The Contemporary Art Museum of Rome MACRO houses the first exhibition devoted to the “Forgotten Project”. Forgotten… (THE EXHIBITION) will be on view from April 13th to May 15th inside the 9A wing of MACRO Testaccio.
Recently the 4th Forgotten Project’s artistic intervention took place in Rome. Previous themes of the project were neglected areas, former factories and little stations. This time the urban art project focused on shut down cinemas in Rome, whose future in uncertain and which have been ‘forgotten’.
From January 18th Portuguese artist Bordalo II will be in Rome for a week to create one of his creatures made out of recycled materials. Old bicycles, tires and colors will be used to set up his artwork. The place chosen is Saint Peter Station which, with 253 trains per day,
Just a few days ago, gipsy boss Vittorio Casamonica’s funeral was celebrated in big Hollywood style in Rome. The body was carried by black horse-drawn carriage, while helicopters threw flower petals from the sky and the Godfather soundtrack played in the background.
Milu Correch, female artist from Buenos Aires (Argentina), will exhibit her drawings and her prints at the Birstrò Pigneto, in de Magistris st. 66 (Rome). The exhibition, curated by a.DNA project, will be set up and visible for two days: Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th, June
New installation mural by artist duo, Blaqk, at Outdoor Urban Art Festival in Rome. This creation was part of numerous works at the annual Festival, which engages contemporary art into the city of Rome and spreads awareness among the people. Blaqk team consists of Greg Papagrigoriou and Chris Tzaferos (Simek).
Towards the end of 2012 he began to paint this shutter in Rome. It was a strange time for him and for various reasons he continued to work on it gradually over the past few years. He finished painting the piece last month so he decided to call it “Best Before […]