Art Exhibitions in Rome. Spring 2022

Carta Coreana – Hanji 11/12/2021 – 22/05/2022 Museo Carlo Bilotti Aranciera di Villa Borghese 50 artists are working with Hanji paper made at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome, the only place in Europe where it is produced. Contemporary art works, painting and drawing but also sculptures, photography and multimedia installations. These artists have tackled Korean Hanji paper, also known as the “paper of a … Continue reading Art Exhibitions in Rome. Spring 2022

His Majesty Mezcal or how a brutal spirit became the top of sophistication

Mixology lives its own life, develops, creates new trends, has its own different directions. A cocktail can be elegant or casual, discreet or bold, trendy or timeless. For a long time, the most trendy drink has been a cocktail with Mezcal. This spirit with Mexican roots has been known to the world since ancient times, obtained by distilling fermented Agave Juice, “mezcal” is produced only … Continue reading His Majesty Mezcal or how a brutal spirit became the top of sophistication

Letter from Christina Rusu, Editor-In-Chief

Dear friends,this time our Spring release is going to be different. We, as any business should, develop, expand our audience, work on mistakes and weaknesses, set new goals, achieve them and never stop dreaming! This release turned out to be especially refined, sophisticated, but with a strong character and clear positions. I know it’s not the right time, but I want us to celebrate life, … Continue reading Letter from Christina Rusu, Editor-In-Chief

Art exhibitions in Rome, winter 2022

The first personal exhibition of internationally renowned contemporary Chinese artist Cao Fei is on at MAXXI. Supernova is a reflection on the changes that took us to the new millennium at hardly bearable speed, on fantasy and life, real and virtual, memory and future: the global tendencies told from China’s point of view. Visit until 8 May 2022. Good News. Women in Architecture show at … Continue reading Art exhibitions in Rome, winter 2022

The 23-year lost is back

Gustav Klimt’s “Portrait of a Lady” (1917) will finally be unveiled to the public this October at the Museum Of Rome in Palazzo Braschi. The portrait was initiallly set to be exhibited earlier, but the opening was delayed due to the pandemic. The legendary art work will be exhibited for the first time following its dramatic discovery in 2019, within the walls of the gallery … Continue reading The 23-year lost is back

Art exhibitions in Rome, fall 2021

An exhibition – The Yōkai Parade – is on display at The Japanese Institute of Culture in Rome. The show tells the history of Yōkai – supernatural creatures of Japanese mythology, spirits, and ghosts embodying the forces of nature. Originating in Japanese culture around 1000 years ago, these exotic monsters have been traveling from ancient scrolls to modern anime and manga eventually becoming an ordinary part of … Continue reading Art exhibitions in Rome, fall 2021

Art exhibitions in Rome, summer 2021

After a long covid-pause, museums and galleries in Rome have finally reopened their halls. Touch the wood. Surreal Generation has prepared a short selection of art exhibitions in Rome for the upcoming summer. Archaeology Now, a personal exhibition of Damien Hirst, is on at Galleria Borghese. Over 80 objects from two series were inserted between the pieces of the permanent collection throughout the halls of … Continue reading Art exhibitions in Rome, summer 2021

Make It Casual

Jewelry for every day is a special chapter in the art of jewelry: progressive solutions, technical leaps and bounds, and of course, comfort. Everyday jewelry should be comfortable – this is the most important quality and will be prioritized, followed by versatility and… character. The last one is very difficult to convey, but sometimes jewelry for every day indeed carries more meaning and personality than … Continue reading Make It Casual

Much ado about nothing

The new measure announced yesterday also determines the closure of bars and restaurants at 18:00. After hours of negotiation with the Italian regions that wanted assistance for the owners of the hospitality businesses, this new decree in force until November, 24th was signed.Although curfew has been avoided at a national level, it is already carried out in regions such as Lazio, Campania, Sicily, Calabria, and … Continue reading Much ado about nothing

Slow coffee in Rome. Sant’Eustachio

SURREAL GENERATION had the pleasure to be invited for breakfast at the legendary Roman coffee bar Sant’Eustachio. Over a cup of espresso, we had a conversation with Raimondo, the owner, about the culture of coffee, its history, and the life-long passion for it.  “Why do people spend time choosing a restaurant, when they want to have dinner out, but to have a coffee they just … Continue reading Slow coffee in Rome. Sant’Eustachio