lecture + talkGiuseppe TerragniA critical biography
Antonino Saggio's critical biography analyses the cultural formation, political commitment and the last tragic years of the great 20th-century architect's life.
auteur conversationsIrene Fenara
Together with the artist, philosopher Felice Cimatti explores the different ways contemporary society transforms in relation to our digital bodies.
promoValentine’s Day at MAXXITogether for a day or a year?
A day or a year at the Museum? You choose how long you want the love fest to last for you and your special someone.
talkTheory and practice in engineeringNina Rappaport with William Baker
A discussion on the role of technology in structural engineering and the solutions it offers in creating complex projects that challenge the laws of nature.
round table + film screeningRagazzi di vita / The Street KidsMagic Carpets a project beyond suburbia
An opportunity to reflect on the concept of the periphery beyond the sense of a geographical boundary. Because the centre-periphery binomial still represents a structure of consciousness.
books at MAXXIRoma. Dal Rinascimento ai giorni nostriby Vittorio Sgarbi
A survey of Rome's architectural beauties suggests a series of itineraries to orient oneself among these wonders.
talkWomen artists and feminism in ItalyFor a non-hegemonic rereading of Art History
Starting from the eponymous book by Paola Ugolini, the event is an opportunity to frame the formation of feminist art as a historical and shared project.
talkTerritories of performanceThe video language between artwork, memory space and experimentation
On the occasion of the film screening, the curators talk about the leading artists and the artistic and documentary value of the works and films on show.
talkPier Paolo Pasolini and Andy WarholTwo visions of contemporaneity
An opportunity to analyse the dialogue between Pasolini and the post-war avant-garde, from Informal Art to Arte Povera, passing through Pop Art and the happening culture.
books at MAXXIDiritti dell’uomoby Louis Henkin
Although the legal nature of 'human rights' requires laws and institutions to be passed, their enforcement leaves something to be desired everywhere. In several places in the world, it is even non-existent.