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The Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Roma opens its doors to experimentation and contemporaneity by hosting and enhancing some of the most innovative Roman “artist run spaces”[...]
A journey into female architectural world from the twentieth century to today, from pioneers such as Eileen Gray, Charlotte Perriand and Lina Bo Bardi to archistar[...]
Interaction between reality and fantasy, real and virtual, memory and future: MAXXI hosts the first Italian solo show of the Chinese avant-garde artist Cao Fei, one of the most inn[...]
A revolutionary, restless and tormented artist, who measured himself against the giants of Renaissance art and who also aroused the admiration of Raphael and Michelangelo.
A self-taught man, trained as a drawer in Venetian construction sites, Giacomo Boni was one of the most important Italian archaeologists between the 19th and 20th centuries and developed in[...]
A new collective that brings together and merges distant universes, Western creativity and Eastern manufacturing art.
A life-long passion for photography, a sharp and ironic gaze on a “certain Italy” in the years in which the country was inexorably changing its skin, between 1959 and 1981.
The National Galleries of Ancient Art in Palazzo Barberini[...]
Independent and unconventional, with a strong and lively personality, capable of combining different worlds and cultures in her works, Antonietta Raphaël was a leading exponent of the Scuol[...]
The RUFA Academy of Fine Arts celebrates the tenth anniversary of its photography school and the first year of the new audiovisual school with a project created by former graduate[...]
The exhibition, in Hendrik Christian Andersen's house-atelier, a small museum-jewel[...]
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of Rome as the capital of the kingdom of Italy, the exhibition, curated by the Jewish Community of Rome and the Foundat[...]
The first solo exhibition in Italy of Oscar Murillo, one of the winners of the 2019 Turner Prize, is a consequence of the invitation addressed to the Colombian artist by the Memmo[...]
On the occasion of the reopening to the public of the Corsini Gallery[...]
"Details are important. Too often, we exclude them, we evade them, accustomed to looking at the total, the whole, the complete, absorbed by our daily lives.
"My works have no reference to reality, as can be deduced from the captions and they are perfectly abstract, just as true contemporary art is abstract”
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