In May, everything seems possible: every tree is covered with leaves, the gardens are an explosion of flowers and every morning, the windows open onto the blue sky.
And then it’s a month that begins with a day of celebration, how can you not love it?
16.12.21 – 29.05.22 CAO FEI. SUPERNOVA. MAXXI
Extended to May 29, Cao Fei’s exhibition is an in-depth reflection on the changes between past and future, tradition and novelty.
Born in 1978, the Chinese artist originally from Guangzhou, she is mainly concerned with contemporary China’s rapid cultural, social, and environmental changes. Her work has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale.
28.04.22 – 12.06.22 WORLD PRESS PHOTO. PALAZZO DELLE ESPOSIZIONI
Preview presentation of the finalist photos of the prestigious award won in 2022 by Amber Bracken.
Her snapshot brings to light the story of indigenous children who died at Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, Canada.
01.05.22 CONCERTO DEL PRIMO MAGGIO. PIAZZA SAN GIOVANNI
The biggest free music event in Europe, a square packed with partying people and live TV. The three components that make the Roman May Day unforgettable forever. For more info, click here.
01.05.22 MERCATINO DI PORTA PORTESE
A dip in the past, including objects, antiques, clothes and much more. But beware: the market takes place only in the morning.
09.04.22 – 29.06.22 VITTORIO GASSMAN, IL CENTENARIO. AUDITORIUM PARCO DELLA MUSICA/GARAGE
Cinema, theatre, TV and poetry in an exhibition dedicated to Vittorio for the 100th anniversary of his birth.
A tribute to his talent and culture, his artistic and human path. The sons of the great actor also curate the show.
09.05.22 PAT METHENY. AUDITORIUM PARCO DELLA MUSICA
A contemporary jazz legend, guitarist Pat Metheny, returns to Italy to present his latest project, “Side Eye”, a constantly evolving musical experiment that features multiple collaborations with young international artists. On stage with drummer Marcus Gilmore and pianist James Francies.
PARCO REGIONALE DELL’APPIA ANTICA. TOUR IN BICICLETTA
With its 4,580 hectares, it is the largest urban protected area in Europe and winds from the city centre towards the Roman castles.
Various paths can be followed, including the remains of imperial villas and Roman aqueducts, historic agricultural estates and farm animals. To visit both for a walk and a picnic or an electric bike tour.