Tuesday to Sunday 11 am – 7 pm
the ticket office is open until 1 hour before the Museum closing
the only open ticket, valid for one entry to the Museum and all current exhibitions until 2121
for young people aged between 14 and 25 (not yet turned 25); for groups of 15 people or more; registered journalists with a valid ID card; La Galleria Nazionale, Museo Ebraico di Roma, Villa Medici: Accademia di Francia a Roma ticket holders; upon presentation of ID card or badge: Accademia Costume & Moda, Accademia Fotografica, Automobile Club d’Italia (ACI), Biblioteche di Roma, Casa Internazionale delle Donne, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Enel (for badge holder and accompanying person), FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano, IED – Istituto Europeo di Design, IN/ARCH – Istituto Nazionale di Architettura, Interclub Welfare Card, ISFCI – Istituto Superiore di Fotografia, Sapienza Università di Roma, LAZIOcrea, Officine Fotografiche, Ordine degli Assistenti Sociali, Ordine dei Medici Chirurghi e degli Odontoiatri, Ordine Psicologi Lazio, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Amici di Palazzo Strozzi, Poste Italiane, Rinascente, Romaeuropa Festival, Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Scuola Internazionale di Comics, Teatro Olimpico, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Teatro di Roma, UIL – Unione Italiana del Lavoro, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Youthcard
upon presentation of the membership Card or Carta EFFE
valid on Wednesdays from 2 pm for high school and university students, Italian and from the European Union – upon presentation of the personal card/booklet
for all members of families consisting of two adults and at least one child (free for children under 14)
minors under 14 years of age; disabled people requiring companion; EU Disability Card holders and accompanying person; MiC employees; European Union tour guides and tour guides, licensed (ref. Circular n.20/2016 DG-Museums); 1 teacher for every 10 students; ICOM members; AMACI members; accredited journalists; myMAXXI membership cardholders; European Union students and university researchers in Art and Architecture, public fine arts academies (AFAM registered) students and Temple University Rome Campus students from Tuesday to Friday (excluding holidays); IED – Istituto Europeo di Design professors, NABA – Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti professors, RUFA – Rome University of Fine Arts professors; upon presentation of ID card or badge – valid for two: Collezione Peggy Guggenheim a Venezia, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Sotheby’s Preferred, MEP – Maison Européenne de la Photographie; on your birthday presenting an identity document; Tuesday to Thursday for admission to Gallery 1 hosting the exhibition FUORI TUTTO (from 28 June)
valid for access to the individual exhibition
for groups of 12 people in the same tour; myMAXXI membership card-holders; registered journalists with valid ID
under 14 years of age
disabled people + possible accompanying person; minors under 3 years of age (ticket not required)
MAXXI’s Collection of Art and Architecture represents the founding element of the museum and defines its identity. Since October 2015, it has been on display with different arrangements of works.
6 Jun 2023 ore 18:00
talkGiorgio de ChiricoScritti 1910 - 1978
7 Jun 2023 ore 18:00
talkCasa Come Me / A House Like Me
7 Jun 2023 ore 19:00
film screeningBig screen portraitsFORMIDABILE BOCCIONI
13 Jun 2023 ore 18:00
talkHandmade in Italy
Swiss Institute in Rome, Via Ludovisi 48 – Conference Room
According to the Futurist Manifesto (1909) Venice, the “cloaca maxima of passéism”, was the antithesis of modernity. Today, however, we know that, in contrast, “passéism” is a potent aspect of that very modernity. How is it possible that modern architecture has “ignored” a phenomenon of such importance? In his paper, Stanislaus von Moos proposes a reading of the Ville radieuse not so much as the antithesis of “passéism” but rather as a proving ground for the post-industrial city with its elements of nostalgia and theatre.
“Is it really true that the Le Corbusian visions were wholly oblivious to both past and context? Can we really not see in them any trace of that culture of reform (of the “new form”) that was attempting to resolve the disorder of modernity?” (Marco De Michelis).
An event curated by the Swiss Institute in Italy together with MAXXI Architettura on the occasion of the exhibition L’Italia di Le Corbusier.
With the support of Albert Gnägi (Zurich, ISR member 1970/71), Dr. Charles Hummel Stiftung (Zurich), Jacobs Foundation (Zurich), Gunhild & Olaf Kübler (Küsnacht/Zurich) and Georg und Bertha Schwyzer-Winiker Stiftung (Zurich).