current exhibitions from OCTOBER 2021
KLIMT SECESSION and ITALY
MUSEO di ROMA Palazzo Braschi
27 Ottobre 2021 27 March 2022
Two significant exhibitions to celebrate Gustav Klimt, one in Piacenza and the other in Rome
The exhibition in Rome, Klimt. La Secessione e l’Italia will be held at Palazzo Braschi from Wednesday 27 October to Sunday 27 March 2022. It will be a real journey through Klimt’s artistic life.
About 200 works will be displayed in Rome, including paintings, drawings, vintage posters and sculptures by Klimt and the artists in his circle. A journey through the years of which Klimt was one of the greatest exponents.
Tickets : 13 euros
Green-Pass certification is required.
IL CIELO IN UNA STANZA
(The sky in a room)
25 October.2021 – 27 February 2022
At the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art Ettore Spalletti. Il Cielo in Una Stanza (The sky in a room), the first major exhibition dedicated to one of the masters of contemporary art, who has painted or created almost only monochromes throughout his life. Almost always the same: whites, blues, pinks, greys, yellows in a few rarefied geometric shapes.
A great selection of works, ranging from painting to sculpture, follows the path of this solitary artist dominated by the monochrome chosen by the artist to narrate his poetics and allow us through his space and representation to experience a great emotion.
National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art
Viale delle Belle Arti, 131 Accessible entrance: via Gramsci, 71
Ph.: 39 06 32298221
How to get there: Bus 628 + Tram: 19, viale delle Belle Arti
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9 am to 7 pm Closed on Mondays
Ticket € 10,00
current exhibitions from OCTOBER 2021
by JEAN CLAIR
Scuderie del Quirinale
15 October 2021/9 January 2022
On the occasion of the seven hundredth anniversary of Dante Alighieri’s death, the exhibition Inferno, curated by Jean Clair.
Following Dante’s word, Inferno will recount the presence of the concept of hell from the Middle Ages to the present day in its iconographic representation through more than two hundred works of art from over eighty significant museums, public collections and prestigious private collections from all over Europe.
The masterpieces include Beato Angelico, Botticelli, Bosch, Bruegel, Goya, Manet, Delacroix, Rodin, Cezanne, von Stuck, Balla, Dix, Taslitzky, Richter and Kiefer.
SCUDERIE del QUIRINALE
via XXIV Maggio 16
call centre +39 02-92897722 firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Tickets: https://scuderiequirinale.vivaticket.it/
01 October 2021 > 13 February 2022
The exhibition, more than 200 impressive works that Sebastião Salgado created while travelling in the Amazon for 6 years
Tuesday to Sunday h.: 11 – 19
MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo
via Guido Reni, 4 A
Bus 280 – Bus 628+Tram 2
Current Exhibition June/November 2021
Over 80 works from Hirst’s Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable series will be displayed throughout the museum alongside ancient masterpieces. The exhibition will feature both monumental and small scale sculptures made from materials such as bronze, Carrara marble and malachite. Hirst’s Colour Space paintings, exhibited for the first time in Italy, will also be presented together with the permanent collection, while his colossal sculpture, Hydra and Kali, will be displayed outdoors in the Giardino Segreto of the Uccelliera.
08 June 2021 07 November 2021
Borghese Gallery Piazzale del Museo Borghese
From Tuesday to Sunday from 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.
Advance ticket purchase required
TI con ZERO
Tre Stazioni per ARTE – SCIENZA
Ti con zero, a title taken from a story by Italo Calvino, is a mathematical notation used to indicate the initial moment of observation of a phenomenon, an instant of arrest fixed in time and space that opens up to infinite possibilities. This dimension proves to be a privileged point of view where knowledge and imagination can converge. The thirty Italian and international artists involved in the exhibition have based their research on the exchange, dialogue and interaction between these two spheres.
Some of the best-known protagonists of the contemporary art scene, such as Tacita Dean, Agnes Denes, Antony Gormley, Pierre Huyghe, Ryoji Ikeda, Carsten Nicolai, Roman Ondak, Giuseppe Penone, Rúrí and Sissel Tolaas, are in dialogue with a selection of artists from a younger generation, including Hicham Berrada, Tega Brain, Dora Budor and Revital Cohen, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, Adelita Husni-Bey, Christian Mio Loclair, Daniel Steegman Mangrané, Richard Mosse, Rachel Rose, Jenna Sutela, Troika and Tuur van Balen, and with some famous artists from the past, such as Alighiero Boetti, Gino De Dominicis, Albrecht Dürer, Nancy Holt, Channa Horwitz, Gustav Metzger, Roman Opałka, Robert Smithson and Rudolf Steiner.
Palazzo delle Esposizioni Via Nazionale, 194
October 12, 2021 > February 27, 2022 Closed Monday
Current Exhbition Until November 2021
CAIO MARIO GARRUBBA
FREElance on the road
Until 28 November 2021 Merulana Palace
160 shots selected from a corpus of more than 100,000 in the Carruba archive, all in black and white, testifying the work of a great photographer, one of the protagonists of the post World War II period.
“Caio Mario Garrubba – FREElance on the road”,
Palazzo Merulana (via Merulana 121), until 28 November.
Visiting hours: Wednesday to Sunday 12-20 (last entry at 19). Full price ticket: 10 euros. Reservation recommended, green pass compulsory.
DIVE INTO THE RAINBOW
from 13 October 2021 to 20 February 2022
Ara Pacis hosts a significant exhibition on Alberto Biasi, one of the most important exponents of Kinetic Art.
More than 60 works from museums and private collections, representing a retrospective.
His works can be found at the MOMA in New York, the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, the National Gallery in Rome and museums in Belgrade, Buenos Aires, San Francisco, Tokyo, Ulm and Prague.
The exhibition reconstructs Biasi’s creative path, from his beginnings to his most recent experiments.
Alberto Biasi. Dive into the rainbow
Ara Pacis Museum, Lungotevere in Augusta (corner of via Tomacelli)
Hours: Every day 9.30 am – 7.30 pm
Integrated ticket Ara Pacis Museum + Exhibition € 13,00
Info: tel. 060608 (every day 9.00 am – 7.00 pm) www.arapacis.it; www.museiincomune.it
Current Exhibition Until NOVEMBER 2021
DALLA CASA All’UNIVERSO E RITORNO
(Balla’s House From home to the universe and back)
17 June 2021 > 21 November 2021
MAXXI MUSEUM and CASA BALLA
For the first time, the extraordinary Futurist House in Rome in which Giacomo Balla lived and worked from 1929 until his death is opening to the public.
The House created by the great Futurist artist can be visited until the end of November.
After numerous restorations, it has been restored to its original magnificence.
Casa Balla is a work of Total Art. Every piece of furniture and object (from chairs to tables, from bottles to tablecloths to lamps, from furniture to clothes) was made by Giacomo Balla.
An exhibition of the same name hosted in MAXXI’s Gallery 5 accompanies the reopening of Casa Balla. Alongside Balla’s works, there are new works created for the occasion by Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine, Carlo Benvenuto, Alex Cecchetti, Jim Lambie, Emiliano Maggi, Leonardo Sonnoli, Space Popular, Cassina with Patricia Urquiola.
The Ticket to visit the HOUSE can only be purchased in conjunction with the museum ticket. https://maxxi.archeoares.it/mostre/casa-balla/
TARIFFS: FULL PRICE MAXXI + CASA BALLA € 22 – REDUCED PRICE € 20
– Open from Friday to Sunday – Visiting: 10.00 – 11.00 – 12.00 / 15.00 – 16.00 – 17.00 – 18.00
Visit duration: 45 minutes- Maximum capacity: 8 visitors per shift.
MAXXI MUSEUM Via Guido Reni 34 Bus 628+2
CASA BALLA Via Oslavia 39B Bus 280
Picture Stories, 1956 – 1971
from 6 October to 9 January 2022 at the Museo di Roma in Trastevere
More than a hundred images tell the artistic journey of a Sicilian doctor who wanted to be a photographer. With his pictures, he first described our country and then the most significant places in contemporary history, from Vietnam to Brazil.
Museo di Roma in Trastevere, piazza S. Egidio 1b, until 9 January 2022.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 8pm;