Touring Exhibitions

International exhibitions that you can host at your museum
We tailor each exhibition to the needs of your museum

Our curators will adapt the exhibition to your audience, customizing the exhibition structure, adding new themes or artworks. Our architects will resize the exhibition to your museum spaces.

Our exhibitions encompass a broad spectrum of themes, from archaeology to fine arts, from science to design, from the history of human cultures to contemporary art.

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Touring Exhibitions

The Etruscans

Among the great civilizations that populated the coasts of the Mediterranean, the Etruscan population is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating, but still one of the least known to the general public. Through +150 original artifacts rarely seen outside of Italy from leading Etruscan collections, suggestive environments and innovative multimedia devices, this unique exhibition brings to light the history of this extraordinary civilization in its evolution, from the 9th century BCE, up to the dominion of the Roman Empire in the 1st century BCE.

Pompeii. Splendour and Death Under the Volcano

In 79 AD, Mount Vesuvius erupted in one of the most infamous catastrophes of ancient history, resulting in the burial of the Roman cities of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Stabiae and Oplontis. Through a special selection of original artifacts from the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Italy, and immersive environments, this new international exhibition unveils the untold tale of the heroic rescue attempt launched by Pliny the Elder, the latest knowledge that recent excavations have unearthed and the complex phenomena related to volcanism and bradyseism from a scientific perspective.

Venice Queen of the Sea

Venice is a truly, marvelous city – there is simply no place like it on earth. The city’s destiny, fate and fortune were, and are, intrinsically linked to the sea waters that flow around it. This compelling exhibition recounts the scintillating story of Venice as a super power through the lens of its rapport with the sea. It is both a maritime story and a legendary story, it is a story told through the display of a selection of marvellous artworks from Venetian museums, evocative set design and immersive, multimedia content curated by major experts on Venetian history, art, architecture and culture.

Knights in Armor

Through the display of +130 extraordinary original objects drawn from the extensive collection of the Museum Stibbert, the exhibition Knights in Armor features stunning masterpieces of European arms and armor, dating from the Medieval and Renaissance ages to the Romantic revival of the Medieval of the 1800s.  Themes of jousts and tournaments, military status and the historical context in which the objects were made and used are addressed, as the figure of the knight often hidden beneath his armor is revealed.

India, Reflections of Sacred Worlds

This suggestive exhibition intends to illustrate the three ancient religions – Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism – born on Indian soil and the interconnected religious impulses that flow across the huge sub-continent like its vital rivers. Despite similar aspects, each religion has developed its own interpretation of the sacred world and its own rituals and ceremonies. Created in collaboration with the Museum of Civilizations in Rome, Italy,  the exhibition features about 150 original objects from the museum’s renowned and extensive collection, spanning 1300 years of Indian art.

Gladiators, Heroes of the Colosseum

Forever immortalized in the popular imagination, the gladiator locked in mortal combat for the entertainment of the crowds in the Colosseum is a perpetually irresistible figure to a large spectrum of audience. Many are aware of the life and death theatrics, but few know of the behind-the-scenes intricacies of this particular world of specialization, training, discipline, regulation, peril, but also hope of fame, redemption, even wealth and freedom. Curated by PhD Rossella Rea – former director of the Colosseum in Rome, this large-scale international exhibition aims to illustrate this compelling and fascinating world in its myriad of complexities.

Egyptian Mummies and Eternal Life

In collaboration with the National Archaeological Museum of Florence, Italy, this special exhibition features more than 100 exceptional original artifacts, including mummies, painted sarcophagi and burial items that evoke the mythical, mysterious landscape of the tombs and pyramids of ancient Egypt. For centuries, the culture of Ancient Egypt has fascinated and intrigued the contemporary imagination in many of its manifestations: its architectural monuments, the artistic splendors of the treasures of the mighty Pharaohs, but also in its system of religious beliefs based on an afterlife.

Escape from Pompeii. The Untold Roman Rescue

Through +100 original archaeological artifacts from leading Italian museums and archaeological parks,  this world-class exhibition reveals the untold story of Pompeii narrated by Pliny the Elder, and highlights how the Roman navy came to dominate the Mediterranean, and how this control created a boom never seen again in thousands of years in maritime trade. Innovative multimedia devices, suggestive video-projections and 3D reconstructions guide visitors into this enthralling journey back in 79 CE.


Drawing from the rich and varied Japanese collection of the Stibbert Museum located in Florence Italy, this exhibition features some 100 exquisite objects related to the legendary Samurai warriors – full suits of Samurai armor, helmets, swords, sword-guards, saddles to be sure – but also exquisite objects intended for more personal use such as lacquered boxes, incense trays and delicate vases that characterize the period in which Japan was ruled by the Samurai military class that embodied the ideals of the code of Bushido (Way of the Warrior).

Julius Caesar. Triumph and Death of a Roman Conqueror

Julius Caesar is one of the most influential and significant characters in the history of Rome, he was a cunning politician, a skilled orator, a ruthless leader.  Under his leadership, the process of transforming Rome from a Republic into the greatest Empire of the ancient Western world began. His assassination completely changed the history of the Western world and, still today, keeps on sparking an enormous interest as one of history’s most famous and fascinating “thrillers”.

Football. The Passion for the World Cup

This special exhibition retraces the most important steps in the evolution of football: from its origins and official birth with codified rules, to the development of the sport at an international level, finally arriving in the modern era with the most famous championship ever, the FIFA World Cup.

Through a unique selection of original objects – vintage photographs, memorabilia, original posters, uniforms, mascots – but also immersive rooms, multimedia interactive devices, historical and modern videos, this one-of-a-kind exhibition attests to the feats and milestones of many great champions and evokes the deep and true passion for the most beautiful game of all times.

From Degas to Warhol

This evocative exhibition offers a rare opportunity to display to new audiences in Europe and abroad a special selection of some 60 masterpieces from a stellar collection conserved in South Africa. The masterful works on display – landscapes by Turner, Monet and Courbet, a charcoal drawing by van Gogh, lithographs by Matisse and Lichtenstein, delicate pastel on paper by Degas – are but a few examples of the breadth and significance of the Johannesburg Art Gallery collection.

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