exhibition
02 October 2020 > 30 January 2022

senzamarginePassages in Italian Art at the Turn of the Millennium

Access to galleria 1 is free of charge from Tuesday to Thursday.

galleria 1 
curated by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi

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opening hours

Monday closed
Tuesday to Friday 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday 11 am – 8 pm
the ticket office is open until 1 hour before Museum closing

special openings

Monday 1 November 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday 6 November 11 am – 00 am

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Access to the Museum requires the presentation of the EU digital COVID certificate or a negative antigen test taken within the previous 48 hours, together with an ID card. The provisions do not apply to children under 12 years of age or to persons with specific medical certifications.

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CARLA ACCARDI | LUCIANO FABRO | LUIGI GHIRRI |  YERVANT GIANIKIAN E ANGELA RICCI LUCCHI | PAOLO ICARO | JANNIS KOUNELLIS | ANNA MARIA MAIOLINO | CLAUDIO PARMIGGIANI | MARIO SCHIFANO 

On the Museum’s tenth anniversary – inaugurated on May 30, 2010 – a new large display enhances the Collection’s project, displaying in the gallery dedicated to it a nucleus of works by nine masters representing the vitality and diversity of artistic research in Italy. Masters not yet present in the MAXXI Collection and who, thanks to a contribution from the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism on the occasion of this important anniversary, will become part of it.

Set in a sequence of immersive environments that enhance their revolutionary charge, strength and monumentality, as well as their relationship with space, the chosen works created by Italian masters, or active in Italy. Often considered to be on the margins of the most well-known movements, over the years these artists have been able to maintain independent and original research, such as to be considered a reference point for the artists of subsequent generations.

header: Luigi Ghirri, pages from Paesaggio italiano’s model. Reggio Emilia – Teatro Municipale, 1987. Reggio Emilia – piazza San Prospero, 1987 cm 51,7 x 25,8. Courtesy: Archivio Editoriale Lotus, Milano.
 


 


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