13 Oct-8 Jan. The 16th edition of the Quadriennale d’Arte di Roma returns to its historic venue, Palazzo delle Esposizioni.
The Quadriennale, a major show to promote prevailing trends in contemporary Italian art, was first held in Rome in 1931 and the most recent edition took place in 2008.
The show’s 11 curators have chosen 150 works by 100 artists, focusing on the development of Italian visual art since 2000, under the title Altri tempi, altri miti (Other times, other myths).
Supported by the Italian culture ministry, the Quadriennale will include paintings, sculpture, video installations and photography, and will be shown in 10 gallery spaces at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni.