A contemporary sociocultural project merging archaeology and contemporary art
An extraordinary setting where thirty-six international artists have displayed their artworks in the the heart of Rome
Par tibi, Roma, nihil has been visited by over 1,6 million people
At the end of Par tibi, Roma, nihil, an academic symposium held at Maxxi Museum Rome “The Space of Art between Past and Future”
June 23rd - October 23rd 2016.
Open daily from 8.15am to 6.15pm (closing at 7.15pm)
Via di San Gregorio 30, Rome
The Roman Forum, Rome
Background - Over 5 million people visit the Roman Forums each year. This archeological attraction extends from the Palatine Hill to the Capitoline Hill and it includes temples, statues, monuments and other ancient buildings. An incredible location in the city Rome.
History - For centuries the Forum Romanum was the center of Roman public life. All around, statues and monuments commemorate some of the city's greatest men. Political speeches, religious ceremonies, commercial affairs and gladiatorial matches took place in this incredible area.
To structure new models of cultural fruition that may orient the Public towards an open, critical and conscious consumption of culture.
Meris Angioletti, Francesco Arena, Kader Attia, Elisabetta Benassi, Daniel Buren, Giorgio Andreotta Calò, Loris Cecchini, Isabelle Cornaro, Michael Dean, Maria Adele Del Vecchio, Giulio Delvé, Gabriele De Santis, Tomaso De Luca, Flavio Favelli, Piero Golia, Petrit Halilaj, David Horvitz, Kapwani Kiwanga, Jannis Kounellis, Marko Lulić, Masbedo, Emiliano Maggi, Michal Rovner, Rosalind Nashashibi, Valerio Rocco Orlando, Alessandro Piangiamore, Gianni Politi, Marinella Senatore, Sissi, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Adrian Tranquilli, Nico Vascellari, Tris Vonna Michell, Guido van der Werve, Sislej Xhafa, Chen Zhen.