Thursday 1 January 1970

MAXXIinWeb/ Massimiliano Fuksas

MAXXinWeb/ Massimiliano Fuksas

The MAXXIinWeb project organized by MAXXI and Telecom Italia is about to launch: with free admittance while places are available in the MAXXI Auditorium for nine encounters with nine major players in contemporary creativity that Telecom Italia will be making available free to the web public in live streaming on the site www.telecomitalia.com. Moreover, there will be livechat, exclusive contents and backstage material.

Architects, artists, photographers and creative figures of international fame will be talking about their ideas and works, their working methods and their personal relationships with creativity and new technologies: Massimiliano Fuksas, Luigi Ontani, Enzo Cucchi, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Giulio Cappellini, Olivo Barbieri, Francesco Vezzoli, Fernando and Humberto Campana and Moreno Cedroni will be accompanying the public on this exploration of the diverse forms of creativity through exclusive materials and unusual forms of interactivity that will make the web a privileged channel for contact with contemporaneity.

First event

Saturday 17 September, 21.00

Massimiliano Fuksas

The multiple prize-winning Italian architect Fuksas owes his fame to a highly sophisticated design sensibility that has led him, since the late 1970s, to design buildings, metropolitan areas, museums, towers and hotels throughout the world. His designs include the Twin Towers in Vienna, the Nuova Fiera fair ground in Milan, the ‘La Nuvola” new conference centre in the EUR quarter in Rome (under construction) and the “Maison des Arts” in Bordeaux.


Massimiliano e Doriana Fuksas, Armani Fifth Avenue, NYC, USA, 2007-2009. © Ramon Prat