MAXXI Piazza – admittance free subject to availability of places
myMAXXI cardholders may reserve places by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org by the day before the event (10 places available)
Three events alternating poems and essays, critical interventions and reflections, based on the works on show in the MAXXI piazza.
In the final seminar in the series we shall be discussing new visions of the world drawn from a civilisation that revisits the materials of tradition from an alienated point of view.
The installation Winter Moon, by Ugo Rondinone, provides cues for a reflection on the relationship between real and artificial and on the modes of dialectical relations between these spheres.
Gabriele Pedullà Professor of Italian Literature, Roma Tre University
Matteo Palumbo Professor of Italian Literature, University of Naples Federico II
Antonia Paolini Researcher in Italian Literature
Luca Archibugi and Giorgio Patrizi curators of the series
Presentation and reading of texts curated by Veronica Zucchi:
Texts by Alfredo Giuliani
I fiumi e Alla vita (1935) by Mario Luzi
Naufragio del Deutschland (1876) by Gerard M. Hopkins
La barca (1887) by Stephan Mallarmè
Il battello ebbro (1871) by Arthur Rimbaud
La morte per acqua (1922) by Thomas S. Eliot
Annie Pempinello will be reading texts from her forthcoming book to be published by Guida Editori Il paroliere.
an event curated by Luca Archibugi and Giorgio Patrizi
in collaboration with Chiara Iuliucci