Milano Scultura returns again this year, the art fair that brings together avant-garde and tradition, offering collectors and enthusiasts a 360° look at this beloved medium. Large and small sculptures, created in every style and with all sorts of materials, will find their place in the archeological industrial spaces of the Fabbrica del Vapore in Milan’s Chinatown where, between the 1800s and 1900s, they produced locomotives, trams and tracks. Directed by Ilaria Centola and curated by Valerio Dehò, Milano Scultura brings together the offerings of an art fair with the typical experience of a curated exhibition. The 1200 square metres of the Ex Cisterne won’t only host galleries and artists, but also talks and presentations, initiatives conceived for emerging talent and focuses on the increasingly tight relations between art, media and technology. The environs of the ground floor will be dedicated to special projects and proposals from museums and foundations while, on the second floor, we can see offerings from galleries and cultural associations. And finally, art will move outside the walls of the Fabbrica to invade the vast spaces of the portico and garden area with huge sculptures as well.