EXHIBITIONS

Since its inauguration in the year 2000, each December the Studium Urbis has organized a small exhibition on a topic about the city of Rome. Subjects of these exhibitions range from the history of maps of Rome and their authors to the city’s contemporary urban problems. Emphasis is placed on the visual illustration of the topic, using prints, maps, photographs and drawings. A short illustrated catalog, published in-house, accompanies each exhibition, and is available upon request.



ROMA ROSSINIANA – June 2016
19th Century views of Rome by Luigi Rossini

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ROMA PONTIFICATA – December 2015
The ancient bridges of Rome

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ROMA BUFALINIANA – December 2012
The first complete plan of Rome

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ROMA PIRANESIANA – December 2011
Piranesi’s plans of Rome

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ROMA 1849 – December 2009
Garibaldi and the city

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ROMA INGOMBRATA – December 2008
The cluttered city

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ROMA CAMBIATA I – December 2007
Early 20th century photographs published by Ernesto Richter

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ROMA GEODETICA – December 2006
I luoghi per la Misura

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ROMA RIPERCORSA – December 2005
Redefining lost urban connections

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ROMA CANCELLATA – December 2004
Public areas inaccessible to the public

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MEMORIA DI UN ARTISTA – December 2003
Albert Ceen 1903-2003: Celebrazione per il Centenario della nascita

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ROMA NOLLIANA –  June 2003
Exhibit for the Conference organized by the Studium Urbis in June 2003: Giambattista Nolli, Imago Urbis, and Rome

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MERIDIANO December 2002
Exhibit for the Conference organized by the Studium Urbis in June 2003: Giambattista Nolli, Imago Urbis, and Rome

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URBS NOVA December 2001
Master plans and the expansion of Rome 1870-2000

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ROMA DELINEATA December 2000
1748-1870: Ichnographic plans of the city

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