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Formerly known as Rome's Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery, and before that formerly known as the Peroni beer factory, this redesigned industrial space has brought new life to the gallery and museum scene of a city formerly known for its then, not its now. The collection here covers Italian contemporary artists from the 1960s through today. Its sister museum, MACRO Testaccio (Piazza O. Giustiniani) is housed in a renovated slaughterhouse in Testaccio district, Rome's "Left Bank," and features temporary exhibits and installations by current artists. The goal of both spaces is to bring current art to the public in innovative spaces, and, not incidentally, to give support and recognition to Rome's contemporary art scene, which labors in the shadow of the city's artistic heritage. After a few days—or millennia—of dusty marble, it's a breath of fresh air.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Via Nizza 138, intersection with Via Cagliari Repubblica, Rome, 00198 | Map It
  • Phone: 06/671070400
  • Cost: €12.50 combined entrance to MACRO and MACRO Testaccio (good for 7 days)
  • Hours: Tues.–Sun. 11–7, Sun. 11–10. MACRO Testaccio Tues.–Sun. 4–10
  • Website:
  • Metro Repubblica; Bus 719 or 38.
  • Location: Repubblica
Updated: 03-19-2014

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