The project

Forgotten is an urban art project highlighting those buildings in Rome that run the risk to be “forgotten”, those buildings that lost their original function or have an uncertain future for reasons mainly related to time, the growth of the city or a shift in citizens’ habits.

To put those buildings into the spotlight, five Portuguese urban artists have been invited to create a contemporary art work in Rome, a town where none of them has ever worked before.

Latest news

Frederico Draw at Together Garden


Next Wednesday 1st June, TOGETHER host in their charming location of the Garden, between Trastevere and Gianicolo, the last ( ? ) event FORGOTTEN 1st edition: a live painting by Frederico Draw with DJ – set of  RoyTson (Kaisen Records) and a good beer. During the evening you can pick the catalog (for those who have already […]

Presented in Rome Daniel Eime’s latest work “Taglio” 


Last Saturday, April 9, was presented in Rome the first intervention of the Portuguese artist Daniel Eime in the city. The title of the work recalls a widely used expression in the markets and at the same time the technique and the wall composition. “Taglio” actually represents an old market vendor woman, with which Daniel […]


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