Voci, Contemporary Art in Rome

The exhibition “VOCI (Voices) of contemporary art in Rome” was inaugurated on Thursday 14 March at the MLAC – Museum of Contemporary Art of the University of Rome La Sapienza.

The exhibition presents a wide range of contemporary art in Rome in the various exhibition spaces: foreign academies, foundations, private galleries and independent spaces.

The curators of the project propose works by artists who work in relation to spaces and conduct their research using different expressive languages: drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, video, installation and performance. The exhibition thus becomes a concrete manifestation to offer, from different points of view and without claiming to be exhaustive, an overview of what the art system offers in the capital.

Artists: Andrea Abbatangelo, Nobushige Akiyama, Fausto delle Chiaie, Suada Demirovic, Ettore Favini, Yasmin Fedda, Francesca Fini, Andrea Lanini, Paola Mineo, Silvia Pujia & Maria Teresa Zingarello, Mariarosaria Stigliano, Meri Tancredi, Giovanni Oscar Urso

Curated by: Rita Pecorella, Silvia Pujia, Marco Testa, Donatella Zanchi and Maria Teresa Zingarello
Digital materials edited by: Angela Di Iorio