As Milan Design Week 2019 approaches, we will be on a journey to show you all the best this wonderful city has to offer. Some things you must experience for yourself and that is the case with the sensational art galleries on this article. As you know, Milan is the capital of fashion and design, gathering models, photographers, designers and artists – also, it is the ideal location if you’re inspired by art as much as we do. Keep scrolling to know our picks!
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Galleries, museums and exhibitions highlight issues of great social importance. Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, founded in 1979, is a space fully dedicated to contemporary art. The goal, back in the day, was to generate all sorts of discussion on art and contemporary projects, casting a glance towards the future. Nowadays, the mission goes on.
Museo del Novecento
Museo del Novecento is dedicated to the 20th Century and how it inspired us as years passed by. It’s a place of tremendous value in what comes to cultural and artistic heritage. There are a lot of exhibitions happening throughout the year and certainly you’ll find a lot of things that will make you fall in love instantly. You know art is the journey of a free soul.
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For the last two decades, Fondazione Prada’s activities have analyzed intentions and relevance through an evolution of projects. Here you’ll see how mankind transformed ideas into specific disciplines – literature, cinema, music, philosophy, art and science. All in all, the Fondazione offers new opportunities to enlarge and enrich our processes of learning.
Ⓒ Abbonamento Musei
Hangar Bicocca is where you’ll find amazing art installations, cutting-edge exhibitions and inspiring workshops. If you’re planning to go out of the city center, Hangar Bicocca might be the perfect choice since it is like a contemplation place for the art enthusiasts. Design is in constant mutation and Hangar Bicocca is a dynamic proof of that.
Ⓒ Hangar Bicocca
Here’s a good example of ideological renovation. MUDEC was an old factory that got transformed into a complex of studios, workshops and other creative spaces. Industrial archaeology gives way to the world of imagination and now you get to see it with your own eyes. Because change always brings good things.
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