Roma Arte in Nuvola 2023

In a world premiere, are on exhibit at Roma Arte in Nuvola 2023 40 works from the Farnesina Collection, with artists including the likes of Michelangelo Pistoletto, Mimmo Paladino, Afro and Tomaso Binga. at Rome Arte in Nuvola 2023, with artists including the likes of Michelangelo Pistoletto, Mimmo Paladino, Afro and Tomaso Binga.

For the first time, several museum and cultural institutions belonging to the Ministry of Culture are actively participating in the Fair: from MAXXI – National Museum of XXI Century Arts, which is present with two central works from its Collection, Senza titolo (Triplo igloo) by Mario Merz and Ciclomóvil by Pedro Reyes, at the Museum of Civilizations participating with several artists including Victor Fotso Nyie and his ceramic work Suivre ses Reves, from the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, which is exhibiting. Nero bianco nero (1955), an iconic work by Alberto Burri to the Archivio Luce Cinecittà, which presents two site-specific postings/installations; on the ground floor, a presentation of newsreels dedicated to the major exhibitions of the 1960s, while on the second floor a review of films produced by the Archives and dedicated to contemporary art.

Among the many special projects (including installations, talks and performances) on Saturday, November 25 in the Foyer, Level -1, from 12 noon there will be a performance by LETIA (Letizia Cariello)Wind of change curated by Adriana Polveroni. A thread the color of blood and a needle moving between the fingers of an artist. Hours and hours stitching up a sail as a metaphor for deep suturing. Never, as in these days, does a performance succeed in capturing the drama of the historical moment we are going through. Because the artist’s gaze always goes beyond.

The exhibition also includes a selection of thirty works on paper by Alighiero Boetti, whose 30th anniversary of his death will be celebrated in 2024. Da Senza Titolo, emblematic of the transition between the poverist and conceptual phases, we continue withLavori Postali and their mathematical permutations, to the so-called Biroand Fregi.