MEJOR TARIFA GARANTIZADA
Rome’s art agenda
If you want to immerse yourself in the Beauty of the Eternal City, Eitch Borromini is the best place to do it from – in every way and with all senses. From the visible Navona Square to the underground one, of the antique Dioclaziano’s Stadium; from the architectural works – starting with our own building – to the sculptural ones in the Square or reachable around us; from the nearby antique and modern Art collections to the skyline from our Rooftop, the fine fragrances chosen for our environments and the flavours of “Borromini terrace” – the Art Gallery Restaurant that we have told you on these pages.
Past, present and future in the same space in the heart of Rome. City which, from now to the next Spring, houses a very special tour and ten exhibitions that we went to discover for you. In the closing time order, to let you plan as best as possible your ‘Roman holidays’ and your stay at Eitch.
The time travel
Until the 31st of December 2023, at the Imperial Forums archeological area, the most “adventurous” guests can enjoy a real moving show, on board a silent and ecological of 16 seats, through the masterpieces of the antique City as they appeared two thousand years ago.
We are talking about original architectures’ splendid 3D reconstructions on the screens applied to the windows while a system of tendons allows you to compare present and past buildings. And we are talking abour a patent thanks to which it is possible to synchronize velocity and position in the real and virtual space, to reproduce every move and every curve of the vehicle.
Visor free technology, three GPS, a surface laser and much more, to take you from Venezia Square and the Forums to Circus Maximus and the Colosseum imperial Rome.
The ten exhibitions
Always until the end of the year, at Villa Torlonia Museums, ancient Pompei and Roman lighting systems. With more than 180 original including oil lamps, candlesticks, torches, light supports, statues and sculptures, many of which have never been exhibited to the public.
Until January 7th 2024, at the ‘Museo di Roma’ in the Trastevere neighborhood, the first Italian retrospective on Philippe Halsman: 100 portraits of twentieth-century personalities, from rulers and heads of State to movie stars and artists – including the friend Salvador Dalì.
Until January 21st, at the Capitoline Museums nearby Venezia Square, about 1.800 archeological finds so far preserved at the Celio Antiquarium and now exhibited for the first time.
Until January 28th, at the Tiburtina Station Square, more than 100 works of Bansky: alongside the most famous pieces like ‘Girl with Balloon’, ‘Flower Thrower’ and ‘Mobile Lovers’, a video section containing some animated works and the story of the murals.
With the same closing date, at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, the most important retrospective till now on the works of the photographer and photojournalist Don McCullin from the 1950s to the 2000s, including the sequence about the remains of the Roman empire in the Mediterranean.
Until February 18th, at the Borghese Gallery, about 50 works of Rubens coming from the British Museum, Louvre, Met, Rijks and Prado Museums, London and Washington National Galleries and the Morgan Library – including some referred to the Master’s journey in Italy.
Until March 10th, at the Ara Pacis Museum, 230 photographs, magazines, documents and video retracing the work of Helmut Newton: known and unpublished images, including photo shoots made for the big Fashion Houses and collaborations with Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld.
Until March 17th, at the Infantry Museum, more than 250 works of Andy Warhol. Including about 70 silk-screen prints, most loved series, 24 signed porcelans, the Artist’s Gold Book and the sections dedicated to music, photography, editorial activities and experimental movies.
Until March 31st, at the Next Museum, the first multimedia Van Gogh exhibition, with a visit route of more than 1.000 square metres through 50 works reproduced with Virtual Reality and accompanied by classical music: more than an exhibition, an experience of true immersion in the works.
Last but not least, at the Bonaparte Mansion until April the 1st - and 100 years after his arrival in Rome, where he would live for a long time – the largest Escher exhibition ever done so far. With more than 300 famous and unknown works, including the ‘Emblemata’ and the 12 Roman nocturnes.
Beauty inside and Beauty around, from Winter to Spring celebrations: that’s what staying at Eitch means.