A new project in Rome is about to open this April, and its sheer size puts even the Sistine Chapel to shame. The largest public art work in the city since the completion of Michaelangelo’s masterpiece, William Kentridge’s 1,800-foot-long, 33-foot-high frieze, entitled Triumphs and Laments: A Project for the City of Rome, will adorn the embankment walls along the Tiber River… Read more 

Image: Marcello Melis