23 March 2022
libri al MAXXI Psicoenciclopedia possibile
Le voci derivano da scritti editi e inediti, appunti e trascrizioni di sogni di Baruchello, le immagini sono il risultato di un lungo lavoro di selezione e montaggio a partire da materiali di archivio.
A new large display enhances the Collection's project. On display nine masters, representing the vitality and diversity of artistic research in Italy.
Between dreams and reality, the real and the virtual, her videos examine the dilemmas of contemporary life, exploring the transformations in China, the perception of self and facing universal questions.
For six years Sebastião Salgado travelled in the Brazilian Amazon, photographing the forest, the rivers, the mountains and the people who live there.
The anthropological change of the architectural profession from the twentieth-century stereotype of the charismatic grandmaster to the growing presence of women, collectives and studio couples.
artist's house Casa Balla
Following the great success of the MAXXI exhibition, the extraordinary Futurist house in Rome in which Giacomo Balla lived and worked from 1929 until his death in 1958 continues to be open to the public.
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.
Ugo Ferranti Archive
A moment rich in characters and ferment, when the drive for political and social renewal and the new cultural openings were closely intertwined with the world of art.
Drawings, photographs, documents and publications bear witness to the extraordinary twenty years of collaboration between Carlo Scarpa and Olivetti.
The Independent Numero Cromatico
A project room conceived to show the public not only works of art but also a particular approach to artistic research.
Inside Outside | Petra Blaisse
An installation that physically ruptures the confine between inside and out.
Ukraine: Short Stories
A survey of the contemporary Ukrainian art scene through the works created specifically for the Imago Mundi Collection by 140 artists in the typical format that characterises it - 12 by 10 centimetres.