Ellsworth Kelly. Line, Form, Color

The Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio presents, from Thursday 13th April 2023 to Tuesday 11th July 2023, a new exhibition project dedicated to a key figure in contemporary art history, the American artist Ellsworth Kelly (1923, Newburgh, NY – 2015, Spencertown, NY). “Ellsworth Kelly: Line, Form, Color”,

Nico Vascellari. 01

Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio presents the fifth exhibition project, specifically conceived for the spaces of via Francesco Crispi 18, by the artist Nico Vascellari (1976, Vittorio Veneto, TV), curated by Pier Paolo Pancotto. /*! elementor - v3.18.0 - 04-12-2023 */ .elementor-widget-image-carousel .swiper,.elementor-widget-image-carousel .swiper-container{position:static}.elementor-widget-image-carousel .swiper-container .swiper-slide figure,.elementor-widget-image-carousel .swiper

Paul Thek. Italian Hours

The Nicola Del Roscio Foundation presents, from Thursday 28th October 2022 a Saturday 28th  January 2023, a  new exhibition  project  dedicated  to one  a  key figure  of  contemporary  art  history: Paul Thek (New York, US 1933-1988). “Paul Thek. Italian Hours”, curated by Peter Benson Miller,


La Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio presents from Saturday 30 October 2021 to Saturday 26 February 2022 the solo show of the British European artist Tacita Dean, Sigh, Sigh, Sigh. The exhibition brings together a series of works relating to Cy Twombly (1928–2011), most of them

Claire Fontaine, Pasquarosa, Marinella Senatore

Approximately one year after its inauguration, Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio proposes a new exhibition upon the occasion of the Quadriennale d’Arte 2020, which brings together for the first time two presences of the contemporary creative scene, Claire Fontaine (artistic collective founded in 2004) and Marinella

Geta Brӑtescu, Adrian Ghenie, Ciprian Mureşan, Şerban Savu

Fondazione Nicola Del Rosciop resents the first exhibition project conceived specifically for the new spaces at no. 18 Via Francesco Crispi, getting the institution’s cultural programming under way: a joint exhibition that brings together works by the artists Geta Brătescu (Ploiești, 1926 – Bucharest, 2018),

Piero Golia. The End

Fondazione Nicola Del Roscio, a new exhibition space in the heart of Rome that opened in September 2019, presents its second project: an unprecedented intervention, conceived especially for the spaces at Via Francesco Crispi 18 by the artist Piero Golia (Naples, 1974) and curated by