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Tuesday 29 April 2014

Architecture + Urbanism recommends 'TRA/BETWEEN Arte e Architettura. Roma Interrotta | Piero Sartogo e gli artisti'

MAXXI presents TRA/BETWEEN Arte e Architettura. Roma Interrotta | Piero Sartogo e gli artisti: two exhibitions in one that retrace the period of a new attention toward contemporary culture promoted at the end of the 1970s through the innovative activities of the Incontri Internazionali d’Arte. 17 April – 21 September 2014
Sala Carlo Scarpa and Sala Gian Ferrari
curated by Achille Bonito Oliva

Roma Interrotta is a re-edition of the 1978 exhibition presented at Trajan’s Market in Rome marked by the interdisciplinary approach to art expressed through the Incontri Internazionali d’Arte and conceived by Piero Sartogo.
Piero Sartogo | Costantino Dardi | Antoine Grumbach | James Stirling | Paolo Portoghesi | Romaldo Giurgola | Robert Venturi | Colin Rowe | Michael Graves | Leon Krier | Aldo Rossi | Robert Krier

This exhibition initiates a dialogue between art and architecture and also retraces the activities of the Incontri Internazionali d’Arte.
Daniel Buren | Gianni Colombo | Joseph Kosuth | Fabio Mauri | Giulio Paolini

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