Unilever Series : Carsten Höller’, Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London 2006
Saturday 3 March 2018 ore 11:30 - ore 13:00

The Stories of Architecture. Contaminations.Architecture and Art | with Maria Vittoria Capitanucci

MAXXI Auditorium – entry €5;
buying the ticket gives right to a reduced-price ticket to the museum (€8) within a week from issuance. Ticket for five events €20
Free entry for holders of the myMAXXI card, with the possibility to reserve a seat for the first 10 to write to mymaxxi@fondazionemaxxi.it before the day prior to the event, until full capacity

The contaminations of different disciplines in five events, between new canons and new interpretations.

The new series of lectures of The Stories of Architecture, thanks to the contribution of important scholars of the different fields, shows the Contaminations of contemporary Architecture among Art, Politics, Economics, Science and Cinema.

Maria Vittoria Capitanucci
Thin lines, immense distances: the dialogue between art and architecture in the contemporary landscape
Art considers places as more than neutral, algid containers nowadays: places and the artistic expressions contained in them are now intertwined, and lately new interventions for Contemporary Art Foundations have evidently started mingling the two ‘dimensions’, namely the artistic and the architectural one.

Maria Vittoria Capitanucci. Architecture historian and critic. She graduated at the Polytechnic University of Milan and obtained a PhD in History and Critique of Architecture at the Federico II University of Naples. She teaches History of Contemporary Architecture at the AUIC, Polytechnic University of Milan and History of Interior Design at the NABA.