The Lasting. L’Intevallo e la Durata
Works by Italian and international artists of diverse generations along with selections from the permanent collection. Shown here: a masterful work by Giovanni Fattore.
Galleria Nazionale D’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
Viale Delle Belle Arti 131 (Parioli, north end of Villa Borghese)
Tuesday – Sunday, 8:30 am – 7:30 pm; through January 29, 2017
Capolavori dell’Antica porcellana cinese
A selection of 74 precious ceramics crafted in the ancient Chinese tradition offers an overview of the work produced in China from the Song and Yuan dynasties, 960-1368 (a period of heightened prosperity), to the Ming ceramics of Jingdezhen kilns, 1368-1644 (where ceramics were produced for the Imperial Court), to the most recent production during the Qing dynasty, 1644-1911, when imperial production peaked at its highest level of full maturity.
Palazzo Venezia Via Del Plebiscito 118 (Piazza Venezia)
Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 7 pm; through February 16, 2017
Antonia Low – Status of Lost Imagery
In her first solo exhibition, Accademia Tedesca Villa Massimo Fellow, Antonia Low unveils a site-specific installation themed around the destruction of antique works of art at the archaeological museum in Palmyra, Syria. Low uses photography, cloth and thin metal structures to frame the replicate sculptures.
Museo Nazionale Romano -
Piazza Di Sant’Apollinare 8 (near Piazza Navona)
Tuesday – Sunday, 9 am – 7:45 pm; through July 3
also at this museum:
Oliver Roller - Immagine di potere
A site-specific exhibition of eighteen photographs show the contemporary portraiture style developed by French photographer. Integrating contemporary photography with classical art, Roller establishes a dialogue between the portraits, sculptures of gods and Roman emperors in the museum’s collection. Super-realism and unorthodox expressivity are the hallmarks of Roller poetic.
Oliver Roller. Many of Roller’s subjects are protagonists of politics, media and international finance.
Museo Nazionale Romano – Palazzo Altemps
Piazza Di Sant’Apollinare 8 (Piazza Navona)
Tuesday – Sunday, 9 am – 7:45 pm; through July 17
Tesori per l’aldilà La Tomba degli Ori di Vulci.
Dal sequestro al restauro
A superb collection of jewellery and other finery from a sixth century Etruscan tomb excavated in Vulci, which have have been restored to their original splendour.
Museo Nazionale Etruscan Di Villa Giulia
Villa Poniatowski Piazzale di Villa Giulia 9
(at Via delle Belle Arti, Parioli)
Tuesday – Sunday, 8:30 am – 7 pm; through December 31
Capolavori da scoprire
This unusual museum in a former public works facility juxtaposes shiny modern equipment with ancient artefacts.
The addition of three new acquisitions enrich the museum permanent collection. These include three mosaics depicting the rape of Proserpina and the funerary trousseau of Crepereia Tryphaena, a young girl deceased days prior to her wedding. Discovered in the excavations during the late 1800s, the finds included gold jewelry, precious stones and a doll made of ivory with inlay, believed to be have been crafted in Egypt in the 2nd century AD.
Centrale Montemartini, Via Ostiense 106
Tuesday– Sunday, 9 am – 7 pm; through January 8, 2017
La Misericordia nell’arte:
Itinerario giubilare tra I Capolavori dei grandi Artisti Italiani
A selection of masterpieces illustrating the concept of mercy, which is at the heart of Christian thought. Mercy has been the subject of paintings, sculpture, and miniature carvings, and has been depicted in two different iconographies. The most widespread occurred between the 14th and 15th centuries as Our Lady of Mercy - the cloaked Virgin who protects the Christian people; the other, the Corporal Mercy, a recurring motif in the paintings of the 17th century, following the great success of Caravaggio’s Seven Works of Mercy, created for the Pio Monte della Misericordia in Naples.
Musei Capitolini, Piazza del Campidoglio
Tuesday – Sunday, 9:30 am – 7:30 pm; through June 30
Bansky - War, Capitalism & Liberty
An exhbition, unauthorized by the artist, presents a survey of one-hundred and 150 works by Banksy, the England-based graffiti artist, political activist and film director of unverified identity. All artworks in the show are loaned from private collections. Bansky’s satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humour with graffiti executed in a distinctive stenciling technique. While he has taken shelter behind a concealed identity, he advocates a direct connection between the artist and his constituency. Bansky believes that this is the first time the essentially bourgeois world of art has belonged to the people, and adds, “we need to make it count.” This exhibition echoes themes and motifs that form the core concept of his artistic vision.
Fondazione Roma Museo –Palazzo Cipolla Via del Corso 320 Tuesday – Sunday, 9:30 am – 7pm;
through September 2
Domon Ken – Il Maestro del realismo Giapponese
A retrospective dedicated to the veteran photographer, and pioneer of Japanese realism, a pivotal figure in the history of modern Japanese photography. The exhibition is comprised of more than 150 images shot from the 1920s to the 1980s, documenting the path of social realism prior to and during WWII. Some images in the portfolio trace the tragedy of Hiroshima.
Museo Dell’Ara Pacis, Lungotevere in Augusta
(near Piazza del Popolo)
Tuesday – Sunday, 9:30 am – 7:30 pm; through September 18
Benvenuto Ferrazzi (1892-1969)
The first retrospective in Rome of paintings works by Benvenuto Ferrazzi , an artist little known outside the perimeters of the Roman School of which he was a key exponent during the first half of the 20th century.
Casino Dei Principi - Villa Torlonia Via Nomentana 70
Tuesday – Sunday, 9 am – 7 pm; September 25
A retrospective of more than 100 works in painting, sculpture, objects and jewelry show the range of artistic talent and scientific research of artist, scientist, philosopher and educator, Antonio Meneghetti (1936 -2013). Meneghetti, sometimes referred as an "evil genius," created a project called Ovopedia, envisioning the creation of a multimedia encyclopedia that would have rewritten history according to his own creed. Today, the cult continues to be strong in Italy, Brasil and Russia, where Meneghetti was revered by his followers and treated as a guru.
Complesso Del Vittoriano, Ala Brasini Sala Giubileo, (near the Capitoline).
Monday – Thursday, 9:30 am – 7:30 pm,
Friday - Saturday, 9:30 – 10 pm and Sunday, 9:30 – 8:30 pm; through June 26
Dialogo sulla Misericordia. Dal Seicento all’Ottocento
Ten paintings on loan from the Hermitage Museum in Moscow, underscore the concept of Mercy, which is the theme of this year's jubilee., Italian and Russian masterpieces from the seventeeenth century Euopean perspective through Italian painting in the nineteenth century when emphasis was placed on religious,mystical, historical and social themes.
Complesso Monumentale di San Salvatore in Lauro, Piazza Di San Salvatore in Lauro 15
(off via dei Coronari near Piazza Navona)
Tuesday – Sunday, 10:30 am – 1 pm and 4-7 pm; through September 25
Camille Henrot – Monday
Henrot’s work blurs the traditionally hierarchical categories of art history. She is best-known for her videos and animated films combining drawing, music and occasionally scratched or reworked cinematic images. Her recent work, in sculpture, drawing, photography and, film, considers the fascination with the "other" and "elsewhere" in terms of both geography and sexuality, reflected in popular modern myths that have inspired her, such as King Kong and Frankenstein. The artist's impure, hybrid objects cast doubt on Western history and highlight its borrowings and grey areas. Born in 1978, Camille Henrot lives and works in New York. Her work has been exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London, Chisenhale Gallery in London, the Centre Pompidou, the Louvre, the Musée d’Art Moderne, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the New Orleans Museum of Art, Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin, and the New Museum in New York. In 2013, she was the recipient of the Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship in Washington, DC, where she produced the video Grosse Fatigue awarded the Silver Lion at the 55th Venice Biennale.
Fondazione Memmo – Palazzo Ruspoli, Via Della Fontanella Di Borghese 56 ( near Lungotevere Augusta)
Wednesday – Monday, 12-7 pm; through November 6
Barbara Salvucci. INK
Recent works by Roman artist Barbara Salvucci, a series of wall hangings in zinc.
Museo Carlo Bilotti (Aranciera di Villa Borghese)
Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – 4 pm and Saturday, Sunday, 10 am – 3:30 pm;
through June 26
Calligrafia e arte calligrafica del Pakistan
Still e tendenze contemporanee
A selection of contemporary caligraphic artworks executed in Arabic by well-known Pakistani artists. Caligraphic motifs have had an important decorative function in Islamic architecture. Often, caligraphy is integrated with the ornamental style of arabesque.
Museo Nazionale D’Arte Orientale Giuseppe Tucci – Palazzo Brancaccio,
Via Merulana, 248 (San Giovanni)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:30 am – 2 pm and Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, 9 am – 7:30; through July 10
Manoscritti latini e romanzi da Carlo Magno
Over 180 Latin, Greek, Arabic and Hebrew manuscripts bear witness to the plurality that characterized the origins of modern Western culture.
Accademia Nazionale Dei Lincei – Palazzo Corsin,i Via Della Lungara 14 (Trastevere)
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9 am -1 pm and Tuesday – Thursday, 9 am – 5 pm; through July 22
The first major retrospective of Czech artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) with more than 200 works including paintings, posters, drawings, decorative works, jewelry and furnishings, tracing the creative path of this most celebrated exponent of Art Nouveau. At the turn of the end of the nineteenth and onset of the twentieth centuries, Mucha was broadly known for his style of combining images of seductive women into compositions and using innovative typographical layouts to create original posters. He ushered in a new and affordable artform that flourished in Paris’ Belle Epoque. His style was soon to expand to a series of graphic works and decorative home furnishing that appealed to art lovers in Paris and other countries. In 1904, during a visit to the US, the media hailed Mucha as the greatest decorative artist in the world.
While his fame increased internationally, Mucha developed a strong desire to contribute to the independence of the Czech people. Mucha believed in the universality of art, and its inspiring power to communicate, calling for the creation of a spiritual union of the Slavic peoples and, ultimately, of the entire human race. The Mucha doctrine was love of territory and utopian ideals as manifested in his masterpiece, The Slav Epic (1911-28).
Complesso Del Vittoriano Via Di San Pietro in Carcere (Piazza Venezia)
Monday – Thursday, 9:30 am – 7:30 pm,
Friday - Saturday, 9:30 – 10 pm and Sunday, 9:30 – 8:30 pm; through September 11
Also at this museum:
Barbara. The Icon
The celebrated life of the Barbie doll that has expressed the aesthetic and cultural transformation of society since it entrance on the market more than half a century ago. Unlike other myths of modernity that were crushed by the passage of time, the Barbie doll has been privileged to resist the passing of years, its image, represented in over fifty nationalities, reinforces cultural identity and serves as a global i mirror.
through October 30
Roma Anni Trenta: -
La Galleria d’Arte Moderna e le Quadriennali l’Arte Nazione 1931 – 1939
A panorama of works representing the trends, and characteristics that defined Italian art during the 1930’s. Focus is placed on masterpieces as well as lesser known works of art of significant importance, seen publicly for the first time. The painting shown here is by Mario Sironi.
Galleria D’Arte Moderna di Roma Capitale, Via Francesco Crispi 24
(Piazza Barberini-Piazza di Spagna)
Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 6:30 pm; through October
Correggio e Parmigianino
A selection of masterpieces from museums worldwide compare and contrast the careers of two luminaries, both from the city of Parma, protagonists in the school of painting that made that made the city one of the capitals of the Italian Renaissance: Antonio Allegri known as Correggio (1489-1534) and Francesco Mazzola known as Parmigianino (1503-40).
Le Scuderie del Quirinale, Via XXIV Maggio 16
Sunday - Thursday 10 am - 8 pm and Friday - Sunday, 10 am - 10:30 pm;
through June 26
I Macchiaioli. Le collezioni svelate
I Macchiaioli collectively represent one of the most important movements in 19th-century Italian painting, a group of painters who painted largely out-of-doors, skillfully capturing the quality of light, shade and color.. A selection of 100 works gathered from private collections. Highlights include works of Cristiano Banti, Diego Martelli, Rinaldo Carnielo, Edoardo Bruno, Gustavo Sforni, Mario Galli, Enrico Checcucci, Camillo Giussani, Mario Borgiotti.
Chiostro Bramante, Via della Arca della Pace
( near Piazza Navona)
Monday - Friday, 10 am - 8 pm and Saturday - Sunday, 10 am - 9 pm; through September 4
Antoine Jean-Baptiste Thomas e il popolo di Roma
Some 142 original drawings by French artist Antoine Jean-Baptiste depict 19th century Rome, the people, rituals and the daily life of the streets and piazzas..
Museo di Roma Piazza Pantaleo 10 (Piazza Navona)
Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 7 pm; through September 11
Exhibitions – Palazzo delle Esposizione
Via Nazionale 194
Sunday – Thursday, 10 am – 8 pm and Friday, Saturday, 10 am – 10:30 pm
Gianni Berengo Gardin. Vera Fotografia.
The exhibition reviews the long career of Gianni Berengo Gardin (Santa Margherita Ligure 1930), the photographer who has managed to capture the Italian spirit and era better than any other over the past fifty years. His life and work depict a straightforward portrayal of Ithe Italian social landscape.
Palazzo delle Esposizioni Via Nazionale 194
through Augusto 28
An original video installation adopts a contemporary approach to artwork in its exploration of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio's artistic career. The use of a sophisticated multi-projection system on a massive scale, combined with an original musical score and fragrances, takes visitors on a sensorial journey based on total immersion in the art of this 17th century master. through July 3
EXHIBITIONS AT MACRO TESTACCIO & LA PELANDA
Piazza Orazio Giustiniani 4 (Testaccio)
Tuesday-Saturday, 3-8 pm and Friday-Saturday, 11 am - 11 pm
Ugo Rondinone – Giorni d’oro + notti d’argento
Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone has devised an itinerary developed around two environmental installations conceived as cycles that transform the exhibition spaces into fantasy settings, encouraging the visitor to engage with the works.
At MACRO Testaccio, a number of works are gathered in a dazzling setting dominated by lights, colors and large animated installations. Forty-five clowns, postured as may poses represent activities of everyday life, while expressing the anguish of human solitude. The installation is enriched by hundreds of rainbows, designed by students from schools throughout Rome, who hae been involved directly with the artist in collaboration with the museum’s Education Department.
This exhibition travelled from the Museum Boijmans in Rotterdam and will continue to the the Bass Museum in Miami, and to Art Basel in December. Ugo Rondinone (Brunnen Switzerland, 1964 -) lives and works in New York. His work revolves around visions linked to fantasy and desire, but not devoid of shiny, playful and surreal aspects. In 2007 he represented Switzerland at la Biennale di Venezia and in 2013 he exhibited his public work Human Nature at the Rockefeller Center in New York. His last exhibition in Rome in 2001, was Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye at Palazzo delle Esposizioni. His works are in the collections of MoMA New York, the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Walker Art Center Minneapolis, the Dallas Museum of Art and others.
MACRO Testaccio Piazza Orazio Giustiniani
Tuesday – Sunday, 10:30 am – 7:30 pm; through September 11 and at
Mercati Traiano – Via IV Novembre 94 Tuesday – Sunday, 9:30 am – 7:30 pm; through September 11
Yahon Chang – The Question of Beings
New works and works selected from international venues where the artist has recently shown, including the La Biennale di Venezia and the International Art Exhibition at MACRO. Chang’s recent works resonate with the historical site of La Pelanda, an ex-slaughter house. Also on display, three large-scale iron sculptures from the 2015 exhibition in Venice will be presented along with an “ink painting” installation. The project was conceived and curated by Paolo De Grandis and Claudio Crescentini.
Opens June 23 through August 28
The largest exhibition ever organized around the phenomenon of the tattoo and its influence as an artistic expression in modern times.
through July 24
Alessandro Valeri – Lasciami entrare
This installation in photography, painting, and design marks the final phase of a project begun in 2011 when the artist journeyed to the ancient Greek city of Sepphoris near Nazareth, today known as Tzippori. Valeri’s brings into focus the creative process of children from indistinguishable ethnicity and diverse cultural and religious practices who live in an orphanage within a Jewish moshav in a zone populated by Muslim Arabs and run by the Nuns of Santa Anna, assisted by Christian, Jewish and Muslim staff members
through July 24
EXHIBITIONS AT MAXXI
MAXXI - Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo , Via Guido Reni 4A (Flaminio)
Tuesday - Friday and Sunday 11 am - 7 pm, Saturday, 11 am - 10 pm
Shahzia Sikander: Ectasy as Sublime, Heart as Vector (Sikander)
Showing for the first time in Italy, Pakistani artist, Shahzia Sikander’s rich and complex oeuvre reflects his observation of the present through the lens of the imagination, symbols, literature and the history of diverse cultural traditions. A selection of 30 works in various media and idioms from drawing to miniatures referring to the Indo-Persian tradition and from video to digital animation. through October 23
Benvenuto! Sislej Xhafa
A visual journey showcasing the complexity of the modern world, encourages the observer to reflect both in personal and collective terms on social, economic and political phenomena in a global context. The exhibition comprises 30 works, spanning from the 1990s through to the present and a site-specific installation created expressly for this show. through October 2
Extraordinary Visions. L’Italia ci Guarda
A selection of works from the portfolios of 40 masters of photography recounts the beauty, and contradictions of Italy, The150 images include blighted landscapes, ideally scaled cities, neglected suburbs, monumental architecture and marginal urban spaces. Celebrating the seventieth anniversary of the Italian Republic. through October 2
One of the most influential groups in the Italian radical architecture movement, SuperStudio was founded in 1966 by Adolfo Natalini and Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, who were later joined by Gian Piero Frassinelli, Roberto and Alessandro Magris, ,and Alessandro Poli. The group's style can be described as metaphysical, innovative and outré. This exhibition is largely deoted to videos along wiht a selection of drawings, photomontages and installations. through September 4
Pier Luigi Nervi - Architecture for Sport
A selection of drawings, photographs, documents and models from more than 60 projects for sports facilities, many of them taken from the Nervi Archive in the museum's architectural collections.
through October 2
An entire gallery space is devoted to the museum's permanent collection, with continuously evolving exhibitions- This first in the series features works by 20th century masters, young artists and designers in more than 30 works including paintings, sculptures, installations, videos, photographs and 21 architectural drawings, models, photographs and miscellaneous documents recounting the story of each project. Entrance to this sala is free to the public from Tuesday through Friday.
EXHIBITIONS AT MACRO
Museo D’Arte Contemoranea Roma, Via Via Nizza 138 at Via Cagliari (near Piazza Fiume)
Tuesday – Friday, 11 am – 7 pm; Saturday, 11 am – 10 pm and Sunday, 11 am – 7 pm tel 06 671 070400
Videocracy # 1: Bruce Nauman / Cheryl Donegan
An exhibition surveying three monumental video works by two iconic artists of the 20th century; Bruce Nauman and Cheryl Donegan. The survey focuses on Nauman’s "Walking in an Exaggerated Manner Around the Perimater of a Square" (1967-68, 10’ 35” and Donegan’s "Head" (1993, 5’ 56”) and "Sets" (1997, 3’ 16”), making generational, genre, media – film styles and methodological comparisons between the works of the two artists.
through October 2
Segni, alfabeti, scritture.
Percorsi nell’arte contemporanea attrverso la collezione Macro
The exhibition explores the relationship that occured throughout most of 20th century between the visual arts and writing as depicted in art movements from the historical avant-gard to collages, Cubism, Futurism, Dadaism, the visual poetry of the 1970s, and conceptual art of the 1990s. A selection of non-figurative works from the museum’s permanent collection illustrates the way in which writing can be understood not only in gestural and calligraphic contexts, but also conceptually.
Works of the following artists are represented in the show: Gastone Novelli, Achille Perilli, Antonio Sanfilippo, Bice Lazzari, Carla Accardi, Pietro Consagra, Gianfranco Baruchello, Nicola De Maria, Domenico Bianchi, Vasco Bendini, Naoya Takahara,Maurizio Arcangeli, Claudio Adami, Luca Maria Patella, H. H. Lim, Claire Fontaine and Carla Accardi whose work is shown here.
through November 2
Appunti di una generazione #3:
Matteo Basilé – Pietra Santa / Gioacchino Pontrelll
The third edition of the museum’s studio project showcases works by two Italian artists who emerged in the the 1990s.. Matteo Basilé presents his new series of photographic works depicting marble quarries of Carrara and Gioacchino Pontrelli selection of works in which paintings of figurative and abstract forms are manipulated in a collage of signs and images.
through October 2
Dall’oggi al domain. 24 ore nell’arte contemporanea
A selection of more than 70 works comprised of painting, photography, video, journals, music, and digital creations by Italian and international artists who reflect on the language of cultural expression as an instruments of time that effect and characterize our daily lives. The work shown here is by Guido Paolini.
through October 2
William Kentridge – Triumps and Laments
A project begun last March covering the retaining wall along the Tiber River between Ponte Sisto and Ponte Mazzini is underscored by a series of initiatives that portray the monumental unfolding of the history of Rome. The exhibition features charcoal figures designed by the Kentridge depicting the iconography of ancient Roman art as well as incorporating images and stories derived from the history of the Catholic Church, including a poignant St. Teresa of Avila, and continue to invoke contemporary history represented by a moving installation dedicated to the murder of poet and filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini. In addition to a a selection of works presented at the Venice Biennale of 2015, the exhibition comprises a series of ink drawings and pastels, created especially for this occasion. A large paper frieze measuring over six meters in length reproduces the totality of the sequence of monumental figures realized for the bank of the Tiber project. The exhibition also includes cutouts of figures and objects, seen publicly for the first time. Subsequently, they will be used as standards by the performers for the musical and theatrical event designed by Kentridge in collaboration with Philip Miller, who will be present during the two-day inauguration. Also being shown is video documentation of the preparatory process filmed by the artist over the years, and fundamental to understanding the evolution of the entire project
through October 2
MACRO - Museo D’Arte Contemporanea Testaccio
Piazza della Giustiniani Tuesday – Thursday, 2-8 pm
Cristiano Pintaldi – Daòòa Materia alla Luce
The artist is known and appreciated for his personal technique of pixel decomposition, a process from which he recreates digital images on canvas. through October 1, 2016
Midsummer Night's Dream
A group exhibition dedicated to Shakespearean themes of dreams, love and poetry recognizes four-hundred years since the playwright's death. More suggestive than actual, the works of these artists create a realistic atmosphere of intangible perceptions that touch and disturb our innermost thoughts.
Lorenzo Bruschini, painter and engraver, was born in Frascati in 1974. He attended the prestigious Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, and graduated in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Lucianella Cafagna was born in Rome in 1968, studied at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris and apprenticed in the studio of Pierre Carron, a protégé of Balthus. Alessandro Sicioldr is an Italian painter and illustrator born in 1990 in Tarquinia. He learned the art of drawing and painting with special training for technical processes for the preparation of the pigments and media.
RVB Arts Via Delle Zoccolette 28 (near Piazza Farnese)
Tuesday – Saturday, 11am -1:30 pm and 4-7:30 pm; through July 30
Like a Bird, Not a Feather
New installations featuring work by Martin Creed, Giorgio Griffa, Richard Long, Anselm Kiefer, and Luigi Ontani.
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill vicolo Del Catinari 3 (near Campo de’ Fiori)
Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am – 7 pm; through July 20
Dario Coletti – Monte Etna
A selection of fourteen images in black and white by photographer Dario Coletti capture the the sublime beauty and mystic of Mount Etna’s planetary otherness.
Doozo Galleria Via Palermo 51 (Monti) Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am – 10 pm; through September 22
Rain Come Down! – Domesticated Environments – the Hungarian attitudes
A group show curated by Zsolt Petrányi featuring works by Zsófi Barabás, László Hatházi, Tibor Iski Kocsis, Hajnalka Tarr, Kata Tranker and Zsofia Szemzo focuses on the ways in which humans relate to their environments whether natural, political, historical, or urban landscape. The works of these artists reflect a shifting paradigm that is shaped by perspectives and developments rooted in the place of the artists’origins, which thus influences their work.
z2o Galleria Sara Zanin, Via della Vetrina (near Piazza Navona)
Tuesday – Saturday, 1-7 pm; through July 30
Videozoom: Danimarca – Borderlines
The fourteenth edition of the video festival presents works by video artists working in Denmark.
The exhibition focuses on the works of six Danish artists and highlights the cultural specificities of this genre of art production from territories worldwide. On an international level video art is considered one of their strongest forms of expression.
SALA 1 Piazza Di Porta San Giovanni 10
Tuesday – Saturday, 4:30-7:30 pm; through July 13
Bendini ultimo (2000-2013)
Less than a year after his death, an exhibition dedicated to Italian informalist painter Vasco Bendini (Bologna,1922 – 2015) features a selection of 40 paintings. Bendini is considered one of the most significant artists of the 20th century.
Accademia Nazionale Di San Luca – Palazzo Carpegna, Piazza dell’Accademia di San Luca 77 (Fontana di Trevi)
Monday-Saturday, 10 am - 7 pm through
A group exhibition dedicated to introspection and to the state of mind that accompanies us throughout our daily lives. Artists present works that render visible our emotional state, often revealing our inner most secrets or, as Henry Ward Beecher once proclaimed, “every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures."
Coronari 111 Art Gallery, Via Del Coronari 111
Monday – Friday, 3-8 pm; through July 28
Il Mondo Come Appare
Dedicated to Italian photography works of the last ten years and to current followers of the pattern begun by Luigi Ghirri who produced pioneering color photographs of landscape and architecture within the milieu of conceptual art during the 1970s. The show features works by Marcello Galvani, Paola de Pietri, Cesare Ballardini, and Guido Guidi
1/9 Unosunove Arte Contemporanea, Via degli Specchi 20 (Largo Argentina – Via Arenula)
Tuesday – Friday, 11 am – 7 pm and Saturday, 3-7 pm; through July 30
Brian Eno: Light Music
The English musician, composer, record producer, singer, writer, and visual artist best known for his pioneering work in ambient and electronic music as well as his influential contributions to rock, worldbeat, chance and generative music styles presents an audiovisual installation, centering around rectangular light boxes, which generate endless combinations of shadow, and colour. Eno is a self-described "non-musician," and has advocated a methodology of theory over practice throughout his career. He has helped to introduce a variety of unique recording techniques and conceptual approaches into contemporary music.
Valentina Bonomo ArteContemporanea
Via Del Portico D’Ottavia 13 (Ghetto)
Tuesday – Saturday, 3-7 pm; through Septmeber 30
Mythologized as the locus of artistic creation, the studio has undergone a sea change in the past fifty years as artists have reconfigured and diversified the sites of their activity. Conceptual practice since Marcel Duchamp’s Readymades and Andy Warhol’s factory has generated new forms and sites of creative endeavor that often exceed the limits of the studio proper.
In looking at the works of past and recent AAR fellows, this exhibition aims to plumb some of the tensions governing contemporary studio practice issuing.
American Academy in Rome Via Angelo Masina 5 (Porta Prancrazio)
Thursday, Friday and Saturday 4-7 pm;
Tomaso De Luca – Ein reiner Morgen in Amerika
(A clear morning in America)
A body of recent sculpture by emerging artist Tomaso De Luca.
MONITOR, Via Sforza Cesarini (Jewish Ghetto) Tuesday – Saturday, 1-7 pm;
through July 16
Ten years since its inception, Fondazione Cerere celebrates its sixth exhibition cycle. Alongwith Ceccobelli, Dessì, Gallo, Nunzio, and Pizzi Cannella, Tirelli was an exponent and founder of the group of artists who formed the San Lorenzo School.
Fondazione Pasticifico Cerere, Via degli Ausoni 7
Monday – Friday, 3-7 pm and Saturday, 4-8 pm; through July 22
Virginia Ryan – I Will Shield You
In a solo exhibition, Australian-born artist Virginia Ryan, showing for the first time in Rome, presents a series of fifteen shield sculptures. Ryan lived and worked in Ghana for fifteen years, and her work shows the influence of both rural European and African cultures. Her sculptures are fashioned from metal, thencovered with raw wool, found objects, pages of books, writings, photographs and fabrics, knotted or held together by a net. Her works intend to embody the structures of power and authority.
Montoro 12, Via Di Montoro 12 (near Campo de' Fiori)
Tuesday – Saturday, 3-9 pm; through June 25
Natalie Frank / Rachel Mason – Face to Face
The first solo exhibition in Italy by Natalie Frank, with the participation of the multifaceted artist Rachel Mason. Face to Face is a confrontation between the persona and the subconscious, between the evil of the world and the malaise derived from repressed desires. Frank's paintings and drawings are stages onto which her visionary personages act out hidden fantasies. She defines her mostly female grotesque characters as “portraits of what makes us human”. Her pictorial technique maximizes the tension between the superficial and the profound, between the figurative and the abstract.
The same cruel, clownish world animates Rachel Mason's video of psychedelic folk music in which the artist, performer, singer, sculptress and video maker narrates surreal stories of romance and curiosities. Elaborating on current and historical events, Mason transforms these into intimate and subjective stories through a visual language with a powerful Gothic vein.
Natalie Frank (Austin, Texas -1980 lives and works in New York. She has shown in prestigious galleries and museum’s throughout the U.S. Rachel Mason (Los Amgeles, CA – 1978) lives and works in Los Angeles. She has shown in China and throughout the U.S. in prestigious galleries and museums.
Galleria Marie Laure Fleisch, Via Pallacorda 15 (Ghetto)
Monday – Friday, 2-8 pm and Saturday, 4-8 pm; through September 10
Taryn Simon - Paperwork and the Will of the Capital
Simon's first solo exhibition in Italyfollowing her participation in the 56th Biennale di Venezia in 2015. Her most recent body of work, Paperwork and the Will of Capital comprise 12 unique sculptures and 36 limited photographs. The photographs—large, colorful, and spectacular with a nod to Pop art, custom-framed in mahogany to emulate the style of boardroom furniture,speak to the bombast of national and corporate symbolism; the sculptures—stylized concrete flower–presses containing delicate preserved floral specimens and their documentation—operate in a discrete and classified zone. A storyteller whose grist is the instability of fact, Simon's research-driven approach has produced impactful bodies of work. In Paperwork and the Will of Capital, Simon examines accords, treaties, and decrees drafted to influence systems of governance and economics, from nuclear armament and border issues to oil deals and diamond trading. All involve the countries present at the 1944 United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, which addressed the globalization of economics after World War II, leading to the establishment of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank.
Gagosian Gallery Via Francesco Crespi 14 (near Piazza Barberini)
Tuesday – Saturday, 10:30 am – 7 pm; through June 24