III edizionePremio italiano di Architettura
La mostra presenta i progetti dei finalisti del Premio al miglior edificio, il Premio alla carriera e il Premio al miglior giovane progettista.
Collezione MAXXIWhat a Wonderful World
The visionary gaze of the artists evokes our time, full of uncertainties and challenges, but also multiple human and technological possibilities of great evolutions and pushes towards the future.
videogalleryKlonaris/ThomadakiBodies in revolt
The first retrospective in Italy dedicated to the artistic duo, with a selection of works from the 1970s to the present day that restores the essence of their research.
Gianni Berengo GardinThe eye as vocation
The humans and their social space in the concrete and analogue nature of the reportage photography and social investigation's master.
videogalleryChain ReactionFilm and video works from Ukraine
Starting from a more documentary-like style, the screening helps providing an articulated and multi-faceted look not only on the Ukrainian video production but on a country that Europe feels even much closer today.
Daido Moriyama with Shomei TomatsuTOKYO REVISITED
Describing themselves as 'stray dogs running through the city while unconsciously looking around', the two artists take pictures of everyone who moves in front of them.
NatureMario BottaSacred and profane
With the Nature cycle MAXXI presents significant research in contemporary architecture, inviting the authors to talk about themselves through the installation of one of their exhibitions.
A peculiar magic box, a red cube of wood and mirrors enclosing a parallel universe, unique and unforgettable. It is Venice. It is a woman, beautiful and eternal.
videogalleryScience Fiction and Hallucination
An exhibition curated by Cao Fei to recount reality, revisiting it with a language rich in fantasy and imagination, projecting it into the future between tradition and fiction.
Ukraine: Short StoriesContemporary artists from Ukraine
A survey of the contemporary Ukrainian art scene through the works created specifically for the Imago Mundi Collection by 140 artists in the typical format that characterises it - 12 by 10 centimetres.