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Pixar's Exhibition

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Rome from 09 October 2018 till 20 January 2019 With over 400 drawings, sculptures, sketches, collages and storyboards and a huge selection of video material, Pixar. 30 years of animation, an exhibition curated by Elyse Klaidman and by Maria Grazia Mattei for the Italian edition, takes you on a gripping tour of the Pixar Studios, plunging you into the creative universe of Pixar. And it is now coming to the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome!

Hiroshige

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Hiroshige. Visioni dal Giappone Scuderie del Quirinale 1st March till July 29th 2018 The exhibition includes a selection of about 230 works from prestigious collections that come from Italy, Japan and the United States, giving you a unique chance to admire the naturistic theme explored by Hiroshige’s skillful and refined taste.

Ice Cream Festival Rome

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Rome Villa Borghese ( Magnolia street) From 28th April till 01th May 2018 Now in its 9th edition, the Gelato Festival is the most important event dedicated to the world of Italian gelato. A European competition that recognises the best Italian and foreign gelato artisans and the flavours they create for the tour. A festival "on the road" that from April to September travels through Italy and the rest of Europe bringing goodness, joy, experience, culture.

„The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains“

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Macro Museum from 18January till 01th July 2018. Rome Show The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains "Epoch-making retrospective to 50 years from the birth of one of the most innovative and influential musical groups in history, in January it arrives in Rome after London, critically acclaimed, the exhibition The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains."

TURNER

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TURNER. Works by Tate | Exhibition Chiosco del Bramante For the first time on show in Rome a collection of exclusive works by the English artist Joseph Mallord William Turner from 22 March to 26 August 2018 at the Chiostro del Bramante. A unique collection, expression of the intimate and private side of J.M.W. TURNER (23 April 1775 - 19 December 1851), donated entirely to England and kept at the Tate Britain in London, and with this exhibition marks the beginning of an important collaboration with the Cloister of Bramante.

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