- Camera Oscura: Immagini da Rebibbia
1 gennaio 1999 - 20 gennaio 1999
Immagini realizzate da Tano D’Amico nelle celle e nei cortili del carcere di Rebibbia a Roma.
- Algardi. The Other Face of Baroque
21 January – 30 April 1999
113 works of art, including 66 sculptures in bronze, terracotta, marble and silver, and 47 drawings from the most important museums in Italy, Europe and the United States, revealed the artistic development of this famous sculptor, who lived in the second ...
- Puppets and Puppet Theatres: Exhibitions, Shows and Animations
23 January – 16 February 1999
This was an event specially for children, held during Carnival, with three exhibitions: My friend Pulcinella (Il mio amico Pulcinella) with drawings, posters, and puppets by Lele Luzzati; Heroes with Wooden Heads (Eroi dalle teste di legno) with puppet ...
- Studio Azzurro Sensitive Environments. Experiences between Interactivity and Narration
10 March – 24 May 1999
This exhibition provided an unpublished retrospective devoted to Studio Azzurro, the historic Milanese group which has been working in the field of video art since 1982...
- David Lachapelle. Exhibition 1999
19 March – 24 May 1999
This exhibition brought to the Italian public the work of the famous American photographer David Lachapelle (Farmington, North Carolina, 1963), voted Best New Photographer of the Year in 1995 by the magazines French and American Photo Magazine...
- Martin Parr: Common Sense
24 March – 3 May 1999
This exhibition was dedicated to the English photographer Martin Parr (Epsom, 1952), an ironic, alienated and attentive observer of British society under the Thatcher government. His photos, characterized by a highly contrasty and luminous use of colour, ...
- Jean Baudrillard
27 March – 16 April 1999
This exhibition presented a collection of photographs by the French philosopher Jean Baudrillard, famous for his studies on mass communication and consumerism...
- Thirteenth Quadrennial: Projections 2000. The Place of Visual Arts in the Multimedia Civilization
18 June – 10 September 1999
The thirteenth edition of this historic event was staged by the Rome Ente Esposizione Nazionale Quadriennale d’Arte (National Quadrennial Art Exhibition Authority). The exhibition offered a cross-section of current artistic trends in Italy, following on ...
- El Greco. Identity and Transformation. Crete. Italy. Spain.
2 June – 19 September 1999
The project which inspired this great exhibition was designed to enable people to get to know El Greco in the places where he worked and was the result of an important cultural exchange and close collaboration between Italy, Spain and Greece...
- The Support/Surface Years in the Collections of the Georges Pompidou Centre
22 September - 24 October 1999
More than thirty years after the start of the “Support/Surface” movement, this exhibition sought to encapsulate one of the most creative periods of the artistic avant-garde in France...
- CAOS. Josef Koudelka
24 September - 22 November 1999
This exhibition expressed the contemporary world vision of Josef Koudelka (Moravia, Czechoslovakia 1938) in sixty panoramic photographs, the fruit of over ten years’ work...
- Fausto Pirandello
13 October 1999 - 10 January 2000
This retrospective exhibition celebrated the centenary of the birth of Fausto Pirandello (Rome 1899 – 1975), a restless and experimental artist who was a leading figure on the Italian art scene of the twentieth century...
- Creatures, European Childhoods. Photographs by Alan Volut
26 October - 30 November 1999
In twenty-three European cities, Alain Volut has caught an unusual and strangely consistent image of childhood: it is the image of children who are almost always alone, searching in the corners of their city for the chance of an intimate game and a ...
- Artists for Goethe. Journey to Italy, Weimar-Rome-Naples
7 November - 6 December 1999
This exhibition retraces in the imagination Goethe’s journey to Italy, bringing together the cities of Weimar, Rome and Napoli through the works of eight contemporary artists, Italian and German, of different generations: Italian artists Nicola De Maria, ...
- Nello studio di Oz. Artisti americani per bambini
13 novembre 1999- 6 gennaio 2000
La mostra-laboratorio è una proposta per bambini e ragazzi, ma anche per educatori, illustratori e curiosi di ogni genere.
- 4 pianos. Charlemagne Palestine, Michael Harrison, Philip Glass, Terry Riley
17 - 21 November 1999
A sort of minimalist piano jam session took place in the central Rotunda of the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with concerts by the leading exponents of avant-garde music who appeared in the United States during the 1960s...
- On the Other Side. From the Children’s Point of View. Photos by Sheila McKinnon
2 - 13 December 1999
This exhibition by Italo-Canadian photographer Sheila McKinnon, promoted by UNICEF on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, chose to take a look, and to make people look, at the rights of the child from a ...
- Francesco Borromini and the Baroque Universe
15 December 1999 – 21 February 2000
Four hundred years from the birth of Francesco Borromini, the great architect is celebrated in Rome, the city that was the setting for his rigorous work. This broad retrospective examined the genial yet tormented personality of the artist, his life, ...
- Ezio Frigerio. Set Designer
15 December 1999 - 14 February 2000
Known as the poet and "architect of nostalgia", Ezio Frigerio (Erba, 1930), the world famous set designer, reveals himself for the first time in an exhibition that he designed himself...