ACCESSIBLE ART through the streets of Rome downtown


RvB Arts opens the space for ‘Accessible Art’ at the center of the city. 

Invito-Mostra-ENCOUNTERS_Alessio-Deli-e-Francesco-Spirito_Ottobre-16_17_lightIn via delle Zoccolette 28 a new space launches with the exhibition Encounters, the bi-personal and Alessio Deli e Francesco Spirito curated by Michele von Büren, from Thursday 16 October until 22 November.

The exhibition is dedicated to the subtle link between two strong personalities: “Alessio Deli, in this new cycle of works dedicated to the theme of plants, directly evokes, through its technique made of welding, cutting and twisting the vigor and elegance of forms that emerge naturally from materials specifically sought. Francesco Spirito enters nell’intrigata plot instead of pomegranate juice extracting a still yet to be discovered”.

RVB_Roma_via-delle-zoccolette-photoRvB Arts is a Roman gallery that promotes the Accessible Art. Uncover emerging talent and organizes exhibitions and events in order to raise awareness of contemporary art in a fun and informal, making it even ‘affordable’ from the point of economically. 

Address: Via delle Zoccolette 28, 00186 Roma

Phone: +39 335 163 3518


Orario negozio: martedì-sabato 11:00 – 13:00; 16:00 – 19:30; domenica e lunedì chiuso

In partnership with RvB Arts gallery Laboratory (Via del Moro 49) on 16 October, from 18 to 22 pm., for the second day inaugurates the exhibition artisan MateriaMutata, with the work of Consuelo Iencenelli, Carolina Olcese, Mara van Wees: objects-sculptures made by three women makers. “What unites the Iencenelli, the Olcese and van Wees is a quality project with a strong collaborative that brings together, in the subject product, consistent aesthetic solutions to different functional needs. The main material component of their work, through the personal vision mute appearance depending on the characteristics and, in specific cases, the external conditions in which it is found. “

A little farther on is Valligiano Antiquariato is a well-known gallery in Rome since 1982, in the famous Via Giulia 193, offers antique Italian Alpine regions and beyond, including furniture of all types and objects cheerful and refined.

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