About the XXII Triennale
The Triennale International Exhibition – now on its 22nd edition – returns in Milan for a widespread themed exhibition curated by Paola Antonelli and featuring important international participations. ‘Broken Nature’ is the evocative title of the exhibition which is based on the concept of restorative design and on the new ways to re-imagine the relationship between people and the environment, as well as between self and other human beings.
A selection of the best design solutions from the last 20 years is also part of the project highlighting the evolution between the various members of society as well as the new ways people approach the reality they live in.
Participating institutions and countries
Artists and creations representing Sri Lanka, Cameroon, Senegal and Australia are on their first participation to the Triennale International Exhibition. Moreover, Victoria and Albert Museum (UK), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Germany), Het Nieuwe Instituut (the Netherlands), University of Ljubljana / Academy of Fine Arts and Design (Slovenia), Aalto University, Department of Design (Finland), Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague (Czech Republic), College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, Tsinghua University (China), MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art (Austria) are among the participating study centres, schools and universities.