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Summer at MAXXI - Contemporary talks on cities.Roma – Milano andata e ritorno
Project designer and curator Roberta Petronio Museum Piazza – free entrance until full capacity 10 individual seats reserved for myMAXXI card holders writing to email@example.com, by the day before the event
Rome-Milan: united by ever faster connections, these two cities are experiencing a cancellation of distances, as if they were both extensions of the other.
The agreement between MAXXI and the Milan Triennale for the National architecture prize, designed to build a new cultural bridge between the two cities, has been extended with a new project.
Thanks to the high-speed trains, the two cities are undergoing an enlargement of urban territoriality that involves ever larger groups of people who are used to moving and living ‘between’ for work, love, or simple curiosity. But, how much do the two cities, despite the continuous contact, know each other, net of the fundamentals?
Managers, professionals, cultural operators, creatives, writers, artists, musicians, and innovators will talk about this in a cycle of meetings that will take place alternately in the two cities.
Spazi Urbani: ‘Come cambiano, e come ci stanno cambiando’
Speakers Carlo De Vito FS Sistemi Urbani President Clara Tosi Pamphili fashion historian Saverio Raimondo comedian and author Chicco Testa manager Michele Masneri journalist at Il Foglio