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    WILLIAM KENTRIDGE’S WORK IN PROGRESS

    William Kentridge and Philip Miller joined TEVERETERNO in Rome for a special workshop to develop Triumphs and Laments, their ongoing project for our adopted site on the Tiber River, Piazza Tevere. Engaging the local community by working directly with emerging artists and musicians on a series of visual and sound experiments ...

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    PIAZZA TEVERE: A LABORATORY FOR CHANGE

    A rectangle measuring 550m by 100m, the Piazza Tevere is surrounded by 13-meter high travertine walls that separate the site from the surrounding city. Its banks are only slightly higher than the river (and subject to seasonal flooding). On the right bank (to the west), the walkway is paved and includes an asphalt-surface bicycle path ...

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    TIBER RIVER IN THE PAST

    Prior to the construction of the river’s embankment walls in the late 19th century, the Tiber was the major artery for the commerce and transport of Rome. The images on this page chronicle this changing urban landscape over time.

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    PROMOTE THE POTENTIAL OF ROME’S RIVER

    TEVERETERNO is an international organization that cultivates the revival of Rome’s Tiber River. Tandem branches in the United States, where it is a sponsored project of the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization, and in Italy, where it is a legally registered Italian non-profit association (onlus) ...

  • IMG_1051-+

    WILLIAM KENTRIDGE’S WORK IN PROGRESS

    William Kentridge and Philip Miller joined TEVERETERNO in Rome for a special workshop to develop Triumphs and Laments, their ongoing project for our adopted site on the Tiber River, Piazza Tevere. Engaging the local community by working directly with emerging artists and musicians on a series of visual and sound experiments ...

  • 12_2004-Alex-MacLean-Aerial05-web

    PIAZZA TEVERE: A LABORATORY FOR CHANGE

    A rectangle measuring 550m by 100m, the Piazza Tevere is surrounded by 13-meter high travertine walls that separate the site from the surrounding city. Its banks are only slightly higher than the river (and subject to seasonal flooding). On the right bank (to the west), the walkway is paved and includes an asphalt-surface bicycle path ...

  • E_A-monte-di-POnte-Sisto-sino-al-ponte-slideshow

    TIBER RIVER IN THE PAST

    Prior to the construction of the river’s embankment walls in the late 19th century, the Tiber was the major artery for the commerce and transport of Rome. The images on this page chronicle this changing urban landscape over time.

  • donate

    PROMOTE THE POTENTIAL OF ROME’S RIVER

    TEVERETERNO is an international organization that cultivates the revival of Rome’s Tiber River. Tandem branches in the United States, where it is a sponsored project of the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization, and in Italy, where it is a legally registered Italian non-profit association (onlus) ...

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July 14, 2014

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  • Triumphs and Laments

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    A new work by William Kentridge This June 2014, William Kentridge and Philip Miller joined TEVERETERNO in Rome for a special workshop to develop Triumphs and Laments, their ongoing project for our adopted site on the Tiber River, the Piazza Tevere. Engaging the local community by working directly with emerging artists and musicians on a

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