The rooms in the Palazzo delle Esposizioni's rotunda are hosting a replay of six exhibitions held in Rome between the 1950s and the 2000s together with a tribute to an art photographer.
The idea is to allow the visitor to stroll through the exhibition landscapes of a city capable of renewing its contemporary calling in a constantly changing pattern.
- Titina Maselli, Galleria La Tartaruga 1955
- Giulio Paolini, Galleria La Salita 1964
- Fabro. Concetto spaziale d’après Watteau, 1967-71 / Corona di piombo, 1968-71 / L'Italia d'oro / Alluminio e seta naturale, 1971, "Informazioni sulla presenza Italiana", a restrospective curated by Achille Bonito Oliva, Incontri Internazionali d'Arte 1971
- Carlo Maria Mariani. La costellazione del Leone, Galleria Gian Enzo Sperone 1981
- Jan Vercruysse, Tombeaux (Stanza), Galleria Pieroni 1990
- Myriam Laplante. Elisir, a cura di Lorenzo Benedetti e di Teresa Macrì, Fondazione Volume! e The Gallery Apart, 2004
A Tribute to Sergio Pucci, a photographer who has devoted most of his career to photographing exhibitions.
The aim is to showcase the leading players, places and institutions that turned Rome, after World War II, into a vibrant centre of contemporary culture, repeating the initiative every year in the summer months by reviving different exhibitions.