18 February 2017
Guided Tour. From the Permanent Collection to the Premio MAXXI 2016
A guided tour of the Permanent Collection and the Premio Maxxi 2016 exhibition.
Cinema at MAXXI - EXHIBIT. VIAGGIO A TOKYO by Yasujiro Ozu
A masterpiece that has inspired devotion closer to a cult than mere admiration, on the occasion of the exhibition "The Japanese House. Architecture & life since 1945".
MAXXI IN FAMIGLIA. Soft landscapes
A workshop for families with children of between 5 and 10 years of age on the occasion of the exhibition "Local Icons. Urban landscapes / North-South"
MAXXI is dedicating one of its galleries to a permanent – and free for all from Tuesday to Friday and every first Sunday of the month – display of its own collections.
Premio MAXXI 2016
On the occasion of the 15th year anniversary, the exhibition of the finalists has been enriched with a documentary section devoted to the eight previous editions
The Japanese House. Architecture & life after 1945
Between tradition and innovation the architecture of the Japanese house recounts an entire culture
LETIZIA BATTAGLIA. JUST FOR PASSION
Not far from the celebration of her eighty years, MAXXI pays tribute to the author from Palermo with a major exhibition.
PLEASE COME BACK. THE WORLD AS PRISON?
26 artists and over 50 works present prison as a metaphor for the contemporary world and the contemporary world as a metaphor for prison.
Carlo Scarpa e il Giappone
An investigation of the multiple and deep-rooted motivations that link the architect and designer Carlo Scarpa to Japan, on the occasion of the exhibition The Japanese House.
Álvaro Siza, Sacro
Drawings, projects and objects that reveal the great Portuguese architect’s relationship with the sacred, in dialogue and contraposition with the museum spaces
Progetto Alcantara® – MAXXI Local Icons. Urban landscapes / north-south
A round-the-world trip from North to South, by way of the projects of eight international designers.
THE INDEPENDENT. Urban Gorillas
A project designed to encourage people to overcome stereotypical ways of looking at “the other” and to interact with them in public spaces