23 June 2023
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.
The unedited portrait of a multifaceted and visionary artist who has always eluded definitions.
A visual journey through a selection of around 200 photographs, from the most famous to the lesser-known, some still unpublished.
More than 350 vintage works recount the photographer's research during his 20 years of activity in Basilicata from the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s.
videogallery Giacomo Balla and Umberto Boccioni
The union of art and life of two leading figures of the Italian avant-garde.
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 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.
Archive documents, drafts and testimonies restore personal and professional dignity to nine stories interrupted by racial laws.
Isola della Certosa BioGrounds
Three installations created through an unconventional dialogue between artists, architects, designers, philosophers and botanists to tell the story of a place and its nature.
Taormina, Palazzo Ciampoli Isabella Ducrot
Thirty-five works that poetically, delicately and powerfully narrate the themes of travel, landscape, myth and its importance for the future.