Rome

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

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

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
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Rome

7 Jun
3 Aug
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Rome

7 Jun
3 Aug

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
Erica Mahinay, TBT, 2019, acrylic pigment and medium on dyed silk, poplar, 60 × 40 inches

Rome

22 Mar
27 Apr
Francesco Vezzoli, Party Politics

Rome

16 Apr
19 Jul

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
Gianni POLITI, In The Belly of the Serpent, Installation view, Galleria Lorcan O'Neill

Rome

11 Apr
18 May

An exhibition at MAXXI, Rome, presents a vision of our maturing digital consciousness by drawing a connection between surrealism and AI

By Rachel Falconer
Cuoghi Corsello, fotografia Fiat per la rivista IBC dei beni culturali della provincia dell'Emilia Romagna, 2004, Salone Nord

Rome

15 Feb
14 Mar