Vulkan Beehives, Oslo (NO), by Snøhetta, 2014; photo by Morten Brakestad

Exhibition, MAXXI, Rome, Italy, until 8 November
The Food exhibition is an exploration of architectural issues associated with the storing, distribution, consumption, and disposal of food and raw materials, stimulating debate over the primary question of the space and the time we inhabit. Informing us of how food crosses, changes, and influences the body, houses, streets, cities, and landscape of the entire world are over 50 works by different artists and architects that, in a presentation that ranges from the dimension of the human body to that of the planet, from the kitchen to the home, from the city to the region and the world, tackle the global political, social, urban, and economic effects on communities and territories.