Who is afraid of the dark? at Musja in Rome

New art museum near Campo de' Fiori in Rome opens with trilogy of exhibitions.

8 Oct-1 March. Musja, the new privately-owned art museum in central Rome, launches with a trilogy of exhibitions curated by the former MACRO director Danilo Eccher, also known for curating several successful shows at Chiostro del Bramante.

Bat Panel by Monster Chetwynd. Photo Andrea Rossetti. Courtesy Massimo De Carlo, Milan-London-Hong Kong and the artist.

The exhibition series, titled The Dark Side, begins with Who is afraid of the dark? featuring large site-specific installations and works by 13 important international artists including Gregor Schneider, Robert Longo, Hermann Nitsch, Tony Oursler, Monster Chetwynd, Christian Boltanski and Gino De Dominicis. 

For full details about Musja and the upcoming exhibition, see Musja website.

Cover image: Chiharu Shiota, Letters of Thanks, 2017. Kunsthalle Rostock, Germania. Foto di Thomas Häntzschel (Fotoagentur Nordlicht), Rostock. Copyright VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2.

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Who is afraid of the dark? at Musja in Rome

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