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 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 Struttura di missione per la valorizzazione degli anniversari nazionali e della dimensione partecipativa delle nuove generazioni by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
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.