Summer in Rome’s MAXXI square with art, music, literature, cinema, theater, architecture and two large installations
“Estate al MAXXI” makes a comeback this year with a jam-packed program that includes art, music, literature, architecture, cinema, theater and two large installations open to the public! Kicking off on July 2nd with the last two events of Cinema at MAXXI, Estate al MAXXI will keep us busy till July 30th until it restarts its program from September 10th till October 14th.
Get ready for an evening that mixes music with literature, starring the singer-songwriter Motta (Jul 8). Other events see the extraordinary interpreter Tosca (Jul 30) and range to that of the RomAraBeat ensemble with the participation of Moni Ovidia (Jul 28). Two special evenings are dedicated to theater, with Isabella Ragonese (Jul 22) and Davide Enia (Jul 17); Zerocalare will return to meet with the MAXXI audience (Jul 16); and two more events dedicated to cinema, with two important awards ceremonies and an encounter with the director Daniele Luchetti (Jul 14) are in store.
While in September, the program picks off where it left off, offering a series of evenings with gusts such as the Italian cartoonist Gipi, the Spanish writer Javier Cercas, Italian writer Emanuele Trevi, the Italian novelist Sandro Veronesi, the German choreographer Sasha Waltz and many others.
YAP Rome at MAXXI, the promotion and support program for young architects organized by MAXXI in collaboration with MoMA as part of the Young Architects Program, is also back this summer with the Home Sweet Home installation, the house with open-air rooms designed by Lucy Styles, the winner of this eighth edition, which will also host the stage for the summer events. After Love, the big and impossible house by the Vedovamazzei duo, will also be open to the public. For the full program, check out the official website.
Till July 30 / From September 10 till October 14th
Via Guido Reni, 4/a
Entry fee: free/€10