At Palazzo Bonaparte, Spazio Generali Valore Cultura, an exhibition for children and for fans of all ages dedicated to the most famous bricks in the world.
Until 19 April
The Arthemisia exhibition, in collaboration with RomaBrick, presents in small scale detailed reproductions of fantastic worlds made in tens of square meters with LEGO: from the frenzy of the contemporary city to the legendary adventures of pirates; from medieval landscapes to the splendor of the monuments of Ancient Rome with a faithful reproduction of the Forum of Augustus; from conquering space to reproducing an arctic landscape to a spectacular scenario of Liberation Day.
Among the different set-ups there are also the canvases inspired by the great masterpieces of art reinterpreted and transformed into “lego men” created by the artist Stefano Bolcato who loves to combine his passion for the game of art, creating inspired assembled forms, in particular, from the “magnetism” of the Renaissance portraits.
The exhibition boasts a partnership with “Legolize”, the humorous page that creates comic installations using the famous bricks.
PALAZZO BONAPARTE. Piazza Venezia, 5. Information and reservations: Tel. 068715111. Admission: full €12, reduced €10. Opening time: Monday to Friday 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. (the ticket office closes 1h before).