Estate al MAXXI. Teatro - Appunti per un futuro presenteLa frontiera
«Ora mi chiedo se lo sguardo di Caravaggio non sia anche il nostro sguardo nei confronti dei naufragi, dei viaggi dei migranti e soprattutto dalla violenza politica e economica che li genera».
Estate al MAXXI. LibriMomenti straordinari con applausi finti di Gipi
Il ritorno al fumetto di Gipi con l'opera più toccante, intensa, complessa e graficamente sconvolgente della sua carriera.
Summer at MAXXI. MusicTosca. The sound of the voice
A documentary born from Tosca's long international tour: a long journey without borders around music and words.
Summer at MAXXI. MusicRomAraBeat with Moni Ovadia. The Maghreb meets the Balkans
The exceptional ensemble of Maghrebi, Romanian Roma and Italian musicians combines Arabic melodies and gypsy rhythms, with the Mediterranean at the centre.
Summer at MAXXI. BooksIl Giardino dell’arte by Claudio Strinati
David is a Canadian PhD student in Art History. He leaves for Italy to discover all the treasures that have been the subject of his studies.
Summer at MAXXI. TheatreSpiagge. Theatrical reading by and with Isabella Ragonese
In Italy, the coast, the sea and its beaches represent a condition and a place that characterise life, society and the way people think and act.
Summer at MAXXI. BooksPaolo Benanti
An event to discuss the human condition "after" Sars-Cov-2.
Summer at MAXXI. TheatreL’abisso with Davide Enia
A show taken from the book by Davide Enia "Appunti per un Naufragio" which uses the languages of theatre to deal with the mosaic of this present time.
Summer at MAXXI. BooksKobane Calling. Oggi by Zerocalcare
Four years after the first edition, updating the information on the situation of the Syrian Kurds and their disputed land, the Rojava, is more important than ever.
Summer at MAXXI. BooksForte respiro rapido. La mia vita con Dino Risi byMarco Risi
Dino Risi is the director of the so-called "Italian comedy". Marco Risi is the young man who challenged his father on his own ground. Can one be a son and also perceive the father as a master?