Abstract Objectives. An introduction to the historical artifacts of the Roman district of Eur, made between the thirties andthe late nineties, aimed at tracing a path, a cultural exhibition promoting the “open air” Museum in that neighborhood.Methodology. The historical and artistic methodology includes an analysis of the Open air Museum with relationto the context of space and time, the relationship with the customer, the study of biographical and artistic profile of theauthors involved, the comparison with other disciplines.Findings. The article aims to translate the scientific contributions on the subject in an exhibition itinerary toenhance an area that is increasingly becoming a pole of attraction for the whole South-West side of the capital.Research limits. The project includes on with direct involvement of institutions such as the Municipality, thedistricts, the Mibac, and the work of a team with varied skills.Practical implications. Thanks to a practical not only theorical concept of art, I attempt to trace scientificprojects and touristic routes linked to the Eur’s Museum. Eur district now increasingly subjected to degradation,althought it is full of resources not yet expressed. Eur district can became a laboratory for new ideas and projects onarchitecture, contemporary art and cinema.Originality of the study. The ability to combine the development of urban centres, protection of the environment,historical memory, urban renovation with the promotion of contemporary art, in order to promote the present culturalheritage by low cost projects.
|Numero di pagine||14|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|