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It may be true that the Centrale Montemartini contains merely the leftover ancient statuary from the Musei Capitolini but, this being Rome, the dregs are...
Via Ostiense 106
Tucked away in a peaceful palazzo courtyard, this gallery - run by yet another member of the Bonomo dynasty - shows a mix of established Italian and...
Via del Gesù 62
Begun in 1608 by Flaminio Ponzio and continued by Jan van Santen (Italianised to Giovanni Vasanzio) upon his death, the Casino Borghese was designed to...
Piazzale del Museo Borghese 5
Saturday mornings are your only chance to see this splendid six-room gallery, completed in 1703 by Prince Filippo II Colonna, whose descendants still live...
Via della Pilotta 17
The illustrious Accademia di San Luca (patron saint of artists; St Luke was said to have painted the Virgin and Child from life), housed in Palazzo...
Piazza dell'Accademia 77
The collection of one of the great families of Rome's aristocracy (spelled either Pamphili or Pamphilj), now headed by two half-British siblings, is a very...
Piazza del Collegio Romano 2
Headed by the former director of a major London gallery, Lorcan O'Neill is perhaps Rome's most fashionable private gallery. Inaugurations of blue-chip...
Via Orti d'Alibert 1E
Several of the villas dotted around the park are the remains of a world exposition held here in 1911, and this neo-classical palace, dedicated to 19th- and...
Viale delle Belle Arti 131
Right beneath one of Catholic Rome's holiest relics - the Scala Santa - lies a truly unique Roman institution, the non-profit gallery Sala 1. The stunning...
Piazza di Porta San Giovanni 10
What used to be one of Trastevere's hippest art galleries has now moved to the relatively quiet Celio district, where it continues to show rising young...
Via dei Querceti 4-5
Art, Attractions, Museums
Time was when this ornate gem of a palace contained one of Rome's most charming little museums; but staffing cuts and general neglect by authorities (the...
Piazza Capo di Ferro 3
Situated behind the trendy restaurant 'Gusto, this classic gallery has been showing the work of well-known artists since 1967.
Via della Frezza 51
This stylish gallery focuses mostly on photography and installation art. Pierre & Gilles and Tracey Moffat had their first Italian shows here.
Via di Monserrato 23
In the 1950s, La Nuova Pesa organised the first post-war Italian shows of Picasso, Gris and Léger. The gallery now works with upcoming Roman artists and big...
Via del Corso 530
This branch of a 12-year-old Trieste gallery shows a roster of successful artists, whose bold work is often focused on the pop genre or photography.
Via di Montoro 10