A renewal at the heart of the museum with a new set- up of the permanent Collection
An exhibition dedicated to those artistic paths that seek another dimension, of absolute, between universal, material and immaterial, immanent and transcendent.
40 years on from his death, MAXXI is dedicating a major retrospective to him that studies and presents his versatility, starting out with an account of his architecture.
The Basilicata Museum Complex and MAXXI, in collaboration with the 2019 Matera-Basilicata Foundation, present two new video works by the Iranian artist Shirin Neshat.
A review that ranges from the low-cost housing projects of the post-war years to new experimental and sustainable ways of inhabiting the planet
A necessary tribute to a great artist who created a language in relational art made of sensitivity, local tradition and global codes.
A public art project set in Rome’s Piazza del Popolo to celebrate the universal event of birth, moving a sudden and sincere emotion.
Altan’s entire world told through original drawings, posters, illustrations, paintings, sketches, tables, books and videos.
Three meetings to retrace the activity of one of the greatest photographers of our time.
From Lucio Fontana to Piero Guccione. Sgarbi pursues beauty among extraordinary discoveries and venerated masters.
A new focus presentation of the MAXXI archives this time featuring a great photographer
«Painting recognises no customs. Children do not know gender. Art hates painters».
A cinematographic animation project that starts on paper to transform into a collective and participatory art performance.
An international review examining and investigating, through diverse idioms, the myriad faces of contemporary living.
Un percorso guidato gratuito ad alcune gallerie del Museo a cura degli ospiti dell’Istituto di riabilitazione Leonarda Vaccari.
Un straordinario viaggio nel progetto che indaga il tema dello spirituale attraverso lo sguardo dell’arte contemporanea e, al contempo, della storia arcaica di Roma.
Fifty years after the "spring in which the streets and squares of our country resounded with freedom", that concept, cultivated by the baby boomer generation, is at risk of collapse.
From the Etruscan walls to street art, Montanari gives voice to contemporary paintings, sculptures and graffiti.
Una raccolta fotografica che racconta il mondo con gli occhi di chi ha ancora voglia di scoprirlo.
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Every Monday, 1 May, 25 December
24 DECEMBER 11:00 am – 5:30 pm
31 DECEMBER 11:00 – 5:30 pm
6 JANUARY 11:00 – 8:00 pm
TUESDAY and THURSDAY 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
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SUNDAY 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
for young people of between 14 and up to 25 years of age; for groups of at least 15 people and affiliated groups; accredited journalists with a valid press pass; FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano members; holders of Bibliocard – Biblioteche di Roma; holders of entrance tickets for the Museo Ebraico of Rome; holders of entrance tickets for La Galleria Nazionale; Consiglio Nazionale degli Architetti members; Associazione Italiana Ambasciatori del Gusto members and relatives; holders of Pro Loco membership card.
for all members of families composed of two adults and at least one child (free for under-14s).
every Tuesday, access the museum at a reduced price, thanks to Enel . Valid until 8 March, on the occasion of “on the spiritual matter of art” exhibition.
for “last hour” admissions from 5:30 pm (Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday) and from 6:30 pm (Tuesday, Friday and Saturday); Wednesday from 2:00 PM for Italian and European Union high school and university students – subject to the showing of personal student cards or documents, students (o9ver 14 years of age) for class groups (second level secondary schools) acquiring MAXXI educational activities; for entrance to videogallery screenings (free with the purchase of a full or reduced price entrance ticket).
valid for two entrances on two consecutive days.
valid for exhibition entrance at Extra MAXXI.
valid for museum entrance and Extra MAXXI.
for young people between 14 and up to 25 years of age; for groups of at least 15 people and affiliated groups; accredited journalists with a valid press pass; FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano members; holders of Bibliocard – Biblioteche di Roma; holders of entrance tickets for the Museo Ebraico of Rome; holders of entrance tickets for La Galleria Nazionale; Consiglio Nazionale degli Architetti members; Associazione Italiana Ambasciatori del Gusto members and relatives; holders of Pro Loco membership card.
present a ticket to the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia and access the MAXXI at a reduced price. Furthermore, by presenting a MAXXI ticket at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, you will have access to € 7 instead of 10. Valid until March 8, on the occasion of the exhibition “on the spiritual matter of art”.
under 14 years old, disabled visitors requiring accompaniment, companions of disabled visitors, MiBAC employees, European Union tour guides and couriers, 1 teacher for every 10 students, ICOM members, AMACI members, accredited journalists, MAXXI membership card holder; from Tuesday to Friday, free admittance for academics and university researchers in Art and Architecture; on your Birthday; for entrance to the permanent collection, from Tuesday to Thursday; for women on 8 March.
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Gallery 4 – admittance free for all from Tuesday to Friday and every first Sunday of the month
MAXXI is dedicating one of its galleries to a permanent display of its own collections. Through the presentation of thematic selections of works, continually evolving exhibitions will trace thematic itineraries exploring the museum’s collection.
This first exhibition, with over 30 works of art (paintings, sculptures, installations, videos and photographs) and 21 architectural projects (drawings, models, photographs and miscellaneous documents recounting the story of each project), presents the MAXXI collection through works by the great masters of the 20th Century and young artists and designers, some exhibited for the first time.
The dynamic, immersive hanging allows the works to dialogue with one another, with Zaha Hadid’s fluid spaces and with the public. Thanks to surfaces and panels suspended from the ceiling and with the creation of a grid of new spaces and volumes, the public will in fact be able to enjoy the emotions of the work through 360° in an active and participatory experience.
Beyond the physical space: the MAXXI Collection is also virtual! With just a few simple gestures you can enjoy a unique and immersive experience through 3D viewers available in the Gallery 4. Observe in the most minute detail some of the most interesting architectural models not currently on display and explore the thinking of the great masters through their projects.
MAM – MUSEUM OF MODERN ART | Rio de Janeiro
July 5 – September 11, 2016
FONDAZIONE PROA | Buenos Aires
19 March – 5 June 2016
Mario Merz, Senza titolo (Triplo igloo), 1984 - 2002
The use of geometrical shapes and rules (whether Euclidean or derived from natural models) has long been, and still is, one of the most congenial approaches to the interpretation of a space and to the formal elaboration of a project. Architects have employed a compositional language derived from geometry and have adopted its laws – testing and sometimes stretching their potential, and even going so far as to deny their fundaments.
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Since architecture is by definition the art of spatial arrangement, it bears an essential and perspicuous relation to volume and to its own realization as three-dimensional bodies.
To architects, volume is the main vehicle of formal, conceptual, and functional contents. Volume stands for the identity of an architecture, defines the relation of a building to its context, and acts as the receptacle of intended functions.
A tendency to strive for essential forms and visual syntheses in the spatial collocation of volumes has also been prominent among artists.
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The superimposition and stratification of elements that are either harmonious or discordant points to compositional procedures that frequently occur in the creative process.
In works that touch upon even the most intimate domains of existence, artists have made recourse to the modes of composition by stratification, accumulation, and integration.
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The body is, by definition, the standard unit of measure in architecture. From Leonardo da Vinci to Le Corbusier, from Vitruvius to the present, architecture has always reckoned with the human dimension, in a challenge to adapt to the changing demands of life.
The body is a central theme in contemporary art, and forcefully came to the fore in the late sixties, raising issues at once political and social. A typical outcome of the period were performances and happenings, as occasions in which the body was made an instrument for direct communication with the public. Installations also create a setting in which viewers are made to bring their own body into a system of relations – an artistic mode staged frequently and in several guises on the contemporary creative scene.
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Enrico Del Debbio
Architectural composition spans a wide scale of magnitude, ranging from the urban and territorial dimension to the dimension of interiors and the smaller compositional details.
at the same time in Art you can move from ensemble to detail.
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