talkTiepido Coolby Davide D'Elia
A story through images between Rome and London, between art and communication, through the artist's research.
talkBob Dylan and the Arts
Starting from the eponymous book, a multi-voice dialogue from transdisciplinary perspectives that have addressed his genius.
worskhopThe shifting shape of time
Starting from the InGenio exhibition, dedicated to Sergio Musmeci's futuristic projects, we make a perpetual calendar starting from its "anti-polyhedric" surfaces.
books at MAXXI100 anni con Jacovittiby Stefano Milioni and Edgardo Colabelli
Benito Jacovitti was born in Termoli on 9 March 1923: one hundred years after his birth, an event dedicated to the famous Italian cartoonist.
International Women’s Day
Celebrate the 8 March at MAXXI with a special ticket dedicated to all our female visitors.
books at MAXXIBuchi bianchiby Carlo Rovelli
The theoretical physicist explores white holes - elusive younger siblings of black holes -as a phenomenon involving the quantum nature of time and space.
guided toursPier Paolo PasoliniTutto è santo. The political body
A journey through the exhibition to reread the words and texts of Pasolini's work in dialogue with contemporary artists' visions.
MAXXI for familiesGeographies of Imagination and Postal Travel
Let's play with the illustrated book dedicated to Alighiero Boetti to understand the rules that govern things, discovering all their hidden poetry.
lecture by Salvatore SettisFuture or eclipse of criticismSetting up exhibitions. Architects and curators in front of classical art
Starting with recent exhibitions such as Recycling Beauty - in Fondazione Prada - Salvatore Settis talks about his role as curator and his relationship with architects such as Meier, Chipperfield and Koolhaas.
talkTu sapessi cos’è Roma!Panteon magazine, architectural research in the tangle of a big city
Although relevant to reality, an anti-didascalic tale starts from a systematic investigation and refines its gaze by renewing itself every six months.