Caffè Internazionale is a Palermo-based club managed by production manager Darrell Shines, artist Stefania Galegati and Davide Ricco, an eclectic barman-curator. From 27 July to 1 October 2017 at MAXXI
European Alternatives is a civil society transnational organisation and citizen movement stemming from an alternative understanding of Europe. From 26 March to 9 April 2017 at MAXXI
Founded in 2013 and based in Cyprus, Urban Gorillas is a non-profit organization run by a multi-disciplinary team of urban enthusiasts planning for healthy, creative and socially inclusive cities. From 9 February to 19 March 2017
Founded in 2013 by Gianni Garrera, Giuseppe Garrera and Carlo Pratis, “Una Vetrina” is a non-stop place for the consumption of thoughts and daydreams. From 15 December 2016 to 5 February 2017 at MAXXI
Composed of 11 artists, BASE recounts, through videos and documents, its 18 years as an independent space in Florence. From 30 September to 11 December 2016 at MAXXI.
“Agopuntura nello spazio pubblico”: a project for social change targeting a vulnerable community at a high risk of marginalization.
From 22 June to 18 September 2016
La scrittura degli echi is a work based on sound, a daily palimpsest of audio contributions that are distributed via the museum’s communications service in order to transmit a collective and ephemeral voice: free interventions, original and otherwise, by various authors in the form of recordings, readings, extracts and sound tracks.
29 September 2015 – 15 November 2015 MAXXI, Gian Ferrari Room curated by Giulia Ferracci Developed on the basis of read more
The project Informal Paths originates from the encounter between SMU-research and the French writer Philippe Vasset, now living in the French Academy at Villa Medici.
Founded in 2009 by Ilaria Marotta and Andrea Baccin, CURA. is a mobile and propulsive platform devoted to exchange and dialogue among critical voices, contemporary artistic production and collaboration with institutional and independent groups.
Fight-Specific Isola by Isola Art Center describes a neo-liberal Italian story, a battle of our times, in which the protagonists and the warriors are the inhabitants of Milan’s Isola quarter and the artists of the Isola Art Center.