Opening a Feminist Archive
Rediscovering Carla Lonzi's radical work through her collection of documents
Who was Carla Lonzi?
Discover Carla Lonzi's life story through her personal letters and photos
Art Critic, Intellectual, Feminist, Woman
A closer look at the Carla Lonzi Archive
Carla Lonzi @ La Galleria Nazionale
A look back at 10 years of the artist and the institution
From images of life to radical texts
A Radical Life
Discover the life and works of Carla Lonzi through her personal photos and writing
How Lonzi Changed The Artistic Language of the 60s
An art critic who let the artists speak up about their works and themselves.
The Path to Female Self-Awareness
How a female friendship drove the revolution of art and women's rights.
More from Carla Lonzi
Explore her entire personal archive, digitised for the first time
View over 16,000 images
"Who said that ideology is my adventure? Adventure and Ideology are incompatible. I am my own adventure. "
Carla Lonzi - I say I, Female Revolt
Carla and Carla
Discover the story of a great friendship
A Sign Obsession
Carla Accardi and her tireless research for meaning in the visual arts
Let's get the party started
Looking back at the Women Out Of Joint workshops, a project dedicated to Carla Lonzi
Feminism is an open party
Artistic practices that explore a new role model
Love Doesn't Hurt
The female body and a violent outburst
Learning from the past to define the future
Examining and elaborating on Carla Lonzi's provocative essay 'Let's Spit on Hegel'
After Hegel, Who Are We Going to Spit On?
Carla Lonzi's most irreverent text questions feminism
The spit metaphor to destroy the patriarchal logic
The different and the destruction of the different
Contemporary responses from 37 different people
How Carla Lonzi's Autorittrato (self-portrait) invites us to express ourselves
Self Portraits: A Profound Introspective Gesture
The self-portrait as the deepest and most immediate expressive form
An Open Call
An invitation to others to examine their authentic voices through video self-portraits
How the open call is relevant in the midst of a pandemic
... Or Rather, Speak
How expression, narration and words represent us
Video selfies as self-portraits
Watch the three videos winners of 'Shut Up, Or Rather, Speak'
The Photographer's Wife
Laura Heyman strikes a pose to play the female muse
A Self-Portrait, for Taci. Anzi, Parla
A physical similarity brings back old memories
Technology helps to unpack the layered complexity and reach to the core of ‘self’
The third open call by the National Gallery inspired by the work of Carla Lonzi
Now You Can Go
A call for stories of overcoming grief and giving voice to one's personal vision of the future
Beyond the Lonzi archive
A contemporary archive celebrates two famous gallerists of the Roman art scene
The Works and The Archives
Explore passionate works by Mara Coccia and Daniela Ferraria
Playing as a Team
Personal photographs, drawings, paintings and invitations trace the work relationship of Mara Coccia and Daniela Ferraria
A New Beginning
An archive of Mara Coccia's activity as a gallery owner after the breakup
How art can astonish the eyes of the public?
Changing the Artists
Launching 'I say I'
Listen and read the stories of more than 40 women artists featured in the “I say I'' exhibition, who talk about themselves and their artworks, remarkable witnesses of the many faces and layers that make up the contemporary women’s rights movement.
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