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.
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.
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.
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.
The two artists are in conversation with Shumon Basar, a writer and curator who has been questioning the impact of technological innovations on society and the perception of reality for years.
MAXXI for familiesArchitectural bodies
We discover how architecture is an ingenious and organised system of components. For families with children aged 6 to 11.
talkUn viaggio nelle carte di Alighiero Boettigeneral catalogue presentation, tome III/vol.2
An in-depth study and reflection on Boetti's work, together with the Archive team and critics, curators and gallery owners who witnessed that period and were friends of the artist.
talkLa MaddalenaAtlante di un’occupazione
Eight visions in the form of an atlas tell the stratification of stories, imaginaries and architectures, celebrating the unexpected alliances between the land and its occupants.
books at MAXXIIl ragazzo che liberò Auschwitzby Roberto Genovesi
As we approach Holocaust Memorial Day, an event dedicated to the new novel by Roberto Genovesi, where photography narrates the cruelty of the extermination camps and the horror of Nazism.