The title is simply "Numbers". With this curious subtitle: "Everything that Counts. From Zero to Infinity”. And, on the poster of the exhibition, a very well known man with a moustache, who is writing on a blackboard. It is Albert Einstein that discovered the theory of the relativity (the famous E= mc2) almost a century ago (1915).
Without being a genius, you become suddenly aware that numbers are everywhere.
They are part of the nature but they are also manipulated by human brains, since time immemorial (as evidenced by an amazing Babylonian tablet from 1.800- 1.600 BCE).
They are in visual art (the golden number), in music (Tonal Harmony), religions etc...
This exhibition, enriched by guided tours, conferences and films, makes us discover that the horrible mathematics of our childhood are something completely different, something that we can call "magic". Perhaps our professors wanted to keep their secret?
If you are visiting Rome with children think about taking a tour in Palazzo delle Esposizioni: we noticed many enthusiastic young visitors!