18 September 2022
MAXXI collection What a Wonderful World
The visionary gaze of the artists evokes our time, full of uncertainties and challenges, but also multiple human and technological possibilities of great evolutions and pushes towards the future.
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.
Daido Moriyama with Shomei Tomatsu
Describing themselves as 'stray dogs running through the city while unconsciously looking around', the two artists take pictures of everyone who moves in front of them.
Gianni Berengo Gardin
The humans and their social space in the concrete and analogue nature of the reportage photography and social investigation's master.
MAXXI BVLGARI PRIZE 2022
MAXXI and Bvlgari together for young contemporary art. Alessandra Ferrini, Silvia Rosi and Namsal Siedlecki are the finalists in the third edition.
Nature Mario Botta
With the Nature cycle MAXXI presents significant research in contemporary architecture, inviting the authors to talk about themselves through the installation of one of their exhibitions.
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.
The artist creates a dialogue between drawing, writing and the environment through storytelling, recounting intimate experiences and thoughts between reality and fiction.
Pascale Marthine Tayou
A tree in the centre of a fountain represents nature blooming from the heart of the eternal city, like mangroves in the waters of Borneo.
Ōno's Butō dance, or 'dance of darkness', celebrates the pure liberation of the human soul from all forms of physical and cultural coercion.