07 December 2018 - 29 September 2019

Dentro la Strada Novissima

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

SPECIAL LAST FEW DAYS ZEROCALCARE

or the last few days of Zerocalcare. Scavare fossati · Nutrire coccodrilli, over the weekends of 22-23-24 and 29-30-31 March the exhibition will be open from 11am to 10pm.

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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Architecture Archive Center
curated by Paolo Portoghesi
The exhibition has been extended until 29 September 2019

An insight on 1980 exhibition which started the international debate on post-modern

Among archive documents, pictures, project drawings and direct testimonies,a physical and hystorical path, which allows to end up dentro la Strada Novissima): a collective experience orchestrated byPaolo Portoghesi /em> on the occasion of the First international architectural exhibition of the Venice Biennale, which opened to the public on 27th July 1980 and was entitled La Presenza del Passato (The Presence of the Past).

The Strada Novissima was motivated by the desire to propose a reflection on the urban street through a 70-meter path, ten façades of full scale houses per side, designed by just as many architects including Frank O. Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, Hans Hollein, Franco Purini, Arata Isozaki, Robert Venturi, Ricardo Bofill, GRAU.

On the occasion of the big exhibition La Strada, we propose an insight on this crucial moment of the architectural history of the Nineties, when the street became the concrete image of a different way to conceive architecture, definitively overcoming the dogmas of the Modern Movement.