Rome in the Dark Room. Photographs of the city from the nineteenth century to today

Museo di Roma a Palazzo Braschi – Piazza Navona, 2 - Roma
From the 27/03/2019 to the 22/09/2019
The exhibition intends to present photographic art in Rome covering a time span ranging from the birth of photography to the present day.
The photographic art in Rome was born very early: already in 1839, the year of the presentation of Daguerre at the Paris Academy of Sciences of the system he invented to fix the images on a silver foil, as to operate the first daguerreotypes. In the past years a photograph has been photographed from a negative, which will also be made of paper and then topped with glass.

From Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 19:00
Last entry at 18:00. Closing days: Monday (except for Monday 22nd of April 2019 - Easter Monday - when the museum will be open to the public) and the first of May

Full € 10.00
Reduced € 8.00

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