Until February 18, 2018 in theBrasini wing of the Vittoriano complex there is the exhibition "The Great Masters. 100 Years of Leica photography”Which pays tribute to the first 35mm film camera, to vintage photography and to all the artists who have used the Leica from the 1920s to the present day, celebrating their images.
There photo exhibition contains over 350 works of the greatest and most prestigious authors, from Henri Cartier-Bresson to Gianni Berengo Gardin, from William Klein to Robert Frank, to Robert Capa to Elliott Erwitt and many others. Dozens of original documents, magazines and rare books, vintage photographs, period cameras, make up this rich exhibition that will occupy the rooms of the Complesso del Vittoriano in Rome in its unique and exceptional Italian stop. The exhibition is promoted and realized by Arthemisia and Contrasto.
The 16 sections that follow one another in chronological and thematic order, are curated by Hans Michael Koetzle, photo critic. The visitor will be taken to a journey into the technological revolution of Leica, section after section, image after image, to immerse oneself in the testimony of the camera most used in communication of the last century.
Monday to Thursday 9:30 am - 7:30 pm
Friday and Saturday 9:30 - 22:00
Sunday 9:30 - 20:30
(the ticket office closes one hour before)
Full € 12.00
Reduced € 10.00
University students € 6.00 (every Tuesday except public holidays)
Telephone (info and reservations): 06 8715111
In our opinion it is a perfect visit to spend Sunday afternoons, perhaps after having been to the Brunch of the Enoteca Ferrara!