Palazzo Falconieri Via Giulia, 1
The contemporary art exhibition “Metamorphosis” of the Collegium Hungaricum in Rome is available online since 18 January. The exhibition which presents the special world of transformations, can be also visited at the Collegium Hungaricum from 3 February.
The works of Elizabeth Palásti, a Hungarian painter living in Rome and Italian artists Giuseppe Colacino and Giosuè Cannizzaro can be seen in the gallery of the Palazzo Falconeri from 3 February to 31 March.
In the short film accompanying the exhibition, the curator of the project, Francesca Pietracci gives a virtual guide to visitors.
The Collegium Hungaricum in Rome has a long tradition of organizing joint projects of Hungarian and Italian artists, creating a cultural dialogue between the two countries.
„ The exhibition “Metamorphosis” revolves around the issue of change. It is particularly timely since after this difficult, challenging year we want to enter 2021 with new momentum and the joy of rebirth." - emphasis Gábor Kudar, director of the Collegium Hungaricum in Rome, in the virtual guide of the exhibition.