(AGI) - Berlin, Sept. 18 - After travelling to Barcelona, Parisand Rome, the 'Pasolini/Roma' exhibition has arrived atBerlin's Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum, celebrating the Italianintellectual, author, poet and film director. The inaugurationwas attended by the Italian Embassy's Charge d'Affairs,Giovanni Pugliese, Thomas Oberander, superintendent of theBerliner Festspiele, the museum's director Gereon Sievernich,the exhibition's co-curator Jordi Ballo', and the widow ofGianni Borgna, Councillor for Culture in Rome for many termsand one of the creators of the 'Pasolini/Roma' project. Theactor Ninetto Davoli also attended the event providing animportant personal testimony of Pasolini. Due to close on Jan.5, 2015, the exhibition will also present a series of eventsorganised by the Italian Cultural Institute in Berlin in closecooperation with the Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum and the ArsenalCinema, an international reference point for the history ofcontemporary cinema. These events will help assess thepotential contribution provided by Pasolini's legacy in thecreation of a shared European culture capable of addressing thecomplex issues of the contemporary world. Events plannedinclude an important retrospective of Pasolini's work as adirector, in cooperation with Cinecitta' Luce and the KinoArsenal, bringing to Germany for the very first time his operaomnia, including shorts and rare documentaries. On Oct. 23instead, a Study Day on Pasolini's work will be with authorssuch as Dacia Maraini, Walter Siti, Andrea Bajani, MarioFortunato, Peter Kammerer and Peter Schneider. (AGI). .