I Piani del Palazzo (The Palazzo's Storeys)

is a digital project accompanying visitors through the Palazzo delle Esposizioni's spaces, from its exhibition halls and cinema theatre to the Art Bookshelf and to past and present exhibitions, showcasing the many activities normally held in them.

As flowing, flexible and changeable as our exhibition halls, the Palazzo's Storeys aims to let you see right through the walls of the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, making room for the multitude of voices that inhabit it and criss-cross it on the inside and on the outside.


Inside and Outside the Storeys is designed to allow us to keep in touch and interact with our visitors in the hope that we'll be able to welcome them to the Palazzo delle Esposizioni again very soon.


The Palazzo delle Esposizioni has been hosting art works, artists, visitors, curators, photographers and architects for over a century, remodulating its spaces to adapt, chameleon-like, to the creations of those living and working in it. In fact that's exactly what we've done with the 2020 Art Quadriennale, redesigning our exhibition halls to accommodate 43 artists and over 350 art works.

#FuoridaiPiani is the space devoted to the Rome Quadriennale 2020 with an in-depth exploration of the exhibition and educational activities devised for our younger visitors to carry on being OUTSIDE.

The catalogue of the exhibition Tecniche d'Evasione (evasion techniques).
The exhibition considers the adventure of the Hungarian Avant-garde in the 1960s and '70s as a model of protest techniques and strategies, on account of the exemplary and astonishing results that it achieved.

The Palazzo delle Esposizioni has devoted an extensive anthological retrospective to Jim Dine (Cincinnati, USA, 1935), one of the most prominent figures in American art whose radical and innovative work has been highly influential in contemporary visual culture, particularly with regard to Italian art in the 1960s.

Conceived in close collaboration with the artist and curated by Daniela Lancioni, the exhibition featured a total of 80 works dating from 1959 to 2018, from public and private collections both in Europe and the United States.

Online workshops, activities and exhibitions

A full educational programme so you can experience art and the museum at a safe distance, with projects specially designed for a special moment and always open to everyone.

The #PdERemix hashtag breathes new life in the exhibitions and meetings in our Cinema Theatre. Each week, you can listen or re-listen in streaming to the encounters and talks on themes ranging from art to science on line via our YouTube channel and other social media.