permanent exhibition

Collezione MAXXI. Lo Spazio dell’Immagine

Opening hours & tickets

opening hours

TUESDAY 11.00-19.00
WEDNESDAY 11.00-19.00
THURSDAY 11.00-19.00
FRIDAY 11.00-19.00
SATURDAY 11.00-22.00
SUNDAY 11.00-19.00
The ticket office is open until 1 hour before museum closing

Closed
Mondays
May 1
December 25

LIBRARY’S CLOSING

On Tuesday, 16 April the library closes at 5:00 pm | On Thursday, 18 Aprile the library is closed | From Thursday, 25 April till Wednesday, 1 May the library is closed due to maintenance.

PLEASE NOTE

The cafeteria & bookshop and the restaurant services are closed temporarily. We are doing our best to restore these services as soon as possibile. In the meantime please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

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MAXXI Square / Gallery 1 – free entrance for everyone from Tuesday to Thursday (public holidays excluded)
curated by Margherita Guccione and Bartolomeo Pietromarchi

A renewal at the heart of the museum with a new set- up of the permanent Collection

The spirit and the identity of the museum are being renewed with the latest presentation of the MAXXI Collection: on display are more than 30 worksby a total of 26 artists in a major group show that opens with a section dedicated to some of the 70 new acquisitions, including those by Monica Bonvicini, Katharina Grosse and Paolo Di Paolo, which have in 2018 enriched the museum’s holdings and which are part of a policy of expansion, valorization and safeguarding of the collection.
In the second part of the gallery are more than 20 works, including pieces by Bill Viola, Giulio Turcato, Alighiero Boetti, Pablo Echaurren, Pei-Ming, Labics and Aldo Rossi reflect on the status of the work of art, the image and its perception in relation to space.
With analogic instruments and new technologies, the thematic exhibition intends on the one hand to highlight the works’ strong link to painting and its traditions and on the other create a counterpoint between the abstract and the figurative.