3 December 2022
Collezione MAXXI 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 story of the relationship between structural engineering, whether vernacular or avant-garde, and the invasion of technology into our operating and living spaces.
A selection of all that can be found in the visionary papers of 20th century Italian engineers such as Pier Luigi Nervi, Sergio Musmeci and many others.
Pier Paolo Pasolini
The exhibition tackles the theme of sacrality seen from different angles, following different but complementary paths through the exhibition spaces of Palazzo Barberini, MAXXI and Palazzo delle Esposizioni.
videogallery Cecilia Mangini
"Documentary film is the freest way of making cinema" with a courageous and tenacious gaze over the years, she has recounted the most uncomfortable and forgotten face of Italy: the life of the 'last'.
On display are the results of the International Ideas Competition for the realisation of a multifunctional building and a green system in the MAXXI area.
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.
archive wall Territories of performance: processes and practices in Italy (1967-1982)
An overview of experimental performance in Italy during a historical period marked by the emergence of artists, exposition spaces and events in dialogue with the international scenario.