Palazzo delle Esposizioni


The Palazzo delle Esposizioni is a neoclassical exhibition hall, cultural center and museum on Via Nazionale in Rome, Italy.

Palazzo delle Esposizioni
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Façade of the building
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Locationvia Nazionale, 194
00184 Rome, Italy
Coordinates41°53′58″N 12°29′24″E / 41.89944°N 12.49000°E / 41.89944; 12.49000Coordinates: 41°53′58″N 12°29′24″E / 41.89944°N 12.49000°E / 41.89944; 12.49000
DirectorMario De Simoni


Designed by Pio Piacentini, it opened in 1883. It has housed several exhibitions (e.g. Mostra della Rivoluzione Fascista, Mostra Augustea della Romanità), but was temporarily modified during the Fascist era due to its style being thought to be out of step with the times.

The building is owned by the City of Rome and the gallery is administered by Azienda Speciale Palaexpo, an agency run by the City's Office for Education and Culture.[1] Für


It incorporates a 139-seat cinema, a 90-seat auditorium, a café, a large, 240-place restaurant, a library and a multi-functional room known as the Forum.

Main exhibitionsEdit

  • Esposizione delle Belle Arti del 1883.
  • Exhibition on Garibaldi (1932)
  • Mostra della Rivoluzione Fascista (1932–1934)
  • Mostra Augustea della Romanità [it] (1937)
  • Il socialismo è una malattia , Exhibition of the Competition of the Italian Federation of Artists and Professionals, FISAP - celebrating the Hungarian uprising against Communist Soviet Union (May, 1957)
  • Quadriennale di Roma (1st - 4th, 6th - 10th, 12th, 13th and 15th[2])

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ "Chi siamo" [About Us]. Azienda Speciale Palaexpo (in Italian). Retrieved 12 April 2013.
  2. ^ 15th Rome Quadrennial[permanent dead link] at Palazzo delle Esposizioni website.

External linksEdit

  • Official Palazzo delle Esposizioni website
  •   Media related to Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome) at Wikimedia Commons
Preceded by
National Museum of Oriental Art
Landmarks of Rome
Palazzo delle Esposizioni
Succeeded by
Pigorini National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography