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How archival footage at MAXXI, Rome, brings to life Ponti’s wit, intellect and erudition

BY Ana Vukadin | 05 MAR 20

At Museo di Roma, an exhibition of sculptures by Antonio Canova celebrates the sumptuous style as one of the ‘birth-pangs of modernity’ 

BY Jamie Mackay | 04 OCT 19
Article

Achille, brother of Fabio Mauri, traces the cultural scenes of post-war Rome and Milan

27 SEP 19

The Italian artist, who currently has a solo show at MAXXI in Rome, discusses her influences, her frustrations and her love of mozzarella

BY Paola Pivi | 01 JUN 19
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The work of Martin Creed, Giorgio Griffa and Tatsuo Miyajima all, in their own way, attempt to make sense of a chaotic world

BY Ana Vukadin | 14 MAR 19

As Italy fights over its ancient past, an exhibition about the lesser-known Severan dynasty carries powerful messages for our present moment

BY Jamie Mackay | 04 FEB 19
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An exhibition at MAXXI, Rome, presents a vision of our maturing digital consciousness by drawing a connection between surrealism and AI

BY Rachel Falconer | 18 JAN 19
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A 20-artist group show at MAXXI Gallery, Rome, draws lines between surrealism, computer simulation and new forms of algorithmic intelligence

BY Rachel Falconer | 23 NOV 18
News

Rome’s Galleria Borghese director Anna Coliva was suspended last month, and faces charges of absenteeism and defrauding the public purse

08 MAY 18
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Various venues, Rome, Italy

BY Ana Vukadin | 15 JAN 18
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MAXXI, Rome, Italy

BY Ara H. Merjian | 04 OCT 17
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Various venues, Rome, Italy

BY Martin Herbert | 22 MAR 17

Rome has long been a draw for international artists and now, increasingly, galleries. Have Italian artists been left at the gates?

BY Ilaria Puri Purini | 25 JAN 17
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Fondazione Memmo, Rome, Italy

BY Isobel Harbison | 27 MAY 16
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T293, Rome, Italy

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 12 MAR 16
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ICCD, Rome, Italy

BY Luisa Grigoletto | 04 JAN 13

Fabio Mauri's Ideology and Nature was re-performed at Venice this year. Here, Barbara Casavecchia examines the artist's enquiry of art and ideology

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 01 MAY 12
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Ariel Orozco’s second solo show at Federica Schiavo gallery, Rome, explores plenitude and scarcity in a consumer driven world 

BY Mike Watson | 22 APR 12

The history of anonymous protest in Rome

BY Dorothea Jaffe | 10 OCT 03