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1 / 12       Michele Borzoni, Firenze, May 9th, 2014. © Michele Borzoni/TerraProject.
Open competitive exam for 9 positions as nursey school educator in the City of Florence, at the Obi Hall. 2813 applications to participate and 2174 flocked.

2 / 12       Massimo Vitali, Palermo. Mondello beach, 2007. MAXXI Collection.

3 / 12       Simone Donati, Prato, May 2014.
The political meeting of Matteo Renzi for the closing of the electoral campaign for the European elections 2014. Matteo Renzi greets supporters at the end of the political meeting.

4 / 12       Gianni Cipriano, Palermo, February 2013.
Silvio Berlusconi along with Angelino Alfano (secretary Popolo delle Libertà) while greeting his own supporters at the end of the political meeting held at the Teatro Politeama.

5 / 12       Luigi Ghirri, Sabbioneta, 1989. MAXXI Collection.

6 / 12       Franco Fontana, Basilicata Landscape, Italy, 1978. MAXXI Collection.

7 / 12       Walter Niedermayr, DreiZinnen 4, 2007. MAXXI Collection.

8 / 12       Letizia Battaglia, On the Bandita coast, stolen and abandoned car, 2007. MAXXI Collection.

9 / 12       Tommaso Bonaventura, Alessandro Imbriaco and Fabio Severo, Dossiers of the maxiprocesso (Maxi Trial) 1986-1987, Corleone, Palermo, 2012. © Tommaso Bonaventura/Alessandro Imbriaco.

10 / 12       MAXXI, Inside Out Project by JR, Constructing the community of the XXI Century, 2016.

11 / 12       Inside Out Project by JR, Toronto, 2016.

12 / 12       Inside Out Project by JR, Times Square, New York City, USA, 2013.

Italy looks at us

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the birth of the Italian Republic, MAXXI - National Museum of XXI Century Arts in Rome presents the exhibition Extraordinary Visions. L'Italia ci guarda (Extraordinary Visions. Italy looks at us) curated by Margherita Guccione, director of MAXXI Architettura, together with a MAXXI research group composed of Simona Antonacci, Ilenia D’Ascoli, Laura Felci and Monia Trombetta.
Starting out from the works present in the MAXXI collections, the exhibition will feature 150 images of sublime landscapes and others compromised by decay, ideal cities and rundown suburbs, great architecture and marginal urban spaces, behaviours and customs, protagonists in the worlds of art and work, contradictions and pluralities that make up the identity of the Bel Paese, immortalised through the lenses of 40 Italian and international masters of photography, such as Olivo Barbieri, Gabriele Basilico, Letizia Battaglia, Gianni Berengo Gardin, Franco Fontana, Giovanni Gastel, Luigi Ghirri, Mimmo Jodice, Armin Linke, Ugo Mulas, Ferdinando Scianna, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Massimo Vitali. The exhibition layout presents four sections (Art, architecture, culture; Res Publica; Contemporary landscapes; Cities, communities, work) enriched by videos, photo projections and by the project Corpi di Reato by Tommaso Bonaventura, Alessandro Imbriaco and Fabio Severo: 35 small format photographs and the large print Fascicoli del Maxi Processo 1986-1987, Palermo that recounts the invisible yet diffuse mafias and that will be added to the MAXXI Architettura collection thanks to the support of the Amici del MAXXI. The exhibition will also feature the work Costruiamo la comunità del XXI secolo (Constructing the community of the XXI Century), curated by the museum’s Education Department, with which MAXXI is participating in the special project Inside Out by JR. It is a kaleidoscope of 250 portraits of students that will be exhibited on an outside wall of MAXXI, offering a view of the multi-ethnic Italy of tomorrow (see the video below).

Extraordinary Visions. L'Italia ci guarda
MAXXI - National Museum of XXI Century Arts, via Guido Reni, 4A - Rome (Italy)
2 June – 23 October 2016

opening times: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, 11 am - 7pm | Saturday, 11 am - 10 pm | closed on Mondays
admission fee: adults 10,00 € | concessions 8,00 € for all those under 30 years of age; for groups of at least 15 people and affiliated groups; accredited journalists with a valid press pass; FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano members; holders of entrance tickets for the Museo Ebraico of Rome; Enel employees and a companion | concessions 4,00 € for students (over 14 years old) in class groups (secoind level secondary schools) purchasing educational activities | free for under 14 years old, disabled visitors requiring accompaniment, companions of disabled visitors, MiBACT employees, Lazio Region tour guides and couriers, 1 teacher for every 10 students, ICOM members, AMACI members, accredited journalists, MAXXI membership card holders; from Tuesday to Friday, free admittance for academics and university researchers in Art and Architecture, on your Birthday | Free admittance to the Permanent Collection (Gallery 4) from Tuesdays to Fridays
info: +39 (0)6 3201954
info@fondazionemaxxi.it
www.fondazionemaxxi.it


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