21 Lug, 2021 – 24 Ott, 2021 @ 10:00 am – 7:30 pm –
Until 24 October 2021
After the success of the display at Musée du Louvre in Paris, the exhibition “Il Corpo e l’Anima, da Donatello a Michelangelo. Scultura italiana del Rinascimento” becomes the protagonist of the spaces of Milan’s Sforza Castle.
Beautiful artistic glass creations become the protagonists of the spaces of Triennale di Milano for the exhibition “Vitrea. Vetro italiano contemporaneo d’autore”, featuring a selection of glass creations created by some of the greatest Italian master glassmakers.
The Giancarlo De Carlo Garden, inside Milan’s Triennale, becomes the ideal backdrop to the new Triennale Estate, Collecting Stories programme: a project aimed at the whole city to get back to living culture together.
An extraordinary story in pictures by Paolo Di Paolo accompanied by texts by Pier Paolo Pasolini, “La lunga strada di sabbia”. “MILANO (fotografie 1956-1962)” is the second exhibition, and presents a selection of Di Paolo’s images dedicated to the city of Milan.
La Scala brings the beauty of music and dance to neighbourhoods.Until 14 July, La Scala opens its doors to the city with 18 performances in a variety of venues, culminating in the Piermarini Theatre on 14 July.
On the occasion of 17th edition of the European Museums Night (Notte Europea dei Musei), museums and cultural sites can be visited during the evening hours at the symbolic cost of 1 euro or, in some other cases, free of charge.
The adventure of robotics is a fascinating story, that the Mudec broaches in an exhibition that places the human being at the centre of this itinerary and his relationship with the robot between past, present and future.
Milan’s Fabbrica del Vapore serves as the ideal backdrop to the second edition of “Vapore d’Estate”, the summer festival powered by Milan’s Municipality featuring a vast array of live performances spanning from music, to dance, theatre, cinema and visual arts.
The ninth edition of “Estate Sforzesca”, the festival “of and for” Milan, kicks off on Friday 11 June. Every night there is a live show: from world music to classical music, from cabaret to jazz, there are more than 80 events.
Hosted in the spaces of Milan’s Triennale, the display “Carlo Aymonino. Fedeltà al tradimento” (the Italian for Loyalty to Betrayal)highlights the important role played by architect Carlo Aymonino in the second half of the 20th century.
On the occasion of the celebrations in Italy dedicated to the 700th anniversary of the death of the great poet Dante Alighieri, the Duomo of Milan will host an evocative theatrical (and integral) reading of the “Divine Comedy”.
Maurizio Cattelan, one of the most-widely known Italian artists, makes its comeback in Milan with the exhibition “Maurizio Cattelan. Breath Ghosts Blind” hosted in the spaces of Pirelli HangarBicocca’s Navate and curated by Roberta Tenconi and Vicente Todolí.
The artistic vision of the French artist Neïl Beloufa takes centre stage in the spaces of the Shed, inside Milan’s Pirelli HangarBicocca. His research focuses on contemporary society and on the way it is represented and mediated by digital interaction.
With the exhibition “Le Signore dell’Arte. Storie di donne tra ‘500 e ‘600”, Milan’s Palazzo Reale brings the public’s attention to the artistic production of 34 women artists who lived between 1500 and 1600 and who stood out for their impressive modernity.