Carlo Scarpa Hall – free entrance until full capacity
“That night – at 3.36 am – I was there with my husband, my daughter and my dog. The tremor, the fear, the escape, our home damaged and then brought down completely, along with all affections and certainties of an entire life spent in Poggio Vitellino, one of the municipality of Amatrice’s 69 districts; home to around twenty souls in winter, ten times more in summer, an oasis lost forever. We were saved, but our salvation looks like another reality.“.
Amatrice is no more. But it still lives, by Elena Polidori and published by Neri Pozza, tries to recall the previous reality, more real than that of the debris, questioning that “forever”, finding no answers in post-traumatic therapy, shows of solidarity or the hope for rebuilding. That answer rests in the memories that surround, caress and cross what is no longer there.
Margherita Guccione MAXXI Architecture Director
Elena Polidori author of the book
Annalena Benini Il Foglio
Antonia Pasqua Recchia MiBAC
Rossana TorlontanoUniversità degli Studi “G. d’Annunzio” Chieti – Pescara
Readings by Giuseppe Butera
9 Feb 2023 ore 18:00
talkWomen artists and feminism in ItalyFor a non-hegemonic rereading of Art History
10 Feb 2023 ore 18:30
books at MAXXIRoma. Dal Rinascimento ai giorni nostriby Vittorio Sgarbi
14 Feb 2023 ore 11:00
promoValentine’s Day at MAXXITogether for a day or a year?
14 Feb 2023 ore 18:00
talkTheory and practice in engineeringNina Rappaport with William Baker