MAXXI for familiesLine, curve, space
Discover the creative flair of Zaha Hadid, the architect who designed the MAXXI. For families with children from 6 to 11 years old.
talkLa meraviglia è di tuttiCorpi, città, architetture
Starting from Luca Molinari’s book of the same name, an invitation to return to observing places with new attention, to face the challenges of change in our present.
talkIntellectuals and politics today
Can culture and politics do without each other? Experts and scholars discuss one of the most significant issues of our times.
talkCharacters and themes in 20th century Italian architectureFrom Gigiotti Zanini to Vittorio Gregotti
Starting from Giorgio Ciucci's book of the same name, an encounter to reknit the relationships, themes, and problems that run through 20th-century architectural culture in Italy.
talkFor, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fitwith Shilpa Gupta and Salil Tripath
The story of resistance and courage behind the book and installation of the same name.
lecture by Nicolas BourriaudFuture or Eclipse of CriticismInclusions
Art historian and critic Nicolas Bourriaud, founder of the Palais de Tokyo, recounts the new challenges of contemporary art in the era of ecological catastrophe.
Σύστημα. Being togetherThe Geopolitics of Innovation
Luciano Violante and Alessandro Aresu help us decipher the great game of technological sovereignty between Washington and Beijing.
talkThe Philosophy of Modern Song
Starting from Bob Dylan's eponymous book, an exploration of the sixty essays that the Duluth poet dedicated to some great pop music artists.
lectureThe fire trauma. Life and death in the work of Claudio Parmiggianiby Massimo Recalcati
Where does a style come from if not from trauma?
talk + readingIllegitimate world?Women in post-'68 poetry
A comparison to reopen an unresolved issue: legitimising women's authorial specificity in Italian poetry.