The 15th Quadriennale d’Arte was held at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni di Roma in 2008. The critics on the panel were Chiara Bertola, Lorenzo Canova, Bruno Corà, Daniela Lancioni and Claudio Spadoni.While the previous exhibition had extended to the masters of the 1960s and 1970s who were still in activity, this time it focused its attention on the generations of artists who had begun to become established in Italy from the 1990s onwards. The opening of the exhibition, which featured ninety-nine artists, paid homage to Luciano Fabro one year on from his death. The second term in office of Gino Agnese ran from 2009 to 2011. Ilaria Della Torre was appointed general manager. The activities intensified at Villa Carpegna, including the ‘Artista CHIAMA Artista’ exhibition cycle with three events dedicated to young artists. With the centenary of Futurism, work began on an up-to-date and extended edition of the Archivi del Futurismo (De Luca Editori d’Arte). In January 2012, the journalist Jas Gawronski was appointed chairman.