Quotidiana is a programme of exhibitions conceived and produced by La Quadriennale di Roma in collaboration with Roma Culture, Rome’s Superintendency for Cultural Heritage. Its aim is to explore a number of significant trends in 21st-century Italian art.

The exhibition venue is the Museo di Roma-Palazzo Braschi, with access from both Piazza Navona and Piazza di San Pantaleo.

The programme is divided into two exhibition cycles. Paesaggio e Portfolio. the first two exhibitions will open on September 16.

The admission is free without reservation.

Quotidiana is part of the 95th anniversary programme of the Quadriennale (1927-2022) for which the Foundation has received a contribution from the Presidency of the Council of Ministers – Taskforce for National Anniversaries and National and International sporting events.

open door
exhibition projects can be proposed by curators and artists (as curators) through a precise application process. critics under 35 can apply to participate in this monitoring project.

application form