Cristalli è l’incontro artistico tra il duo Sound bytes, formato da Michele Rabbia e Alessandro Gwis, e il compositore e chitarrista Marco Sinopoli, con la partecipazione della cantante Daphne Nisi.
talkOltrecolore. Hopper Rothko Warhol Basquiatby Antonio Spadaro
The book Oltrecolore (Beyond Colour) is about four artists and their path of research through colour: their works are 'icons' that allude to a 'beyond': icons of waiting, of light, of elsewhere, of the dark side.
books at MAXXICronache dal Paradisoby Serena Dandini
A story in which the author's personal history is intertwined with that of women and men who have pursued a dream to the point of obsession.
special eventS+T+ARTS ecosystemNew cooperation spaces between art, science and technology
An evening to discover the European programme S+T+ARTS, which focuses on the intersection between Science, Technology and Art, starting from the need to direct technological and scientific innovation
talkPerformance Slippages. Vol.2, Years 2000-2022by Teresa Macrì
An essay devoted to the discontinuity of the last two decades, when performative attitude regenerated thanks to the arrival of delegated performance and the appropriation of public space.
performanceRä di MartinoApril 25th 2022
On the occasion of What a Wonderful World, the artist devised a performance in which two singers create a singing dialogue with each other, chanting 25 April 2022 news.
concertoEcosystem SoundPiano solo
Piano solo non è solamente un concerto, ma un progetto musicale in grado di raccontare storie attraverso le note.
Romaeuropa FestivalRiding on a clouda performance by Rabih Mroué
How does memory work when memories in the head are like fixed images, without scenes from the past?
talkPaul Klee. Genius and Regulationby Gregorio Botta
They called him the Wizard of Bauhaus, Buddha or even the Good Lord. Who was Paul Klee really and why did he claim to be elusive?
concertoEcosystem SoundLow connection! Deepness/perception
Individualità, gesto, respiro e riflessione: la dimensione sonora, articolata in tre concerti, occupa lo spazio dell’auditorium del Museo in occasione della mostra "What a Wonderful World".