“Permanent Error” by Pieter Hugo

March 8, Women’s Day

A good initiative, to celebrate women, muses, and Protagonists of precious artistic heritage, is an invitation to Maxxi Museum, with reduced ticket.
In additions the currently exhibitions  dealing a critical subject: Recycling.

RE-CYCLE: “Strategies for the architecture, the city and the planet.”

Duo of Monster Hands ~ Recycled Aluminum Cans
Duo of Monster Hands ~ Recycled Aluminum Cans (Photo credit: Urban Woodswalker)

This is the largest exhibition dedicated to one of the main themes of the third millennium: the recycling of waste materials.

Over 80 works including drawings, architectural projects, urban planning and landscape, in continuous dialogue with works of artists, designers and video makers.

A journey through artworks, all united from the creative reuse of waste.

Two installations are outside the museum: the project Maloca, of the Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana, and the Pavilion and Workshop in recycled material of the German collective.

Another interesting exhibition is the “Permanent Error” by Pieter Hugo:  27 shots tell disturbing portraits through an apocalyptic, technological landfill huge in Ghana.

Via Guido Reni, 4/ARoma
Special Ticket: 8 euros
Opening Hours
Tue-Wed-Thu-Fri-Sun 11:00 to 19:00
Sat 11:00 to 22:00

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