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In Rome, Annette Messager presents 15 works, some conceived for Villa Medici while others are among the most significant in her long career: a universe of small things, made up of everyday gestures and materials, often related to a feminine and intimate world.


Art / Beatrice Zamponi


Freedom of Movement

Migration, freedom of movement, reception in the video installation by the two German artists Nina Fischer and Maroan el Sani on show at MAXXI in Rome.



Jannis Kounellis (1936–2017)

Remember Jannis Kounellis with a recent interview, where we are treated to an indomitable and potent cavalcade by one of the most prominent figures in contemporary art, who has always given priority to ethical and civil commitment over his work.




Alfredo Pirri: RWD – FWD

Surprising and meticulous, the Alfredo Pirri archive provides an understanding of key stages in the artist’s development while at the same time casting light on certain moments in Italy’s artistic path.


Art / Ilaria Gianni


Local Icons

On display at MAXXI in Rome, “Local Icons. Urban landscapes north/south” presents eight cities and a journey from the North to the South of the world, through new urban landscapes.



Sections of Autonomy

The two curators of the exhibition at Pastificio Cerere in Rome, Luca Galofaro and Choi Won-joon, talk about the career paths of six young Korean architects and the context that formed them.