., the neighborhood designed to host the unrealized 1942 World Fair.
Exhibition view, with paintings of Luis Serrano, Gallery of Art of Temple University Rome.
Senatvs PopolvsQve Romanvs –
The Sentate and People of Rome – SPQR is the Latin acronym and the logo of Republican Rome.