Held in contemporary with the exhibition “Monet. Works from Paris’ Musée Marmottan Monet” hosted at Palazzo Reale, Milan’s Aquarium pays tribute to one of Monet’s favourite subjects with the exhibition “The Aquarium and Water Lilies. From Nature to the Art of Monet”.
Every year in October Milan and the region of Lombardy, like the rest of Italy, celebrate the eagerly awaited annual FAI Fall Days (Giornate FAI d’Autunno), offering locals and visitors a unique opportunity to discover hidden treasures across the country.
Milan’s Fondazione Luciana Matalon pays tribute to female gaze in photographic art with the exhibition “Le Donne e la Fotografia”. 90 original photographs by 90 women photographers tell the story of the female point of view in photography.
In the immersive room of Enterprise Hotel, images, voices and music retrace the period from 1956 to 1993 experienced through the biography of the Milanese entrepreneur Silvio Berlusconi, from his beginnings to the threshold of his political career.
This year, thanks to a both a physical and online appointment, Photofestival allows gallery owners, photographers and operators in the world of photography to meet with enthusiasts inside the exhibition spaces.
World Routes, the aviation industry’s most important international event, which brings together airports, airlines and the world’s leading tourism authorities every year, is meeting this year in Milan.
Milan and the Sforza Castle pay tribute to the artistic genius of eighteenth-century Venetian masters like Tiepolo, Canaletto, and many others apart with the exhibition “Tiepolo, Canaletto e i maestri del Settecento veneziano nei disegni e nelle stampe del Castello Sforzesco”.
On the occasion of the exhibition dedicated to the American artist Jeff Koons hosted at Florence’s Palazzo Strozzi, one of the masterpieces by the artist reaches the exhibition spaces of Milan’s Gallerie d’Italia museum.
SMAU, the international fair connected to the world of work and office technologies becomes the protagonist of Fieramilano City and MiCo Lab to introduce innovative solutions and to foster networking and professional updates.
The exhibition “Passo a Due”, set up in the octagonal cloister of the Gallerie d’Italia museum, aims to recount some moments of Roberto Bolle’s career through thirty shots by a great photographer, Giovanni Gastel.
After the great success in Venice, the exhibition dedicated to the French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986) has arrived in Milan: an exhibition of 120 images and archive material traces his career from the beginning of the 20th century to the 1980s.
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.
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.
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.
EMO Milano, one of the leading exhibitions for the world’s metalworking machine tool manufacturing industry, makes its comeback in Milan. Promoted by CECIMO, the European Machine Tool Industry Association, the event offers an important business opportunity for exhibitors from all over the world to display their latest innovations.