The art of space-time
When it comes to sparking the public's interest in science, no individual, living or dead, can rival Albert Einstein. His name and face, if not his ideas, are known the world over, and headline writers cite him eagerly to pull in readers. So perhaps it is no surprise that the Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo (MAXXI; National Museum of 21st Century Arts) in Rome has chosen the famous physicist as the figurehead of its latest exhibition, entitled Gravity. Imaging the Universe After Einstein.