Musia living&arts is located on Via dei Chiavari, at the heart of Rome and its history, near the Curia of Pompey where Julius Caesar was killed in 44 BC. This interesting and versatile space has quickly become a prime meeting point for contemporary art and fashion, architecture and music.
The project launched a few months ago thanks to the eclectic taste and enthusiasm of Ovidio Jacorossi – one of the leaders of Gruppo Jacorossi as well as an enthusiastic and cultivated art collector, who has committed for years to renovating locations and managing technological services in large exhibition spaces (past projects include the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome, the Guggenheim Museum in Venice and the Doge’s Palace in Genoa).
Musia branches out into a plethora of initiatives, ranging from cultural tourism (guided tours of the works on display and of the area around the building on Via dei Chiavari) to renting the space for business and private events, from kids’ educational projects (such as itineraries that stimulate their interpretation of art) to business services for professionals who are curious about the role contemporary art can have in fostering innovation and competitiveness.
A visit here can lead to wonderful adventures – if nothing else, enjoying the collection of pieces from the 19th and 20th centuries kept here, which includes works by De Chirico, Balla, Severini, Sironi, Mafai, Scipione, Cagli, Fazzini and Marini.