ongoing Balla house

The show

Casa Balla, in via Oslavia in Rome, reopens to the public from 22 September 2023 to 28 January 2024 .

After first opening in 2021, MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts in Rome celebrates again the futurist genius, Giacomo Balla , with the reopening of his incredible futurist house in Rome , a true total work of art, admired by scholars, academics, art historians and audiences from around the world.

Casa Balla was in fact the house where the artist lived for more than thirty years: here Balla 's art is everywhere, starting with everyday objects such as tables, chairs, shelves and dishes.

C asa Balla was for the entire Balla family a creative workshop, an experimentation laboratory, a workshop, a universe created by Giacomo Balla and his daughters, Luce and Elica , in which functionality and aesthetics coexist.

Casa Balla represents a fundamental element in the culture and history of Italian and world art, as well as being a source of inspiration and a point of reference for the younger generations of artists.


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Via Guido Reni, 4a
00196 Rome


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