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Interno del Teatrino Scientifico di via Sabotino, Parco Centrale, 1979
credit: Archivio Purini - Thérmes
Tuesday 27 June 2017 ore 19:30 - ore 21:00
Estate Romana 40 years on
MAXXI Piazza – admittance free
40 years after the first Basilica of Maxentius event MAXXI reprising the Estate Romana
An opportunity for debate with some of the protagonists and followers of that season, commemorating how at the beginning of that summer in 1977, the urban landscape of Rome changed suddenly, transforming by some strange enchantment into a sequence of places in which film, poetry, art and music set the scene for a collective public and participatory “street” experience.
Since then and for many years that followed, the Estate Romana has nourished the idea of ephemeral architecture as a means of transforming the city
Nicolini’s project mobilized the finest creative youth of the time and soon managed to change perception of urban public space through non-permanent architecture and through the public nature of the arts.
Speakers Alberto Abruzzese sociologist and writer Achille Bonito Oliva art critic and curator Cecilia Canziani art critic and curator Andrea Cortellessa literary critic and architectural historian Daniela Lancioni art critic and curator Marilù Prati coordinator of the activities valorizing the Nicolini archive Franco Purini architect
Introduced and moderated by Pippo Ciorra Senior Curator, MAXXI Architettura