In January the Italian Capital City offers a lot of opportunities to the art lovers, organizing all those events which a European metropolis can give you. Two of the most visited exhibitions are still open to the public, some others are going to finish. Near the exhibits dedicated to Filippino Lippi and Sandro Botticelli in the 15th century Florence (Scuderie del Quirinale, until January 15th), you can see Piet Mondrian (Complesso del Vittoriano, until January 29th) and Renaissance in Rome. In the sign of Raphael and Michelangelo (Palazzo Sciarpa, until February 12th). Another important exhibition is dedicated to the Borghese family, and it's entitled I Borghese e l'antico (until April 8th, 2012). On this occasion you can see the most important ancient works of art collected by the Borghese family, inside their palace, on their original site, most of them are actually an essential part of the collection inside the Louvre museum in Paris.
You can't miss the event at the Officine Farneto (Via Dei Monti della Farnesina, 77, near the StadiumOlimpico): the artist Gunther Von Hagens displays his human anatomy in Rome, in the collection called Body Worlds until February 12th. In the exhibit you'll see real body corpses assembled like sculptures, replacing human liquids with silicon. And last but not least, at the MACRO Future (Piazza Orazio Giustiniani, 4) you can be involved in Once upon a time... (C'era una volta...), the first Family Artentainment festival until January 22nd: exhibitions, plays, cinema, concerts, readings and theatre labs for children.