Exhibition “Steno, l’arte di far ridere”
12 April - 5 June
One of the most prolific and eclectic directors in Italy, along with Monicelli, Risi and Comencini, Stefano Vanzina, known as Steno, is one of the fathers of Italian comedy. The one hundredth anniversary of his birth (January 19th 2017) is being celebrated with an exhibition dedicated to his work, titled “Steno, the art of making people laugh. Once upon a time, there was Steno’s Italy. And it’s still there”.
It will be inaugurated on April 12th at the Galleria Nazionale D’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Rome, where it will remain on display through June 5th.
How to reach us
Metro: Line A – Flaminio stop (about 600 metres)
Tram: 3 and19, Viale delle Belle Arti
Bus: 61 – 89 – 160 – 490 – 495, M, Piazzale del Fiocco
Train: Line Rome – Viterbo – Flaminio Station
Tuesday to Sunday 8:30 am to 7:30 pm
Last admission 45 minutes before closing
Every Monday, 1st of January, 1st of May, 25th of December