What's On

The artist is the star of two performances during which he will present the Venus di Milo and the Monna Lisa , jewels of the Louvre, to the public.
Read more
Mario Nigro. Le Strutture dell’Esistenza
The gallery celebrates the One-hundredth anniversary of the multifaceted conceptual artist.
Read more
The gallery on Corso Como hosts the winning photos of the 2016 edition of the prestigious prize for photo-journalism.
Read more
Elia Festa, Between Photography and Pure Images
On display, forty years of photos from the photographer from Milan: portraits of famous and less-famous figures, snapshots of daily life, publicity campaigns for big brands, surprising art photos.
Read more
The contemporary sub-conscious is on display in the works of Rosa Barba. The confines of art break down and the language of film reveals itself as the new frontier of sculpture. Creating intense and allusive tales, where even time is no longer the same.
Read more
Maurizio Nannucci: Neon Dilemmas
Space, lights and words are at the centre of the art of Maurizio Nannucci, an important figure in Italy’s contemporary art scene. Graphics and investigations into semiotics mix with an overall sense of play.
Read more
The great German photographer debuts at the Fondazione Stelline with his first anthological exhibition. Dream-like atmospheres and the sensibilities of a painter are at the centre of the photos that obliterate the confines between art and nature.
Read more
David McEnery and Smile Pet Therapy
From the brilliant photographer of “Life”, a parade of photos full of humour. The protagonists, our four-legged friends, portrayed in historical gags and scenes at the limits of paradox.
Read more
The magic of Händel dances: chamber music and ballet meet in a new performance.
Read more
The Painted “Canto” by Charlotte Salomon at the Palazzo Reale
For the first time in Italy, the works of the Jewish artist who died in Auschwitz, gathered under the title “Charlotte Salomon. Vita? O Teatro?”
Read more
The artist re-elaborates TV productions of the 1970s in an itinerary that associates archival materials from the Italian public television station with paintings, sculptures and installations.
Read more
“Larry Fink: Beats e Celebrities” at the Armani/Silos
One-hundred cult-photography photos. Two memorable series created 45 years apart and never exhibited together before: Wide-ranging themes and subjects, ready to reveal unexpected connections.
Read more
The unrepentant libretto of Mozart returns, with the sharp and engaging direction of Robert Carsen from the 2011-2012 Season, that, with scrims, mirrors and ingenious twists, opens the current season.
Read more
A Double-Space for New York as Dreamt by Artists
The America of Fortunato Depero and Lucio Fontana, of Giacomo Balla and Ugo Mulas: at the Museo del ‘900 and at the Gallerie d’Italia, the Exhibition shows the link with the Atlantic’s other shore.
Read more
Over 60 artists at the Triennale look at the conflicts, the tensions, the changes born from war and catastrophe, to explore the odyssey of immigrants.
Read more
Istanti di Luoghi, 50 Shots by Ferdinando Scianna
Italy’s first photographer to be a member of the prestigious Magnum Agency, on display at the Forma Meravigli.
Read more
After its success at the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome, “Love” stops in Milan. A gathering of contemporary works on the theme of love according to Yayoi Kusama, Andy Warhol, Marc Quinn and others.
Read more
The Sense of the Sacred at the Palazzo Reale
The exhibition “Santi d’Italia” is a suggestive immersion in the Sacred, dedicated to Italian devotional painting guided by some of the greatest figures of art.
Read more
The exhibition at FM - Frigoriferi Milanesi goes straight to the heart of the African myth: contemporary and traditional art break down the stereotypes that have defined the view of the Continent.
Read more
The Fourth Dialogue Regarding Lotto
The portraits of the Venetian artist are put into dialogue along with the other masterpieces at the Pinacoteca of Brera.
Read more
“Giro giro Tondo. Design for Children” is a child’s idea of an exhibition of art and design.
Read more
Adrian Paci at the Sant’Eustorgio Complex
The contemporary invades the ancient spaces of Sant’Eustorgio with the intense vision of the Albanian artist.
Read more
Five design objects, already out of production, “interpreted” by five young photographers in an exhibition of the Fondazione Studio Museo Vico Magistretti.
Read more
At the PAC, the Paradoxes of Santiago Sierra
The first Italian anthological exhibition dedicated to the artist that made his scathing critiques of capitalism a signature element of his work.
Read more
The GAM reveals its true treasures to visitors with “Sottosopra. Cent’Anni di Scultura dai Depositi”.
Read more
Crossover/s Brings Miroslaw Balka to the Hangar Bicocca
The first retrospective in Italy dedicated to the Polish artist focuses on the nature of man and individual and collective memory.
Read more
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.
Read more
“Manet and Modern Paris” at Palazzo Reale
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.
Read more