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The National Galleries of Ancient Art in Palazzo Barberini[...]
The RUFA Academy of Fine Arts celebrates the tenth anniversary of its photography school and the first year of the new audiovisual school with a project created by former graduate[...]
The first solo exhibition in Italy of Oscar Murillo, one of the winners of the 2019 Turner Prize, is a consequence of the invitation addressed to the Colombian artist by the Memmo[...]
On the occasion of the reopening to the public of the Corsini Gallery[...]
Moments of lightness and pure joy, wonderful gifts of chance, as he himself defined them: the most extensive retrospective ever to be organized in Italy devoted to Jacques Henri La[...]
"Details are important. Too often, we exclude them, we evade them, accustomed to looking at the total, the whole, the complete, absorbed by our daily lives.
"My works have no reference to reality, as can be deduced from the captions and they are perfectly abstract, just as true contemporary art is abstract”
The exhibition Reflected Alphabets.
From the fragility of the polar bear to the frowning expression of the gorilla, from the elegance of the chameleon to the pangolin wrapped around itself: the 22 sculptures by the[...]
The exhibition at the House of Goethe traces the life and work of Friedrich Noack (1858-1930), one of[...]
Dora García’s project is the fourth chapter in the three-year “Sensitive Devices” program devised by Angel Moya Garcia for Rome’s Mattatoio, focusing on the convergences of[...]
The exhibition at the Museo di Roma in Trastevere pays tribute, for the first time, to one of the great protagonists of Italian photography during the second half of the 20th century: Calogero Casc[...]
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