9 April 2023
guided tours Bob Dylan
Explore the first European monographic exhibition dedicated to Bob Dylan's visual art production.
MAXXI for families Line, curve, space
Discover the creative flair of Zaha Hadid, the architect who designed the MAXXI. For families with children from 6 to 11 years old.
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.
Collezione MAXXI Architetture a regola d’arte
An original interpretation of the archival documents brings together different authors focusing on the relationship between architecture and art in their work.
This exhibition marks Dylan's life-long journey of creating visual art, emphasizing themes of personal journies and geographies—both inner and exterior.
The story of the relationship between structural engineering, whether vernacular or avant-garde, and the invasion of technology into our operating and living spaces.
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.
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.
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.
A visual journey through a selection of around 200 photographs, from the most famous to the lesser-known, some still unpublished.
The works of Tsibi Geva, Maria Saleh Mahameed and Noa Yekutieli show a complex cultural reality, between identity and place, memory and ties.
A reference to the sun and its radiant rays, shining two and a half metres on the Museum's concrete wall like the creative and regenerative power of the mother star.
The history and projects that have challenged and redesigned the function and aesthetics of monumental and collective spaces in major cities around the world.