From Tuesday 27 April  the FUORI Art Quadriennale will reopen at Palazzo delle Esposizioni and its collateral events will resume: the “Domani Qui Oggi” exhibition on the ground floor with entrance from via Milano, the Bank of Italy’s special visits to Giacomo Balla’s mural for the Bal Tic Tac in via Milano.

Information, Room Auditorium activities, educational services and special project

Tour

 

THE FUORI 2020 ART QUADRIENNALE WILL BE EXTENDED UNTIL 18 JULY 2021.

 

 

The FUORI 2020 Art Quadriennale is free of charge, thanks to the support of GUCCI.

 

BOOKING IS REQUIRED. ARRANGE YOUR TOUR BY CLICKING HERE.

 

HERE, visitors to the 2020 Art Quadriennale can also book a visit to Giacomo Balla’s mural painting for Bal Tic-Tac in Via Milano, next to Palazzo delle Esposizioni. This extraordinary opportunity is made possible thanks to the collaboration with the Bank of Italy. More information in the dedicated section at the bottom of the page.

 

When you arrive at the museum, wait your turn at the entrance, where your temperature will be taken. In case of temperature equal to or higher than 37.5°, you will not be able to enter. 

Inside the museum:

  • it is compulsory to wear a mask during the whole tour;
  • it is compulsory to follow the signs;
  • sanitize your hands (or gloves) with gel;
  • keep a safe distance during the tour;
  • avoid forming groups;
  • behave in a suitable manner to avoid the spread of contagion.

Safety Alert

In order to ensure the safety of the visitors and avoid crowds, access to the Art Quadriennale takes place within defined time slots, every half hour. 

Entry is permitted only by prior booking and until the maximum number of visitors allowed per time slot has been reached. The tour will have a pre-established maximum duration of two hours, in order to allow for an adequate flow of people in the spaces.

 

Each group, belonging to a pre-established time slot, will be identified by a colored badge and will receive indications at the end of the maximum visit time allowed. 

We kindly ask visitors to follow the directions for entry and exit precisely in order to ensure an adequate and proper flow of visitors.

 

During their stay inside Palazzo delle Esposizioni, visitors must always wear a mask and comply with the anti-contagion regulations present and indicated inside the museum area. In particular, the maximum capacity of the single areas is indicated at the entrance to all the exhibition rooms. It is compulsory to comply with these numbers, as well as to follow the positioning instructions.

 

Address and opening hours

Palazzo delle Esposizioni

Via Nazionale, 194

Rome

 

Tuesday to Sunday 11 am – 8 pm

Monday closed

Entry allowed up to one hour before closing time

 

We inform visitors that, by government decree, the entrances to the exhibitions during the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) must be booked at least one day before the visit. 

 

Guided tours

Currently under replanning. More info will follow soon.

Room Auditorium activities

Intemporaneo
Eni Project

Eni is once again the Main Sponsor of Art Quadriennale, which has reached its 17th edition.

The project, entitled Intemporaneo, was born from the idea of creating an experience through which the visitor could be immersed in an atmosphere of artistic transformation that will lead them on a virtual journey from the classical to the contemporary.

The 100 images projected inside the Auditorium of Palazzo delle Esposizioni show artworks from the Renaissance to 2020, coming from the Eni art collection, the artworks on display at the FUORI 2020 Art Quadriennale and the rich archive of the Merlini-Storti Art Restoration Studio, which has curated its selection and sequencing as well.

Marco Capasso worked on the digital animation of the images, blending the single photos together and transforming them into a unique visual experience. Finally, composer Antonio Fresa created an ad-hoc soundtrack that, in perfect harmony with the images, leads the audience into a world that is out of time.

The project was conceived and curated by Studio Merlini-Storti and Studio Creativo Marco Capasso.

OPEN UNTIL 7 MAY 2021

 

Again in the Auditorium, every day at 11 am and 5 pm, there will be a showing of the documentary “You art”, which is about the experience of 7 teams of high school students coming from Ghana, Cyprus, UAE and Italy debating each other on issues related to contemporary art. The project is promoted by Eni in partnership with La Quadriennale di Roma.

OPEN UNTIL 7 MAY 2021

Domani Qui Oggi exhibition
Curated by Ilaria Gianni
Spazio fontana, with entrance from via Milano

WILL BE EXTENDED UNTIL 18 JULY 2021

“Domani Qui Oggi “is the exhibition closing the first edition of the AccadeMibact Award, promoted by the Directorate General for Contemporary Creativity of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities on the occasion of the 2020 Quadrennial of Art. The exhibition is the outcome of a survey of young talents issued by the Academies of Fine Arts in Italy and offers ten on site works by ten Italian artists under 28: Francesco Alberico (1996, Accademia di Belle Arti di L’Aquila), Alessandro Fogo (1992, Accademia di Belle Arti di Macerata), Roberta Folliero (1993, RUFA Rome University of Fine Arts), Alessia Lastella (1996, Accademia di Belle Arti di Bari), Lorenzo Lunghi (1993, Accademia di Belle Arti G. Carrara di Bergamo), Jacopo Martinotti (1995, NABA Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti di Milano), Giulia Poppi (1992, Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna), Luisa Turuani (1992, Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milano), Alice Visentin (1993, Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti di Torino), Marco Vitale (1992, Accademia di Belle Arti di Lecce).

Visit to Giacomo Balla’s Bal Tic-Tac mural

On the occasion of the 2020 Art Quadriennale, the Bank of Italy will exceptionally open the hall that housed the entrance to Bal Tic-Tac, the futurist venue decorated by Giacomo Balla and inaugurated in Via Milano in 1921, right next to Palazzo delle Esposizioni. In the room, you will be able to see Balla’s mural painting, discovered in 2017 and restored under the supervision of the Special Superintendence of Rome. Access will be allowed only upon reservation to visitors to the Quadriennale www.baltictacquadriennale.it and, given the safety regulations and the reduced capacity of the venue, it will only be possible for small groups of people. In the future, Balla’s decorations for Bal Tic-Tac will be fully enhanced and open to the public in the permanent exhibition space on currency and finance currently being planned within the framework of the Center for Monetary and Financial Education named after Carlo Azeglio Ciampi. With this special initiative dedicated to Balla, who was an important protagonist of many Quadrennials, the Bank of Italy is confirming, from a social responsibility perspective, its commitment to the enhancement of its historical-artistic heritage.

Educational services

Tours and workshops for schools and families

Guided tours for schools and families, workshops and in-depth events for all, both on-site and from remote. Discover the activities dedicated to the 2020 Art Quadriennale by the Art Workshop.