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Kick-ups Competition for Campo Testaccio

07/05/2018

On Wednesday May the 23rd starting from 6 p.m. footballs are back in the former stadium Campo Testaccio. To launch the new mural by the English street artist Lucy McLauchlan for Forgotten Project, to highlight the conditions of forgotten sport facilities in the city centre of Rome, we organize a kick-ups competition at the legendary […]

My Dog Sighs’ artwork for Forgotten Project, titled “I still remember how it was before”, inaugurated last Saturday

20/03/2018

The British artist’s point of view on the hospital Nuovo Regina Margherita The hospital in Trastevere hosts the first mural of the second edition of the urban project born to reclaim the value of urban heritage. A different view of the city, of Trastevere and of health structures in Rome. The English street artist My […]

The Street Artist My Dog Sighs, for the first time in Rome with  Forgotten Project

12/03/2018

The Nuovo Regina Margherita will be the location of the first intervention of the urban art project born to reclaim the value of urban heritage.  The second edition of Forgotten Project in Rome is starting. We will open the ball with the British street artist,  My Dog Sighs, at his first experience in the capital […]

For once we check them up! 


04/03/2018

A walking tour in the hospital structures of Rome city center   DATE: Saturday 10th March, 3.30 pm ROUTE: Presidio Ospedaliero Santo Spirito in Saxia, Ospedale S. Gallicano (esternal), Presidio Nuovo Regina Margherita TOUR DURATION: 2h 30 min MEETING POINT: Chiostro del Commendatore @ Borgo Santo Spirito, 3 (please be there at 3.15 pm for […]

Open Call Artists FREE ART FRIDAY

05/02/2018

Are you an artist? Wanna join the first Free Art Friday to be held in Rome? Subscribe here Open Call Free Art Friday Rome (Italy) Saturday March 17th 5pm – 7 pm Trastevere Introduction: On March 17th the English street artist My Dog Sighs will complete his mural on the surrounding wall of the Structure […]

Forgotten Project Second Edition

25/01/2018

Four world-famous British street artists and four new themes for the project dedicated to the forgotten buildings of Rome The second edition of Forgotten Project will start in March 2018 in Rome. The project started in 2015, which dedicated it’s first edition to Portugal, will now focus on one of the most representative countries of urban […]

Institutional Art Awards: Special Mention

22/11/2017

Award ‘for the recovery of the urban and social centrality of an often neglected dimension of the Roman architectural heritage’ for the Embassy of Portugal in Italy with Forgotten Project at the Institutional Art Awards 2017! The list of all the winners here.

Special Mention of the Jury in Conversation Video 2017

10/11/2017

The film “Urban Art Portuguese in Rome” directed by Leonardo Meuti and produced by Forgotten Project received the Special Mention of the Jury in Conversation Video 2017, International Festival of Documentaries on Art and Architecture. The jury of this year, composed by: Elisabetta Cristallini, Professor of History of Contemporary Art – University of Tuscia Edoardo […]

Frederico Draw at Together Garden

27/05/2016

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” 

12/04/2016

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 […]

Forgotten… (THE EXHIBITION): 5 Portuguese artists at Rome’s Contemporary Art Museum

15/04/2016

Opened yesterday to the public in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome – MACRO – the first exhibition of “Forgotten” project. Forgotten… (The EXHIBITION) will be at the pavilion 9A of MACRO Testaccio, from 14th April to 15th May 2016, curated by Alessandra Arpino, sponsored by the Embassy of Portugal, the Cultural Department of […]

Daniel Eime in Roma: a tribute to markets

01/04/2016

  • After focusing on dismissed areas, old factories, little stations, and closed cinemas Forgotten is now paying homage to municipal markets • The portuguese artist Daniel Eime will be in Rome to talk about the potential of covered markets • The first edition of Forgotten will conclude with  an  exhibition on MACRO – Rome’s […]

Forgotten… (THE EXHIBITION): 5 Portuguese artists in MACRO – Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome

16/03/2016

FORGOTTEN … (THE EXHIBITION) The Contemporary Art Museum of Rome MACRO houses the first exhibition devoted to “Forgotten Project”. Forgotten… (THE EXHIBITION) will be on view from April 13th to May 15th inside the 9A wing of MACRO Testaccio. Designed by Alessandra Arpino, the exhibition is realized thanks to the support of the Embassy of Portugal, the Cultural Commission […]

Portuguese artist ±MAISMENOS± in Rome, with a project about forgotten cinemas

23/02/2016

Last weekend the 4th Forgotten Project’s artistic intervention took place in Rome. Previous themes of the project were neglected areas, former factories and little stations. This time the urban art project focused on shut down cinemas in Rome, whose future in uncertain and which have been ‘forgotten’. On February 19th, 20th and 21st those ‘urban […]

Homage to shut down cinemas in Rome

04/02/2016

The Portuguese Artist ±MaisMenos± is coming to Rome with an irreverent artistic installation  • ±MaisMenos± will be the  fourth  Portuguese artist invited by  Forgotten Project,  an urban art project aiming at highlighting those buildings in Rome that risk being ‘forgotten’. • Since 2008, more than 40 cinemas shut down. ± MaisMenos± will spotlight some of them in […]

“UMA CABRA” … at Saint Peter: the well-known Portuguese artist Bordalo II at Forgotten Project

27/01/2016

Last Sunday Bordalo II’s latest BIG TRASH ANIMAL was presented to the city of Rome. Built on a wall at the entrance of Saint Peter Train Station, this work was realized thanks to Forgotten Project, in partnership with Ferrovie dello Stato Group and the XIII municipality. Once again, the artist transformed urban garbage into a […]

Urban Art to pay homage to Rome’s Saint Peter train station

07/01/2016

Portuguese artist Bordalo II will debut in Rome with one of his typical crestares sculptured of recycled materials Bordalo II’s Intervention is the third promoted by Forgotten Project, an initiative to put an artistic spotlight on urban spaces in central Rome Collaboration with Ferrovie dello Stato creates another reason to visit the station home to the […]