Painting with Emotions at Extempor-Art
Close to Rome’s famous Piazza Navona you’ll find the small art shop and gallary Extempor-ART. If you step inside, you’ll immediately be surrounded by a sea of bright colors and a good amount of enthusiasm of owner Renato Mazza.
Beauty as a Bulwark: Rome’s Inhabited Museum, MAAM
An old, abandoned factory on the outskirts of Rome – where 200 people live – is a veritable treasure trove of beauty with more than 650 works of contemporary art. UP Magazine went to visit the only inhabited museum in the world.
Greta Thunberg, Frida Kahlo, A Crying Wonder in Rome’s Trullo Neighborhood
Rome’s Trullo neighborhood in the south-western part of the city is a symbol of poverty, unemployment and social decay. Yet, for some time, Trullo has managed to attract a good deal of art lovers which meander through the quarter with attentive eyes. Because here, the street art mixes with street poetry, and it’s everywhere. On the walls, on the facades and hidden in backyards.