Rome Art Week

Rome Art Week is an annual event, spread throughout the city of Rome and totally dedicated to contemporary art, whose goal is to offer the public of passionate collectors and scholars an overview of the contemporary art proposal of the Capital, through events in exhibition spaces, artists’ open studios and cultural projects completely free of charge organized specifically for the event and also to build a network between exhibition structures, artists and curators.

Rome Art Week is a unique opportunity to give prominence to voices that have a desire to emerge, an event that is totally free for artists and the consuming public. An artistic-cultural event that is ready to welcome anyone who wants to discover the novelty in the field of contemporary art, which allows us to see reality through new reflections and perspectives through direct contact with art.

A varied and well-established program that focuses on different themes and topics each year. But it is also an opportunity to put Rome at the center of today’s art scene and able to emerge on par with other major European capitals, involving with events and multiple activities the city center and periphery, incorporating as many realities as possible and permeating the spirit and soul of the city.

Galleries, Foundations, Museums, Cultural Institutions and Associations, Academies, Italian and foreign Cultural Institutes and independent research spaces open their doors proposing exhibitions, events, talks, meetings, performances, in-depth studies and extraordinary openings.

Artists organize open studios to welcome fans, collectors and professionals to their work space and open new perspectives of knowledge of their artistic research.

Curators present their research through exhibition projects and cultural events in different spaces around the city.

To guide the public through the multitude of proposals, Points of View identified among influential critics, curators, intellectuals and artists active in Rome provide their own selection of participants and events.

RAW also organizes a rich calendar of guided tours throughout the week, divided by zones or thematic areas.

The online platform romeartweek.com is the main tool of the initiative, during and after the event.

For professionals, the site allows them to create and manage, free of charge and in complete autonomy, their personal file with all the biographical information, reference images and contact information, as well as the files of the events proposed for RAW.

To the public, the site provides: the map, calendar and fact sheets of all events with details and useful information; maps and fact sheets of all participants divided by section (facilities, artists, curators); Point of View selections; and the calendar and fact sheets of all guided tours with an integrated booking system.

Each section will remain visible and consultable forever, even after the art week has ended, providing the public with an important means of contact with those who create and promote contemporary art in Rome, both through the website and through the direct creation of events.

At each edition is also distributed free of charge in printed form (min/ed 20,000 copies) the complete program containing all the events and at the end of the event realized a guide in book distribution (last edition of 200 pages) containing the files of all the participants.

Rome Art Week is organized by Kou – a nonprofit association for the promotion of visual arts. Participation is completely free for both participants and visitors as there is no admission charge for events.

Next edition

The data are continuously being updated and indicate only those applications approved so far because enrollment will end at the end of September

295 Enrollment

  • 83 galleries and institutions 
  • 177 artists
  • 35 curators
  • 1 collectives

List of Participants

Structures

6° Senso Art Gallery, AAIE Center for Contemporary Art, afnakafna, Alea Contemporary Art, Alessandro Vitiello Home Gallery, Andrea Festa Fine Art, Anna Marra Contemporanea, Area, Area Contesa Arte, Arte Borgo Gallery, Art Exhibition Link - Artists Studio Roma, Art GAP, Artotek, ArtSharing, Ass. Culturale Lavatoio Contumaciale, Associazione Culturale 7+1 Ottavocolle, Associazione Culturale Spiritree, Associazione Culturale TRAleVOLTE, Basile Contemporary, Bat-Gallery/Studio Milani, Associazione Culturale Betterpress, Bianco Contemporaneo, Biblioteca Angelica, Bibliothé Art Gallery, Cabaret Voltaire, Canova 22, Casa Argentina, Collezionando Gallery, Co.Ro. Coworking Rome Pigneto, Cosarte Spazio Creativo, CPIA4 Istruzione Provinciale Adulti, Ecovanavoce, Fondazione Cervelli Ribelli Onlus, Fondazione Francesco Paolo e Annamaria Ducci, Fondazione Magis, Gagosian Gallery, Galleria 291 Est/Inc., Galleria Continua, Galleria d'arte Stefano Simmi, Galleria d'Arte Faber, Galleria d'Arte Marchetti, Galleria del Cembalo, Galleria Fidia, Galleria Il Sole, Galleria InQuadro, Galleria Lombardi, Galleria Sinopia, Galleria Triphè, Gard Galleria Arte Roma Design, Interzone Galleria, Istituto Bulgaro di Cultura, Kou Gallery, la Casa di Tela, Legal 4Transport, Medina Roma Arte, ME.SIA S.PACE arte contemporanea, Micro Arti Visive, Millepiani, Museo Hendrik Christian Andersen, Open Studio Gallery Patrizia Genovesi, Ospizio Giovani Artisti, Palazzo Merulana, Palazzo Velli Expo, Pavart, Pícaro Spazio Creativo, Pocket Art Studio, Postmasters, RESTELLIARTCO., Rome University of Fine Arts, Rossocinabro, Sala da Feltre - Open Art, Sala 1, SIC12 artstudio, Spazio GB Editoria, Spazio Hangar, Storie Contemporanee, Studio 154, Studio Arti Floreali, Studio Campo Boario, Teatro Arciliuto, Temple University, Warmthotel, z2o Sara Zanin Gallery

Artists

Duminda, Alberta Piazza, Alberto D'Amico, Alessia Nardi, Alexander Luigi Di Meglio, Alfonso Isonzo, Ana Paula Torres, Anastasia Kurakina, Andrea Felice, Andrea Fumagalli, Andrea Sbra Perego, Angela Donatelli, A.T. Anghelopoulos, Anna Di Fusco, Annamaria Russo, Antonella Cuzzocrea, Antonio Palazzo, Barbara Berardicurti, Bruno Kuhlmann, Carla Sacco, Carlo Cecchi, Carlo D'Orta, Carol Hendrickson, Carolyn Angus, Caterina Tedeschini, Chiara Borraccino, Chiara Fantaccione, Chiara Gizzi, Consuelo Mura, Costantino Castellotti, Maria Costanza Alvarez De Castro, Cristina Falasca, Daniela Beltrani, Daniela Carpentieri, Daniela Carreras, Daniele Ruffini, Dario Imbo, Davide Di Vico, Davide Stasino, Davide Viggiano, David Renka, Elsa Falciani, Emanuele Marsigliotti, Fabio De Benedettis, Fabio Ferrone Viola, Fabio Milani, Fabrizio Di Nardo, Flavia Mitolo, Franca Bernardi, Francesca Micacchi, Francesca Termine, Francesca Tulli, Francesco Paolo Cipullo, Francesco Zizola, Franco Belsole, Franco Nuti, Fulvio Bucelli, Gaetano Zampogna, Germana Galdi, Germana Gismondi, Gianna Attiani, Giorgio Ortona, Giovanni Longo, Giulia Iosco, Giuliana Silvestrini, Giulia Ripandelli, Giuseppe Scelfo, Hèctor Vargas Salazar, Ilaria Commendatore, Ilaria Di Giustili, Ivo Cotani, Juanni Wang, Karmen Corak, Laura della Gatta, Laura De Lorenzo, Laura Federici, Laura Grosso, Laura Mega, Lisa Sorba, Lorenzo Bruschini, Luca Ximenes, Lucio Barbuio, Lucrezia Testa Iannilli, dap - Luigia d'Alfonso e Ada Perla, Luigi Maria de rubeis, Luisa Valeriani, manuela scannavini, Manuel De Marco, Marco Galletti, Marco Giammetti, Maria Pacheco Cibils, Maria Pia Pascoli, Maria Teresa Gallo, Marilena La Mantia, Marina Misiti, Maristella Campolunghi, Mark Steven Greenfield, Massimiliano Ferragina, Massimo Lorenzo Petrucci, Matilde Damele, Maurizio Prenna, Mauro Bellucci, Mauro Magni, Mauro Molle, Michele De Luca, Michel Patrin, Milan Zulic, Mirella Ventura, Miriam Chessa, Miriam Modena, Mirko Pagliacci, Mita Ungaro, Monica Argentino, Monica Pirone, Monica Sarandrea, Natalya Sluzenkova, Nicola Marco Mainieri, Nicola Ughi, Nina Eaton, Paola De Rosa, Paola Falini, Paola Maddalena, paola marinelli, Paola Romoli Venturi, Paolo Bielli, Paolo Cazzella, Pao Silvia Paoletti, Patrizia Pieri, Patrizia Ricchiuti, Patrizia Simonetti, Piero Marsili, Raffaella Silvi, Raul Grisolia, Roberta Filippi, Roberta Petrangeli, Roberto Ciangola, Robin Clerici, Rosa Anna Argento, Rosario Calì, Ros Lenci, Salvatore Dominelli, Salvatore Giunta, Sandra Gianesini, Sara Santarelli, Serena Lugli, Sergio Illuminato, Sergio Sechi, Showcase Test, SIlvia Iorio, Silvia Stucky, Simona De Caro, Simona Gloriani, Soledad Agresti, Sonia Viccaro, Stefania Cecchetti, Stefania Picca, Stefano Bolcato, Stefano Compagnucci, Stefan Sagmeister, Stella Gallas, Sveva Angeletti, Teresa Bianchi, Tina Milazzo, Ugo Scala, Umberto Ippoliti, Valentina Mori, Valeria Cademartori, Valter Sambucini, Verena D'Alessandro, Werther Germondari, Victoria Thomen, Vincenzo Scolamiero, Viola Di Massimo, Virginia Carbonelli, Tania Welz, Yajaira M. Pirela M., Zaire Torrealba

Curators

Adelinda Allegretti, Anna Amendolagine, Antonietta Campilongo, Antonio Muratore, Barbara Lalle Curatore, Benedetta Monti, Carla Guidi, Chiara Maria Candellone Sticca, Dafne Crocella, Daniela Perego, Davide Silvioli, Eleonora De Filippis, Federica Fabrizi, Gianleonardo Latini, Gina Ingrassia, Giuseppe Montalbano, Giuseppe Ussani d'Escobar, Grazia Menna, Ilaria Giacobbi, Ivan D'Alberto, Katia Paoletti, Loredana De Pace, Maila Buglioni, Marcella Magaletti, Mauro Rubini, Monica Ferrarini, Penelope Filacchione, Roberta Melasecca, Roberto Cavallini, Rossana Calbi, Sabrina Consolini, Silvia Zappalà, Maria Italia Zacheo, Valeria De Siero, Velia Littera

The data are updated as of 13/08/2022


The numbers of the past edition

547 Enrollment

  • 146 galleries and institutions 
  • 342 artists
  • 59 curators

392 Events

  • 120 events
  • 120 exhibitions
  • 152 open studio

Points of view

Alberto Dambruoso, Alessandra Caponi, Claudio Strinati, Claudio Zambianchi, Giovanni Albanese, Greta Alberta Tirloni, Helia Hamedani, Massimiliano Reggiani, Massimo Scaringella, Micol Di Veroli, Paolo Balmas, Raffaele Quattrone, Roberto Gramiccia, Saverio Verini
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