17 June 2021
Cinema al MAXXI L’occhio di vetro
Le vicende di una famiglia come paradigma per capire adesioni, passioni e lacerazioni del Paese che ha inventato il fascismo.
Cinema al MAXXI 50 – Santarcangelo Festival
Uno specchio fedele e multiforme, caleidoscopico e mutante delle tendenze dell’arte performativa del nostro paese e del loro cambiamento.
A new large display enhances the Collection's project. On display nine masters, representing the vitality and diversity of artistic research in Italy.
For the first time, the extraordinary Futurist house in which Giacomo Balla lived and worked from 1929 until his death is open to the public.
A Story for the Future
A passionate work of research, a thoughtful debate on the XXI century's first decade through the MAXXI's point of view.
A retrospective on the extraordinary theoretical and practical contribution of an “unusual architect”.
Bigger than Myself
54 artists read the history of the territory through the gestures of contemporary heroes, considering - among others - the themes of hospitality and coexistence.
For the first time, MAXXI dedicates a focus to a critic's archive, direct witness to the radical transformations taking place in art during the 20th century.
The Independent Wall
On the occasion of MAXXI's tenth anniversary, the Museum celebrates six years of The Independent, a research project dedicated to independent thought and practice.
Between MAXXI and the imperial residence, Luca Vitone extends the physical and geographical imagery of the two places.
A concise and intense story, that is also powerfully imaginative and full of symbolic references.
videogallery Navin Rawanchaikul
Un focus dedicato a uno dei principali artisti contemporanei asiatici.