The new presentation of the collection begins in the museum piazza and proceeds without interruptions on the ground floor.
A detailed overview of the artistic and cultural scene of the African continent.
MAXXI and Bulgari together for young contemporary art with the Award that this year is renewed and is projected on the international art scene.
Un modo diverso per vivere il museo, abbandonandosi al movimento e lasciandosi ispirare dalla musica.
Trees and plants for a wild oasis in the museum piazza, thanks to the project organized in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art of New York, within the ambit of the Young Architecture Program.
The first solo exhibition in Europe for the artist who won the Deutsche Bank’s Artist of the Year 2018-2019.
Some of the emblematic works that sanctified Dario Passi’s abandonment of architecture in favour of painting.
Poetic documentary films where personal stories intertwine with collective accounts.
The story of the Italian sound avant-garde through photographs, films, videos, historical posters, original LPs and audio contributions.
A major exhibition uniting old masters and contemporary art.
A symbolic map of the practices that inhabit the ever-expanding independent national scene, with a selection of eight projects.
Un percorso multimediale tra il continente africano e il futuro.
An exhibition with the candid shots of the world’s most famous photo reporter
Dal 18 al 28 ottobre tutti gli eventi ospitati al MAXXI della tredicesima edizione della Festa del Cinema di Roma.
Un evento dedicato alla scuole secondarie per presentare il cortometraggio vincitore del bando MigrArti.
Un progetto performativo esperienziale itinerante attraverso tre centri d’arte e cultura di Roma.
An exploration of the technological and surreal imaginary of the artists of today, from computer-generated dreams to creative algorithms and avatars that question the meaning of existence.
Un ciclo di appuntamenti nell'ambito del programma dedicato alla videoarte.
On Saturday 13 October the museum will be open with free admittance from 11am to 10pm (last entries at 9pm)
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31 October 2012 – 03 March 2013 exhtended until 10 March
Gian Ferrari Hall
curated by Monia Trombetta
MAXXI is devoting the exhibition Mirabilia Urbis to Grazia Toderi, Leone d’Oro at the Venice Biennale in 1999 and one of the most representative members of the Italian generation of the 1990’s.
?The work from which the exhibition takes its name was created by the artist in 2001 and joined the MAXXI Arte permanent collection this year thanks to Renata Novarese’s generous donation.
Rome plays a leading role in the three works by Grazia Toderi on show: three video projections for three different visions of the capital from above, teeming with lights or cloaked in darkness, in which the rhythm of streets, buildings and piazzas becomes pattern, evocation, dilated and stratified space, making the portrait of the “eternal city” all the more profound.
Mirabilia Urbis (2001) marks the beginning of the exhibition and is shown together with Rosso (2007), already part of the collection, and Mirabilia Urbis (2012), a large-scale double projection realised by Grazia Toderi for this occasion.