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The Independent explores the contents offered by independent and innovative realities, monitoring the growth of independent spaces and applying a strategy of viral awareness within which each independent group has its own virtual space where it can present its activities.


Independent groups & spaces

Bologna, Italy

Since 2013, LOCALEDUE focuses on experimentation fostering the observation, hospitality and encouragement of new artistic practices. The...

by appointment
Madrid, Spain

Emma is a self-organised collaborative and curatorial organisation for artistic and cultural practices, which encourages dialogue and exploration in the arts. It creates learning and residential opportunities for artists and other cultural producers through...

No Man’s Land Collective
Palermo, Italy

No Man's Land is a collective of independent photographers that arises from the critical
to individualism prevailing in the world of art
and photography in particular. Reality in which the photographer's name becomes "brand" overhanging the relevance of...

Esperimenti Architettonici
Altamura, Italy

Glocal collaborative platform that acts between web and territory to promote innovative urban regeneration strategies focused on active citizenship. The nationwide network was established in 2011 in the city of Altamura (Puglia Region) and is made up of...

July 2018


On the occasion of the MAXXI event, this issue of Garibaldi will be co-edited by NESXT – Independent Art Network. NESXT, which was born in Turin in 2016, is a festival, an observatory and a network devoted to the Italian independent scene, and has been a partner of THE INDEPENDENT since 2017. The space for in-depth analysis provided by the Journal will see NESXT introduce itself through its own manifesto and an interview to Artistic Director Olga Gambari, proposing a reflection on the roots and philosophical statute of independence.


edited by NESXT, Elena Motisi and Simone Ciglia


(484) 483-0328

NESXT proposes a selection of eight group / space projects of the independent national scene, invited to recount their story in a free, personal manner. From 12 July 2018 to 17 February 2019 at MAXXI.


MoRE group, the digital museum that collects, preserves and exhibits on line unrealised projects by 20th- and 21st-century artists, presents WunderMoRE. From March 7 to July 8 2018 at MAXXI.


Founded in 1998 by Alfredo Brillembourg and Hubert Klumpner in Caracas the group present a reflection on utopian theories and their development within the urban setting. From 2 December 2017 to 25 February 2018 at MAXXI.