MARIA MULAS Milano, Ritratti di Fine ‘900

Fernanda Pivano with Toni Morrison (1983). Ph. ©Maria Mulas


19 Nov, 2022 - 8 Jan, 2023


10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Palazzo Reale

About the exhibition

The rooms of the Appartamento dei Principi in the Palazzo Reale hosts an exhibition dedicated to the shots of Maria Mulas. About one hundred images, selected from the great archive of the Italian photographer and painter to document her close relationship with Milan and its protagonists in the thirty years that ended the 20th century.
Artists, gallery owners, critics, designers, architects, writers, publishers, journalists, stylists, directors, actors, intellectuals, entrepreneurs and friends are portrayed in the Milan that is emerging as the capital of design, fashion and publishing.
The Seventies, Eighties and Nineties are for the artist a whirlwind of encounters, Venetian and Kassel Biennales, exhibitions and exhibition openings, literary presentations, parties and reportages around the world. But the privileged place of observation is always Milan which, like a magnet, welcomes and integrates the various regional and foreign backgrounds, and is in those years an extraordinary workshop of creativity and modernity that then sends its echoes throughout Italy and the world. By making the city its epicentre, Maria Mulas has extraordinarily shown the face of the Milanese, Italian and international artistic and cultural world, but the portrait that dominates over all is that of Milan, the true protagonist of an unrepeatable season.

Tickets and Information

The exhibition is hosted at Palazzo Reale Milano.

Free entrance.