Gabriele de Santis, Truth be Told, 2017 installation view at Frutta, Rome. Courtesy: Frutta, Rome; photograph: Roberto Apa


Various venues, Rome, Italy

By Martin Herbert

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

Fondazione Memmo, Rome, Italy

By Isobel Harbison
Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio, Untitled, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 150 cm. Courtesy T293, Rome; photograph: Ilan Zarantonello, OKNO studio 

T293, Rome, Italy

By Barbara Casavecchia
Guido Guidi, Near Cittadella, 1984, contact print, 24 x 30 cm. Courtesy: the artist

ICCD, Rome, Italy

By Luisa Grigoletto
Intellettuale (Intellectual), performance documentation, 1975, showing Pier Paolo Pasolini's II Vangelo secondo Matteo (The Gospel According to Saint Matthew, 1964) projected on Pasolini

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

Ariel Orozco’s second solo show at Federica Schiavo gallery, Rome, explores plenitude and scarcity in a consumer driven world 

By Mike Watson

The history of anonymous protest in Rome

By Dorothea Jaffe