The project


Forgotten is an urban project putting the spotlight on those buildings in the city center of Rome that are at risk of being forgotten.
Forgotten asks to the most representative artists of a given country to develop their artworks on the forgotten buildings.
Forgotten works with international artists who have never worked in Rome.
Forgotten is supported by various institutions, both local and international.
Forgotten involves several associations from the different neighborhoods where it is operating.
Forgotten acts as a connector between local realities and international institutions.
Forgotten is not a festival, but a project that develops over a year.
Forgotten does not redevelop the outskirts, but operates through a series of specific acts in several central areas of the city of Rome.
Forgotten does not want to beautify the city, but to bring the citizen to reflection through art.

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“Not Forgotten”: unveiled the mural by Lucy McLauchlan for Forgotten Project


A new artwork for Campo Testaccio “Not Forgotten”: unveiled the mural by Lucy McLauchlan for Forgotten Project The second piece curated by the urban project born to claim the value of Rome’s contemporary architectural heritage highlights forgotten sport facilities. An anonimous surrounding wall turns into an artwork that questions: “what is beyond?”. The artist is […]

Street artist Lucy McLauchlan in Rome for the first time with Forgotten Project


Campo Testaccio will be the location of the second composition of the urban art project aiming to reclaim the value of urban heritage. Press Conference and Inauguration: 23rd of May 2018 from 6.00 p.m. – Campo Testaccio, Via Zabaglia 29-43. The second edition of Forgotten Project in Rome is about to score a goal with […]

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