MACRO Testaccio

MACRO Testaccio is the smaller of the two sites that make up Rome’s Museum of Contemporary Art. Located in a former slaughterhouse, it provides a unique context for exhibitions and site specific work that can play off the original 19th century industrial complex. This space doesn’t host a permanent collection and is only open to the public during exhibitions. For more information on MACRO see: MACRO via Nizza.


Piazza Orazio Giustiniani 4

Opening times

Tuesday to Sunday 2pm–8pm

Current Exhibitions

Pietro Fortuna: S.I.L.O.S12 April – 7 June 2017
Alfredo Pirri: I Pesci Non Portano Fucili12 April – 4 June 2017


Luca Padroni: I valori personali1 February–26 March 2017
Li Chevalier: Trajectory of Desire28 January–26 March 2017
Digitalife: Luminaria7 October–27 November 2016
Edgar Honetschläger: Los Feliz23 September–18 October 2016
Yahon Chang: The Question of Beings24 June–28 August 2016
Ugo Rondinone: Giorni d'Oro10 June–11 September 2016