The MU.FO.CO – supported by this Directorate-General and in collaboration with the Triennale di Milano – has identified 5 new photographers to implement the Atlante Architettura Contemporanea (Atlas of Contemporary Architecture) with a corpus of another 120 photographic campaigns documenting 120 works of contemporary architecture.
From the 12th to 16th November 2019 will be present the third edition of the Grand Tour d’Italie organized by the Directorate-General for Contemporary Creativity and Urban Regeneration in collaboration with NOS Visual Arts Production
The data platform from the Archivi della video arte e dei film d’artista in Italia (Archives of Video Art and Art Films in Italy) project is now online. The project monitors collections of video and film works and documents (from 1965 to the present) conserved across Italy by public and private institutions to ensure their communication, conservation, valorisation, promotion, preservation, access and cataloguing.
The 5 winning photographers for the implementation of the Atlas of Contemporary Architecture with a corpus of 960 images have been selected by MU.FO.CO, in collaboration with Triennale Milano and with the support of this Directorate-General
The DGAAP and the Fondazione Quadriennale di Roma are pleased to announce a call to promote artists under 28 years of age and valorize Italian Fine Arts Academies in view of the forthcoming 17th Art Quadriennale in 2020.
Deadline July 29, 2019
The final ranking of the contest promoted by DGAAP and Directorate-General Cinema is published
“Education Hub” will be inaugurated on 15 June at 3:30 p.m. in Piazza Magione, Palermo, by Federica Galloni, Director of the DGAAP. The event in Palermo will also present the work of the 5 winning artists of this year’s Italian Council 2017 editions
An annual appointment for valorising and promoting the rich panorama of contemporary art in Italy
Progetti per riqualificare le periferie urbane italiane
A new crowdfunding effort dedicated to Italy’s peripheries.
A project for presenting Italian artists to the world and promoting their research
The Arte alla luce (Art in Light) project teaches young children and adolescents about contemporary art and its role as a determinant part of a harmonious individual development, through the direct involvement of recognised artists.