Palazzo Morando hosts the latest exhibition of Italian photographer Patrizia Mussa, Le Temple du Soleil, capturing the essence of the “Ville Nouvelle”, visionary landscape designed by chief architect and town planner Jean Balladur between the 1960s and 1970s, built from scratch on what was then a deserted expanse of sandy dunes and lagoons on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea near Montpellier.
The event running until 1 September sees the collaboration of the Municipality of Milan – Culture and La Grande Motte. The exhibition showcases the evolution of the most unusual yet outstanding coastal resort and port along the French littoral zone, listed by the French Government as a twentieth-century heritage site in 2010.
Opening times 6 June – 1 September. Tuesday-Sunday 9am-1pm / 2pm-5.30pm.
For info and ticket reservations T.: +39 (0)2 884 657 35, +39 (0)2 884 460 56
via Sant’Andrea 6
M3 Montenapoleone, M1 San Babila
Tram 1, 2