At the Giorgio De Chirico house-museum, a project curated by Luca Lo Pintocalls for intervention by different internationally acclaimed Italian and foreign artists, invited to establish a dialogue with the works, objects and architecture of the site. The show will continue for one year and involve an intentionally wide range of artists, of different generations, poetics and styles: Alek O., Darren Bader, Nina Beier, Carola Bonfili, Benny Chirco, Giulio Frigo, Martino Gamper, Paul Armand Gette, Mino Maccari, Tobias Madison & Kaspar Müller, Marcello Maloberti, Carlo Mollino, Momus, Olaf Nicolai, Henrik Olesen, Luigi Ontani, Nicola Pecoraro, Emilio Prini, Dan Rees, Izet Sheshivari, Alexandre Singh, John Stezaker, Luca Trevisani, Luca Vitone and Raphäel Zarkaand others to be announced. The works on display – installations, paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs – have been created for the evocative spaces of the house, on the three upper levels of the 17th-century Palazzetto dei Borgognoni on Piazza di Spagna, where De Chirico resided for the last three decades of his life. Like other famous house-museums, including the Praz Museum, the Soane Museum or the Freud Museum, the house of De Chirico stimulates reflection on portraiture, memory, the idea of the collection, the relationship between public and private. While the paintings, drawings and sculptures bear witness to the fertile activity of De Chirico the artist, the furnishings and objects reveal a more intimate, personal side. In this context, the invited artists intervene with works that do not invade the space, but attempt to establish a relationship, to fit in, to create different levels of narration and interpretation.