Lego’s exhibition: The Art of the Brick
Lego’s exhibition is in Rome in Via Tirso 14, untill April 25th 2016
“Dreams are built… one brick at a time!” Nathan Sawaya
This exhibition is for everyone. Over an area of more than 16,000 sq ft, The Art of the Brick immerses the visitor in Nathan Sawaya’s world, a world as cheerful and colorful as it is unsettling. The artist used more than one million bricks for this exhibit alone, creating artworks that bring a smile to the face or inspire reflection among young and old.
The exhibition offers the visitor a variety of sculptures: from Rodin’s Thinker and the Chartres Cathedral’s north rose window, to a dinosaur skeleton measuring 20 ft long constructed with 80,020 LEGO bricks.
Wait no longer! The Art of the Brick has been proclaimed by CNN as one of the world’s 10 must-see exhibitions and has already attracted millions of visitors worldwide in New York, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Shanghai and Singapore. In the play zone, at the end of the exhibit, LEGO bricks and DC COMICS ™ video games await visitors who are dying to give full rein to their creativity!
More Info: www.brickartist.com
From Monday to Thursday 10am-8pm
Friday and Saturday 10am – 11pm
Sunday 10am – 9pm
Rome, Via Tirso 14
Adult € 15,50
reduced € 11,50