Fifty-year career in which art, criticism and politics are intertwined
26 artists and over 50 works present prison as a metaphor for the contemporary world and the contemporary world as a metaphor for prison.
A workshop with native educators on the exhibition “Nature Forever. Piero Gilardi” to learn English through contemporary art while having fun!
A guided tour of the exhibitions “Nature Forever. Piero Gilardi” and “Please Come Back. The world as prison?”
Un progetto sul concetto di auto-narrazione ispirato al Muro della Democrazia
Experience the museum with its exhibitions and events for an entire year
MAXXI and important national institutions are networking and collaborating to promote, support and spread the culture of modern and contemporary art in Italy
La videogallery permanente del museo con un programma di proiezioni dedicato ai video d’artista
The paths that have guided interior design from the early 20th century to the present day
A ingresso gratuito per tutti dal martedì al venerdì e ogni prima domenica del mese
From architecture to planning, four lectures for four cities: Tokyo, Milan, London and New York.
Four encounters with auteur cinematography recounting the spirit of New York, Tokyo, Milan and London.
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curated by Margherita Guccione
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Italian Republic, MAXXI is presenting a group exhibition featuring shots by great Italian and international photographers who have focused on Italy: a poetic and yet documentary, socialand institutional “atlas” of the Italy of recent decades. On show are sublime and blighted landscapes, ideal cities and neglected suburbs, great architecture and marginal urban spaces.
The exhibition layout presents four sections, enriched by videos and photo projections and by the special project Inside Out by JR, installed in the museum square.
The exhibition opens with representations of the worlds of art, architecture, culture and fashion that underlie our national identity. The portraits of the artist of the Venice Biennale by Ugo Mulas and the photographs of Massimo Piersanti contained in the Graziella Lonardi Buontempo archive dialogue with architectural masterpieces photographed by greats such as Gabriele Basilico with the GIL building by Luigi Moretti in Rome. The constructions of the Foro Italico act as a backdrop to the fashion portraits of Giovanni Gastel that celebrate the Made in Italy phenomenon, while the images by Ferdinando Scianna, realised for the first Dolce & Gabbana advertising campaign integrated anthropological research and fashion photography.
Tommaso Bonaventura Alessandro Imbriaco Fabio Severo, Fascicoli del maxiprocesso 1986-1987, 2012, Corleone, Palermo © Tommaso Bonaventura / Alessandro Imbriaco
This section includes the work by Armin Linke, Il Corpo dello Stato, in which the artist investigates the “secret” rooms of power, the physical places in which decision making power is exercised. In this reflection on public space and its use, Sicily stands as a mirror of the contradictions that are rife throughout the peninsular: the photographs of ecological protest by Letizia Battaglia confront the new forms of a mafia that is part of the system, insinuated in the municipalities, as testified by the project Corpi di reato by Alessandro Imbriaco, Tommaso Buonaventura and Fabio Severo, photographic documentation of the residences of members of mafia organizations found throughout Italy.
Luigi Ghirri, Riccione, 1984, da: Paesaggio italiano 1984, Collezione MAXXI
Sicily and Italy in general express a sublime, signified, pacific physicality. Certainly an image established in the collective imagination and frequently stereotypical. The gaze of a historic generation of photographers has focused on the relationship between this image and the post-modern panorama that has redefined the suburbs of our cities and above all from the 1980s onwards they have devoted themselves to rewriting the image of Italy: Luigi Ghirri, Mario Cresci, Guido Guidi. Another, equally intense, interpretation is that of Franco Fontana who offers an alienating and ecstatic vision of those landscapes.
Michele Borzoni,Concorso pubblico per 9 posti per educatore di asilo nido nel Comune di Firenze, presso l’Obi Hall. 2813 domande di partecipazione e 2174 affluiti. Firenze, 9 Maggio 2014 © Michele Borzoni / TerraProject
From the landscape to the body, in a return to man as the central element and the activator of forces and intellectual and productive energies. In the final section of the exhibition, the world of work is recounted in the historical testimony of Tano D’Amico and Paola Agosti (the strikes, the sit-ins, female labour), from the images of refineries by Paolo Pellegrin to the more recent images of public competitions documented by Michele Borzoni.