What do we have in common with our ancient counterparts? Our relationship to time, is the response proposed in the new exhibition “The Instant and Eternity”, which just opened at the Baths of Diocletian in Rome.
Second century CE, sarcophagus fragment with a depiction of kairos, Rome, Roman National Museum.
This show, the result of a partnership between the Greek and Italian Ministries of Culture, explores two themes: myths that transcend time, such as the tales in Homer’s Odyssey ; and kairos , the opportune, if not decisive moment, with anonymous though…
This article is for subscribers only
You still have 85% left to read.