26 May-19 July. The exhibition Nero su Bianco explores the radical shifts in perceptions of Afro-Italian identity and subjectivity in contemporary Italy, from cultural, social and political points of view.
The exhibition examines Italy's connections with Africa, from ancient Roman times to its brief colonial rule in north Africa during the fascist era, as well as highlighting the modern-day immigration of Africans to Italy and the racist chants in Italian football stadiums.
On display is a range of multidisciplinary work by a group of international artists. Fri-Sun 16.00-19.00.