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Totally new and site-specific videos, sculptures and installations: the finalist works of the MAXXI Bvlgari Prize show our present looking to the future and are presented to the pu[...]
“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
On April 6, 1520, at the age of 37, Raffaello Sanzio died in Rome: a maestro for generations of artists, he was taken as a reference by the Academy of San Luca, who helped[...]
A sort of virtual dialogue on shared themes, albeit analyzed in different ways, which takes the form of a single, large installation: the three artists gathered in the new exhibiti[...]
Entirely dedicated to Bianca Attolico (1931-2020), the exhibition brings together 60 artworks covering almost a century of art history to tell the profile and personality of the eclectic co[...]
"We build upon that which art history has placed in our hands", says the famous Manolo Valdés, the all-around Spanish artist, who, after 25 years, returns to Rome with[...]
About one hundred images showing a different Rome from that celebrated in classical iconography by virtue of its monumental beauties, hidden and almost unknown to tourists[...]
The scientific project for enhancing the collection is entrusted to Salvatore Settis who is curating The Torlonia Marbles-Collecting Masterpieces with Carlo Gasparri, both archaeologists a[...]
Over 70 powerful images taken by 30 photographers from 10 countries, including the Italian correspondents of major news agencies such as Reuters, AP and AFP 70, re[...]
The Museo di Roma in Trastevere hosts Sulle tracce del crimine. Viaggio nel giallo e nero Rai. La mostra (On the trail of crime.
"Un mondo fluttuante" (A fluctuating world) is a refined homage to the Japanese culture through the tapestries and kites by Anna Onesti,[...]
MAXXI dedicates for the first time an exhibition to Alberto Boatto, one of the most relevant and original figures of critic, intellectual and writer of the last fifty years[...]
On the Museum’s tenth anniversary – inaugurated on May 30, 2010 – a new large display enhances the Collection’s project, displaying in the gallery dedicated to it a nucleus of work[...]
Sten Lex are the most internationally known Italian Urban Art duo and have participated in exhibitions and festivals around the world, including the Cans Festi[...]
He is by all evidence the most famous incognito artist in the world: a shroud of mystery surrounds Bansky, who is not only one of the leading exponents of street art but also an ab[...]
The exhibition focuses on the collection of vintage toys recently acquired by the Capitoline Superintendence; the exhibition path aims to underline the relationship between toys an[...]
The Caravaggesque paintings from the collection of the great art historian on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his death are on display.
From February to September 2020, the city of Rome is host to the pilot exhibition of a project that sees 86 artists participating and alternating in five civic museums, according to a rigorous divi[...]