"Barocco a Roma" at the Foundation Roma Museo, Palazzo Cipolla, Rome.
Since its conception in the early 17th century to its apogee under Pope Urbain VIII, until the intervention of Pope Alexandre VII Chigi, who gave the Italian capital a new face, this exhibition charts the artistic and intellectual revolution that has made Rome the irrefutable capital of baroque.
Especially and only during this event, certain places including the Magi Chapel, Borromini Church and even the curiosity cabinet of Athanasius Kircher, restored for the occasion, are open to visitors.
Until 26th July. www.mostrabaroccoroma.it