An urban exploration of Rome. See the city as you've never seen her before.

Fabio Barilari

Fabio Barilari is professor at Arcadia University, he also taught at the University of Rome La Sapienza and at the Rome campus of the California Polytechnic, Cornell University, Iowa State University.
Over the years he has taught architecture and urban design, drawing and history of art and architecture of Rome.

As an illustrator, he collaborated with comics magazines such as “ANIMAls” and music magazines such as “Follow That Dream”. Since 2013 he has been collaborating with the Goethe-Institut on a project illustrating the main German cities. In the same year he presented the project “Il Senso delle Cose” in a personal exhibition at Chiostro del Bramante Museum in Rome.

The research developed in these different fields of work, was presented for the first time in 2011, on the magazine ABITARE, directed by Stefano Boeri. His work was exhibited in numerous personal exhibitions in Italy, Germany, France, Spain, USA, China, Vietnam, Ukraine and Korea. He is currently among the artists exhibited in the collective exhibition “Saatchi Screen”, at the Saatchi Gallery in London.

Fabio Barilari brings his multifaceted skills and experience to the onsite visits and tours that he organizes. He contributes his unique take and view which reveals history, meaning, personality and background stories of every location visited.

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