What's On

The gallery on Via Fontana dedicates an exhibition to the abstract artist whose work explores the relationship between man and machine.
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The Visionary Jan Fabre at the Teatro dell'Arte
“Attends, attends, attends... (pour mon père)” is the impassioned discussion between father and son, brought to life by performer Cédric Charron.
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Three theme projects on Brazil, Asturias and Hungary are at the center of the VII Edition of Mia Photo Fair which has always had its eye on new frontiers.
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Where Does the Genius of Keith Haring Come From?
The exhibition at the Palazzo Reale offers visitors a dialogue between the artist and his numerous sources of inspiration, from classical archeology to the Masters of the Twentieth Century.
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100 masterpieces of the impressionist artist from the collection of Musée d'Orsay speak of daily life, the femminine universe and Manet’s circle of friends.
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The Infection by Pamela Rosenkranz at the Fondazione Prada
The new installation by the artist for “Slight Agitation” astounds visitors with sensorial and spatial experiences.
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New appointment at La Scala with the greats of Opera: on stage, the masterpiece of Giuseppe Verdi. For the occasion, Director Nello Santi returns to the stage.
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Art and History on the Roof of the Duomo
The Veneranda Fabbrica offers a special series of visits to the walkways of the Cathedral’s terraces. A unique occasion to discover the history, anecdotes and curiosities of one of the masterpieces of gothic art in Lombardy.
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The museum halls of the Palazzo Morando host the first Italian exhibition dedicated to the Spanish designer. The exhibition “Manolo Blahnik. The Art of Shoes” displays over 200 models and 80 drawings that trace the 45-year career of the stylist.
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The Multifaceted Art of Renato Mambor at the Refettorio delle Stelline
Paintings, installations and photography by the Roman artist pay tribute to one of the most original personalities of the 1900s and his varied artistic language.
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The Triennale, the Gallerie d'Italia, the Nuova Galleria Morone pay homage to the Milanese artist by hosting the retrospective “Se il Mondo Fosse un Quadro, Saprei Dove Andare…” (“If the World was a Painting, I’d Know Where to Go”).
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The Two Belgians Gruyter & Thys Debut with Elegantia
The artists chose the Palazzo dell’Arte for their exposition in Milan, which takes its inspiration from the very idea of carrying out an exhibition and what this implies.
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Italian and Foreign galleries contend for their works but his identity remains a mystery. At the Studio Lattuada, “Flags&Imaginary Scryscrapers”, the new personal exhibition of “M’Horò”.
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Evening of Stravinskij. La Scala Pays Homage to the Legendary Composer
With Petruška and Le Sacre du Printemps , La Scala celebrates two masterpieces in the history of music and ballet. Exalting the talent of the Russian composer, Maestro Zubin Metha.
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“Confidence” is the photo exhibition of the Venetian artist capable of translating images into feelings.
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The Conceptual Art of Giulio Paolini at the Galleria Christian Stein
Historic point of reference for the International Arte Povera movement, the gallery celebrates 50 years of activity with the exhibition “Fine” dedicated to the artist from Genova.
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The Gallery on Via Tadino hosts the first exhibition of [=]Alliance22, the collective which promotes monochromatic and non-objective art.
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“Milano Centro” at the Arengario
At the Museo del Novecento in Piazza Duomo, the city has a new face in the shots of photographer and video-maker Paola di Bello. Glimpses of the contemporary in one of the key museums in the heart of the city.
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“La Finestra sul Cortile” at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna offers the visitor an original journey through the halls of the Villa which hosts various works by Fattori, Manet and Hayez flanked by contemporary works for this special occasion.
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“Look Afar”, a Journey through the Light
This project conducts the spectator to the discovery of the experience of artist Chiara Dynys in the lands of the North, inviting them to look afar.
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The photo exhibition “Il Duomo Si Racconta” documents the long and laborious genesis of the monument in two acts, but also the delicate workings behind its maintenance, executed by top-flight artisans.
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“Give Me Yesterday” at the Osservatorio Prada
Debut of the Osservatorio, the new space of the Fondazione Prada dedicated to contemporary photography: 14 young artist test their talents on the theme of the photographic diary, a tool for staging daily life.
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A voyage to discover Europe’s 1700s, the settings of the legendary landscapes of Canaletto and his nephew Bernardo Bellotto, bringing the visitor from Venice to Rome, Florence, Milan and on to London, Dresden, Warsaw and even the imaginary places portrayed by the artists.
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The Uncertain Reality and Disorienting Languages of Laura Prouvost
The French artist dedicates an exhibition to her grandfather - “GDM – Grand Dad's Visitor Center”, at HangarBicocca a journey through installations, video and sculpture that involve the spectator.
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At the Palazzo Reale, an exhibition dedicated to the influence of the Flemish painter on Italian artists and the influx of classical art on the canvases of the Maestro from Siegen.
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Basquiat: The Scathing Art of the “Cursed” Artist at the Museo delle Culture
Over one-hundred works help the visitor discover the brief life of the New York painter.
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In the depths of the Milan headquarters of Fendi lies the ”Ingresso nel Labirinto”, mysterious and immovable masterpiece of Arnaldo Pomodoro, who turns 90 this year.
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