A cinematographic animation project that starts on paper to transform into a collective and participatory art performance.
«Painting recognises no customs. Children do not know gender. Art hates painters».
An exhibition dedicated to those artistic paths that seek another dimension, of absolute, between universal, material and immaterial, immanent and transcendent.
The exhibition that presents the works of the winners of the last two editions of the Award, Alba Zari and Alessandro Calabrese, will be open to the public on the 12th and 13th of October.
A focus on the artist who has always combined social commitment and poetic language.
Two days’ worth of screenings to recount, by use of a selection of films and documentaries, the world of Maria Lai, her bond with memory and her cultural roots.
On the occasion of its participation in the Bienalsur, MAXXI focuses on the Argentinian artist Eduardo Stupía and in particular on his work Inmigrant Ulysses. A graphic fantasy.
On the occasion of Asiatica Film Festival, Taiwanese directors and video artists describe a country and its fascinating “flowering” of moving images.
A video-photographic journey behind the scenes of space exploration.
A public art project set in Rome's Piazza del Popolo to celebrate the universal event of birth, moving a sudden and sincere emotion.