Category Archives: Modern art

Renato Guttuso: Revolutionary art on the 50th anniversary of 1968. Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Turin

The Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Turin dedicates an important and focused exhibition to the painting of Renato Guttuso (Bagheria, Palermo 1911 – Rome 1987), a prominent personality in the history of 20th century Italian art and a key figure in the debate on the relationship between…

Rooms of 20th century, Second sector, National gallery of modern and contemporary art in Rome

The National Gallery of Modern Art underwent a recent facelift, re-opened with its inaugurating exhibit Time is Out of Joint. The title, derived from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, alludes to the elasticity of the concept of time, a time that is not linear, but stratified, literally “out of joint”, is based on…

Rooms of 20th century, First sector, National gallery of modern and contemporary art in Rome

The exhibition “Time is Out of Joint” exhibition, in National gallery of modern and contemporary art in Rome, provides a discourse about time, its permanence, impermanence, and ever-changing state, to challenge and renovate the gallery’s space which allows new interpretations of the art than ever before. A distorted sense of…

Rooms of 19th century, Second sector, National gallery of modern and contemporary art in Rome

The exhibition “The great Time is Out of Joint”, bringing to completion an extensive process of transformation, reorganization and rearrangement of its collections, marked the opening of a new chapter in the history of the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art. The exhibition, which is still open to the…

Rooms of 19th century, First sector, National gallery of modern and contemporary art in Rome

National gallery of modern and contemporary art in Rome redesigned exhibition spaces, The new gallery layout was inaugurated in October 2016, based on an original project which, by reducing the number of works on display, introduces the non-chronological reading key to the main exhibition “Time is out of joint.” Through…