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Exhibitions

Senzamargine: Passages in Italian Art at the Turn of the Millennium
Now on  - Oct 10, 2021

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the MAXXI museum, a sizeable new display of Italian contemporary art from masters in the museum's own collection, as well as newer artists not yet part of it, will showcase the vitality and diversity of artistic research in Italy today, and highlight some of the lesser-known innovators working on the edge of artistic innovation in Italy.

The exhibition takes place within a sequence of immersive gallery environments that speak to the thematic elements within the artworks themselves, reflecting the unique relationship with space that much 21st-century Italian art is known for. The exhibition will provide a reference point for understanding Italian contemporary art, and provides a platform for new artists to continue innovating within the thriving tradition.

Image credit: Archivio Editoriale Lotus, Milano | Luigi Ghirri, pagine del menabò di Paesaggio italiano. Reggio Emilia – piazza San Prospero, 1987.

Alberto Boatto: The Look from the Outside
Now on  - Oct 10, 2021

For the first time ever, MAXXI is dedicating its focus towards a critic's archive. As one of the most influential figures in the latter half of 20th-century Italy, Alberto Boatto was a direct witness to the radical transformations that took place in the artistic landscape during this period, and often wrote from the perspective of someone observing the art world from the outside.

This exhibition features a significant collection of items from Boatto's personal archive, including letters, manuscripts, and many of his publications. Get a full picture of who Boatto was through his exchanges with friends, his intellectual efforts, and his correspondence with artists, critics, and writers. In short, the sum total of his life's work.

Aldo Rossi: The Architect and the Cities
Now on  - Oct 17, 2021

Aldo Rossi – the world-renowned architect – is the focus of a major retrospective at MAXXI that analyses the extraordinary theoretical and practical contribution of this “unusual architect” in the reconstruction of Berlin and the debate about Barcelona. Rossi places his studies within a broader tradition of national analytical culture and in relation to the most pressing issues of urban contemporary life.

Cultural projects, architectural projects, domestic set-ups, and projects are the three main drivers of a complex, multifaceted history involving training, research, and education, and critique. Materials from the MAXXI Architecture archive as well as archives and collections from all over the world are on display: famous drawings, projects, writings, and a spectacular series of models, a kind of imaginary city, tangle of ideas, images, places, identities, and memory.

Image credit: Il Gran Teatro Dell'Architettura, Milan - Italy, by Francesca Iovene.

What's included

Admission to the MAXXI
Admission to selected temporary exhibitions
Admission to the Giovanni Gastel exhibition (if add-on selected)
MAXXI card (if selected)
  • Explore MAXXI's permanent art collection, composed of 400 works from international artists including William Kentridge and Gerhard Richter
  • Excite all of your artistic senses with the 20th and 21st century collections, installations, video-art, sculptures, net-art and photography
  • Visit the temporary exhibitions, and dive into the museum's architectural collection – a journey from conceptual ideas to their physical realization

MAXXI goes beyond the bounds of a typical art museum. In its own words, the space serves as a campus for culture. Inside, architecture is as prominent as art, and the design of the building testifies to that.

The collection covers art from the 20th century to contemporary pieces, with names like Alighiero Boetti, Francesco Clemente, and Mario Merz all on display. The works of important Italian and foreign artists of the 20th century's last four decades have been purchased in order to show a journey between the latest contemporary works and the past works that helped shape them.

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  • Photography and video recordings are allowed in the museum piazza and foyer but are forbidden in the exhibition galleries
  • This ticket includes a booking fee
Sunday 11:00 - 19:00
Monday 11:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 11:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 19:00
Thursday 11:00 - 19:00
Friday 11:00 - 19:00
Saturday 11:00 - 19:00
MAXXI - National Museum of 21st Century Art
Via Guido Ren, 00196, Rome
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