If you come to Rome to see its monumental wonders you can not miss Villa Adriana in Tivoli. It is the villa that the emperor Hadrian built for himself and his court in the Tiburtine countryside. Unique testimony for its spaciousness, architectural characteristic and its beautiful and still preserved decorations. Today it is an extraordinary and immense park dotted with magnificent Roman ruins, spas and eighteenth-century farmhouses, in an atmosphere that still retains much of its ancient charm … logically all this sleeping at the B & B Casa der Poeta
Roma Mostra The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains
Dal 18/01/2018 al 01/07/2018
- Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma
The Pink Floyd have produced some of the most legendary images of pop culture: from cows to the prism of The Dark Side of the Moon, up to the pink pig on the Battersea Power Station and the “Marching Hammers”. Their personal vision of the world has been realized thanks to creatives like the modern Surrealist and longtime collaborator Storm Thorgerson, the satirical illustrator Gerald Scarfe and the psychedelic lighting pioneer Peter Wynne-Wilson.
The exhibition itinerary that guides the visitor following a chronological order, is always accompanied by the music and voices of past and present members of Pink Floyd, including Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Richard Wright, Nick Mason and David Gilmour. The highlight is the Performance Zone, where visitors enter an immersive audiovisual space, which includes the recreation of the last concert of the four members of the band at the 2005 Live 8 with Comfortably Numb, specially mixed with the avant-garde AMBEO audio technology 3D of the Sennheiser, in addition to the video, exclusively for Rome, of One Of These Days, taken from the historic performance of the group in Pompeii