"The Art of the Brick" Exhibition is returning to Rome

Following its incredible success last year, “The Art of the Brick” exhibition is returning to Rome’s Auditorium Parco della Musica.

Last year, the exhibition, which includes over 70 art sculptures created entirely of LEGO bricks, attracted over 120,000 visitors and organizers hope that this year will be equally, if not more successful.

The display, which has been created with over one million LEGO bricks, is the brain-child of American artist Nathan Sawaya and has been praised widely, including CNN’s review, which said it was one of the ten must-see exhibitions of 2017.

The exhibition has already been on display in New York, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Shanghai, London and Singapore, and this year the exhibition includes a reproduction of the Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci, The Girl with a Pearl Earring by Vermeer and The Scream by Munch. It also includes an imposing T-Rex skeleton built with over 80,000 bricks!

The exhibition also includes an interactive area that invites children and teenagers to express their creativity using LEGO, making this a wonderful day out in Rome for families.

The exhibition will be on display from 9th December 2016 until 26th February 2017.

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