October 2017


Palazzo Reale

Piazza Duomo 12 • M1, M3 Duomo

Open Mon 14.30-19.30; Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun 9.30-19.30; Thurs and Sat 9.30-22.30.

Tickets: €10/12 + €1.50 fee for online reservations. The ticket office closes one hour before exhibition closing time. For reservations visit www.vivaticket.it

• Until 28 January. “Dentro Caravaggio”a show about the extraordinary artistic production of Caravaggio, told from a new perspective through two key readings: diagnostic investigations and new documentary research that led to a review of the chronology of his early works, thanks to both the new dates emerged from the Documents, and the results of scientific analyses. A unique exhibition not only because the public can view works from major Italian museums and equally important foreign museums, but because for the first time Caravaggio’s canvases will be flanked by their respective radiographic images that will allow the audience to follow and discover, through i0nnovative use of multimedia equipment, the artist’s journey from his initial thought to the final achievement of the work.


Esposizione Permanente

Via Turati 34 M3 Turati

Open every day 09.30-19.30. €13.00

  • From 4 October until 28 January. A selection of 165 polychrome xylographs, artistic prints on paper, imprinted with wood matrices by the Japanese Utagawa Kuniyoshi, reproducing strange worlds, visionary landscapes, beautiful women, but also kabuki actors, cats, carps and mythical and fantastic animals, as well as legendary heroes, samurai and brigands, that had so much influence on the manga culture, anime (Japanese and non-animated animation films), tattoos, and contemporary pop culture.
  • From 14 October until 28 January. “Chagall. Sogno di una notte d’estate” Not the classic “immersive exhibition,” but a new form of knowing and living art, through a clever mix of entertainment, theater, music, technology and art that can overwhelm and thrill the spectator. The soundtrack has been specially composed by Luca Longobardi.



Viale Alemagna 6 • M1/2 Cadorna

Open Tues-Sun 10.30-20.30, Thurs until 23.00, Mon closed.

This venue is itself an interesting piece of architecture, designed by Giovanni Muzio and built in 1931-33 specifically for exhibitions. The Torre Branca nearby offers the chance to see Milan from about 100 metres up, at certain times of day and evening.

  • From 3 to 18 October. “Papi in subjective. The Pope, the cinema, the imaginary,” a photo exhibition a with a collection of over 100 panels and more than 300 shots, frames, first pages and documents, often unpublished, patronized by the Secretariat for Communications of the Holy See, the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism, the National Bureau of Social Communications, the Diocese of Milan, the Experimental Center of cinematography, the Triennale. with the contribution of the Lombardy Region.
  • From 3 to 8 October. “L´arte del vetro boemo.” On show: the art of bohemian glass, the result of over 700 years of experience, traditional craftsmanship, constant innovation, and new trends. Producers, designers and artists presented at the exhibition: Bořek Šípek, Ajeto Czech Glass Craft, Astera Glass, Crystalite Bohemia – Kvetna 1794, Jitka Skuhrava Glass, Studio Lhotsky, Merry Crystals, Nano4, Tablo.
  • Until 8 October. “Intrecci del Novecento” more than 100 unique textile art works, including tapestries and carpets, by Italian artists and manufacturers, will be exhibited together for the first time. An event which seeks to trace the history, the protagonists and the fascinating aspects of textile art of the twentieth century. The exhibition and publication was conceived and organised by the Research Centre of Moshe Tabibnia.
  • Until 26 November. “The Ballad of Sexual Dependency” by the U.S. photographer Nan Goldin, an autobiographical and universal visual diary about the fragility of human beings, such as sex, transgression, drug, friendship, loneliness. A work in progress started in the early 1980s, recognized among the masterpieces of photography history.
  • Until 26 November. “Il Bel Paese. Un progetto per 22.621 centri storici” a tribute to the work of Leonardo Benevolo, the main inventor of this historic city project, the most important Italian contribution to international research in the field of architecture and urban planning, a theoretical and operational model that has spread throughout the world.


GAM Galleria Arte Moderna

Via Palestro 16 • M1 Palestro

Open Tues-Sun 9.00-17.30.  €3/5

  • Permanent exhibitions. Inside the rooms of this beautiful royal villa is a large selection of art works by Giovanni Fattori, Silvestro Lega, Giovanni Boldini, Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, Francesco Hayez, Pompeo Marchesi, Andrea Appiani, Tranquillo Cremona, Giovanni Segantini, Federico Faruffini, Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo, Antonio Canova, Daniele Ranzoni, Medardo Rosso, Gaetano Previati. Worth a visit!


Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci

Via San Vittore 21 • M2 Sant’Ambrogio, buses 50, 58, 94

Open Tues-Fri 10-18, Sat and Sun 10-19. Admission €3/8

Throughout 2017, the museum is calling into action all those willing to share impressions with their “friends”, and post photos or video on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, connecting via the hashtag #Museoscienza, to socialize and propagate culture in an innovative way.

  • Every Saturday to Sunday. With a ticket for the museum, visitors can participate in guided tours, in Italian with a translation on request, of the Galleria Leonardo and also of the collections of trains, ships and planes in the Transport section. There are currently three unique automobiles on display: Bianchi 8HP, Alfa Romeo Zagato 8C and Bisiluro DaMolNar, symbols of the tradition that has made the Italian car into a world famous icon.
  • Permanent exhibition. “Extreme”, in partnership with CERN European Organization for Nuclear Research and INFN National Institute of Nuclear Physics, is a fascinating research area, to explore matter in its most infinitesimal components. The exhibition reveals what goes on inside the laboratories of two of the largest research institutions that carry out experiments related to particle physics.
  • New permanent exhibition. “The Merz-Repsold telescope”, see first page article.
  • Inside the Aero-Naval Pavillion. “Luna Rossa,” the rigid wing catamaran AC72 which was a finalist in the selection regattas for the 34th America’s Cup challenge (San Francisco 2013).
  • Until 22 October. “Resonances II” promoted by the Joint Research Centre (JRC), the European Commission’s science and knowledge service, which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy. The exhibition is part of the 60th anniversary celebration program for the Treaty of Rome, signed on 25 March 1957, to establish the European Economic Community (TEEC). The exhibited works were made by artists and scientists, from 10 different European countries, who worked together on the concept of “Fairness”, one of the European Commission most important issues. The questions from which many philosophers, poets and politicians are posing is: “how can we build a fair world?” About these and other questions some answers are coming by Frederik de Wilde, Evelina Domnitch & Dmitry Gelfand, AnneMarie Maes, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, Lorenzo Montanini, Honey & Bunny (Martin Haeblesreiter and Sonja Stummerer), Markus Zohner, Alan Alpenfelt, Fabio Cian, Davy Vanham & Luc Feyen, Anaïs Tondeur, Mario Costanzi, Matteo Pizzolante, Kim De Ruysscher, who through their works involve visitors to think over.


Gallerie d’Italia

Piazza della Scala 6 • M1 Duomo

Open Tues-Sun 9.30-19.30; Thurs until 22.30; closed Mon. €3/5/10.

Payments through POS contactless “Paygo” or the new smart phone “JiffyPay”.

Young staff wearing the badge ChiediMI are available to offer a free tour around each room to illustrate the museum space. In addition you can find free audio guides in nine different languages.

  • Permanent exhibitions. The sumptuous palace belonging to the Intesa Sanpaolo bank, holds a large number of art works ranging from 19th (197 from Canova to Boccioni) to 20th century (189 from the Second World War on). Worth a visit!


Castello Sforzesco

Piazza Cairoli • M1 Cairoli

Permanent exhibition. Civico Archivio Fotografico Bertarelli. One of the most important Italian institutions dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of photographic heritage; it preserves 850,000 original photographs dating from 1840 to the present day. Now there is a new, constantly updated website www.fotografieincomune.it, which allows you to search through 25,000 photos from the collection.


Museo di Storia Naturale

Corso Venezia 55 • M1 Palestro, tram 9, 29, 30 Passante Porta Venezia

Open Tues-Sun, 09.00-17.30, Mon closed. €3/5

  • Permanent exhibition. This museum, the biggest in Italy, has 23 halls with about 700 showcases. Among the many attractions, pay a visit to the gallery of 83 dioramas, 6 of which are brand new, depicting the fauna and flora, and created precisely for the protection of the exhibited species, some of which are already threatened with extinction. These showcases have animals, trees, herbaceous plants, flowers and fruits faithfully reproducing in detail the habitats of many of Earth’s environments.


Museo di Milano, costume, fashion, image

Via Sant’Andrea 6 • M1 San Babila

Open Tues-Sun 9-13, 14-17.30, Mon closed.

Info: tel. 02 8844 6056/7. Some parts are free, or admission €3/5.

Permanent exhibition. This Museum, in the heart of the top fashion district, is in an 18th century building, Palazzo Morando Attendolo Bolognini. Its art collections present the history of Milan in the 18th and 19th centuries, with paintings, documents, prints etc. The period furnishings and the cosy “Golden Parlour” contribute to the overall atmosphere.


Museo di Leonardo

Le Sale del Re, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, corner

Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo

Open every day, 10.00-23.00. €11/12

Guided tours in Italian and English every Saturday and Sunday from 10.30 to 11.30

  • Permanent exhibition. The most important interactive and multidisciplinary exhibition dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci, engineer and artist who left 120 volumes which include 5 thousand pages of drawings, most of which are still to be interpreted. The exhibition presents discoveries, world premieres and interactive experiences, describing his writings, projects and studies for machines and the methodology used for two of his most important creations, which were created in Milan: The Last Supper and “Leonardo’s Horse” dedicated to Francesco Sforza.



Museo del Novecento

Via Marconi 1 • M1, M3 Duomo

Open Mon. 14.30-19.30, Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun 9.30-19.30, Thurs, Sat 9.30-22.30 €3/5

  • Permanent exhibitions. This museum, opened inside the pre-Fascist era Palazzo dell’Arengario, designed by the famous architects Griffini, Magistretti, Muzio and Portaluppi, presents a collection of more than 4,000 contemporary artworks.

• Until 25 February. “Time after Time, Space after Space”a bimonthly calendar of events by Alexandra Bachzetsis, Simone Forti, Adelita Husni-Bey, Christian Marclay, and Paulina Olowska, showingfive solo projects featuring artists of different generations and backgrounds. http://www.museodelnovecento.org/it/


Hangar Bicocca

Via Chiese 2 • M5 Istria

Open Tues-Sun 11.30-19.00, Thurs until 22.30, Mon closed. Admission €4/6

• Permanent exhibition.“I Sette Palazzi Celesti” asite-specific installation by Anselm Kiefer with five large paintings and seven “towers” forming a single art work.

  • Until 25 February. “Ambienti/Environments” on show ten environments created by Lucio Fontana between 1949 and 1968 for Italian and international institutions and museums; works of crucial importance highlighting the innovative and precursor force of this great 20th-century master. The spaces, rooms and corridors conceived and0 designed since the late 1940s and almost always destroyed at the end of the exhibition are the most experimental and lesser-known works of Fontana, just because of their ephemeral nature. For this reason, some of those exhibited have been rebuilt for the first time since the artist’s demise.


Armani Silos

Via Bergognone 40 • M2 Porta Genova, tram 14

Open Wed, Sun 11.00-19.00. €8/12.

Individual guided tours in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese and Russian, €160.

This 4,500 square-metre space spread over four floors houses a unique selection of the fashion designer’s creations from 1980 until today. The selection does not follow a chronological order but is divided into themes that have inspired and continue to inspire Giorgio Armani’s creative work.

• Until February. “Emotions of the Athletic Body,” a photo exhibition to celebrate sport and athletes who always face new challenges and inspire emotion.


Galleria Carla Sozzani

Corso Como 10 • M2 Moscova

Open 10.30-19.30, Wed-Thurs until 21.

  • Until 11 October. “In Between” and “Untouched” by Guy Bourdin two exhibitions by Guy Bourdin, a selection of photographs from the 1950s and 1960s
  • Until 12 November. “SHE” photographs by the Dutch Viviane Sassen. who for more than twenty years he has been exploring different fields in fashion, portrait, visual arts, often marked by long shadows, silhouettes and contrasts. Between reality and fiction, to suggest strange, impenetrable dimensions arising from everyday life.


Wow Spazio Fumetto

Viale Campania 12 • Passante Ferroviario Porta Vittoria, tram 27, buses 73, 90, 91, 93

Open Tues-Fri 15.00-19.00, Sat and Sun 15.00-20.00.  € 3/5

  • Until 1 October. “Ottanta Nostalgia.” The mythical Eighties, decade that influenced the generation of today’s mums and dads000, and is now experiencing an authentic rediscovery by new generations. Games, newspapers, records, movie posters, models, comics, box games, memorabilia, videogames and more.


Studio d’Arte Cannaviello

Piazzetta Bossi • M1 Duomo

Open Tues.-Sat. 11.00-19.00 or by apointment

  • Until 7 November. Solo site specific show by Umberto Chiodi with various types of drawings, graphite, pastel, china, watercolor and tempera on paper and cotton, of small and large format (from 50×35 cm to 150×100 cm), produced between 2016 and 2017.


Galleria Fumagalli

Via Bonaventura Cavalieri 6 • M3 Turati

  • Until 20 December. “Dystopia” solo show by the French couple Anne and Patrick Poirier which includes plastics, sculptures, installations, photographs, paperwork, paintings and other visual fragments that speak about the fragility of life. The exhibition will be accompanied by a monograph that documents the fifty years of artistic practice of the couple, published by Éditions Flammarion with the support of Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Galerie Mitterand and Galleria Fumagalli.


PAC Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea

Via Palestro 14 • M1 Palestro

Open Tues-Sun 9.30-19.00, Mon 14.30-19.30 Thurs 9.30-22.30. Tickets: €4/6

  • Until 11 September. “Io, Luca Vitone”, the first great anthology dedicated to the artist’s intense and varied production by a curious and tireless traveler, with a spirit anarchist and nomadic. Luca Vitone work explores the ways in which places build their identity through culture, art, music, architecture, politics, and ethnic minorities.


Carré d’artistes

Via Cuneo 5 • M1 Wagner

Open Mon-Sat, 14.00-19.00. Admission free

  • Non-stop sales. This gallery selects artists and keeps their works for sale on a continuous basis. Serge Rat is the new entry.


Studio Museo Francesco Messina

Via San Sisto 4/a • M1/3 Duomo

Open Tues. Sun. 10.00-18.00. Admission free

  • Until 1 October. “80mq di silenzio.” Domenico Fazzari has installed a scenic painting of 80 square meters portraying the apse of the Church of San Salvatore, in Africo, at Aspromonte inside the former church of San Sisto whose apse was destroyed in the bombing of World War II. It is the only significant architectural structure to survive after the flood of 1951, and has since been abandoned. The enormous scenery triggers a dialogue between the two places, structurally similar and united with a history of destruction, inviting to seek their past identity and memory, making them live again one inside the other.


Officine Saffi

Via Aurelio Saffi 7 M1Conciliazione/Cadorna

Open Mon-Fri 10.00-18.30; Sat 11.00–18.00

  • Until 26 October. “Shibui”, under the patronage of the Consulate General of Japan, is a show by two Japanese artists: Keiji Ito (Tokio, 1935) and Kazuhito Nagasawa (Osaka, 1968), who modernize the traditional ceramic medium, realizing sculptures and wall-mounted arts of discreet fascination.

The title of the exhibition – Shibui – refers to a particular Japanese aesthetic principle combining the contrasting characteristics of roughness and refinement. The term shibui was used from the Muromachi period (1336-1573) to describe the astringent taste of acerbic persimmon. Later, the same term was associated with a particular aesthetic canon used to refer to anything beautiful to be underestimated and devoid of particular elaborations. The charm of a shibu object is precisely in this its being a retained force, a hidden beauty, to discover little by little, on which to dwell for a long time, even if only a moment to intuit it.


Parco della Reggia di Monza

Viale Mirabello, Cascina Casalta

€4/10, booking at info@paleoappi.it – Mob. 348 0580470.

  • Until 5 November. “I Dinosauri in carne e ossa” (namely “Dinosaurs in flesh and bone”), is the exhibition where science and art bring to life the rulers of a lost world.


Fondazione Luciana Matalon

Foro Buonaparte 67 • M1 Cairoli

Open Wed-Sat 10-19, Mon-Tues closed. Admission free.

  • From 6 October to 10 December. Wildlife Photographer the well known prestigious naturalistic photography contest since 1964, this year will celebrate the 52nd anniversary with a special edition. On show are 100 award-winning photos from the London Natural History Museum, selected from 50,000 shots made by professionals and amateurs from 96 countries, divided into 16 categories. There are 8 Italian prizes among winners and finalists. This year the winner is “While the forest still stands” by Tim Laman, USA.


3001Lab Rosso Segnale

Via Sacchini 18 M1 Loreto

Open by appointment at 0229527453. Admission free

  • Until 7 December. “Frame” for the first time in Italy, after the special event for the centenary celebrations of the Grao Vaco Museum in Viseu, Luis Troufa, a surrealist, symbolist Portuguese artist is on show with the support and patronage of the Embassy of Portugal in Italy and of the Portuguese Institute of Culture and Language “Camoes”.


Deodato Arte

Via Santa Marta 6 • M1 Cordusio         

Open Tues.-Sat 10.30-14.00/15.00-19.00. Admission free.

  • Until 4 November. “Joan Miró. Capolavori grafici” an accurate selection of engravings and lithographs, often intended for volumes and magazines published in limited edition, belonging to the rich heritage of graphic creations by the great Catalan artist throughout his life.


VS Arte

Via Appiani 1 • M3 Turati

Open Mon- Sat 15.30–19.30, Sat.

  • Until 4 November. “Lost and Found” by Angelo Accardi presents a significant selection of unpublished large, medium and small sized canvases, in the constant dualism between real and unreal, appearance and meaning, rich in symbols and hidden visions, displayed next to sculptures and installations.


Spazio Ventura 15

Via Ventura 15 M2 Lambrate

  • Until 4 March. “NASA. A Human Adventure” 2500 square feet, with rockets, Shuttle, Space Rover, antigravity simulators … an educational and exciting, scientific and immersive journey, ranging from the first space launches to the present day and featuring about 300 original artefacts from US and US space programs, most of them borrowed from Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center and Space & Rocket Center, many of which have been in space. Visitors will be able to admire the magnificent spaceships built by NASA and discover the stories of the people on board or who have designed and built them. Not to be missed the iconic Space Shuttle, the first reusable navy, with a section that will allow to see the flying bridge, where the astronauts are when they are in orbit, and the middle deck where they eat, sleep and work on experiments.


Gli Eroici Furori Arte Contemporanea

Via Melzo 30 • M1 Porta Venezia          

Open Tues.-Fri 15.30-19.30. Sat. 15.00-18.00 by appointment. Admission free.

  • From 11 to 25 October. “Meditazione per Gea” by Tiziana Priori is a show dedicated to Mother Earth inspired by the book “Love Letter to Mother Earth” by Monk Thich Nhat Hanh. The artist with a series of pictorial works emphasizes how climate change poses a risk to ecosystems and invites us to change our habits.


A Arte Invernizzi

Via Domenico Scarlatti 12 • M1 Lima, M2 Caiazzo, M3 Stazione Centrale

Open Mon-Fri 10-13, 15-19. Admisson free

  • Until 9 November. Solo show by Lesley Foxcroft, with industrial rubber work, such as “Folds” and “Knotted”, a relatively new material for the English artist, who has always worked with simple and basic raw materials from everyday use – such as paper, cardboard and MDF.


MAAB Gallery . Michael Biasi

Via Nerino 3 M1Duomo or Cordusio

Open Mon Fri 10.30-18 Sat by appointment

  • Until 3 November. “Periscope” a series of 22 collages by Nanni Balestrini, made in Paris in August 2016, using as his production material some pages of the Pariscope magazine, born in 1965 and published until August 2016.


MUBA Museo dei Bambini

Rotonda della Besana, Via Enrico Besana 12 • trams 29, 30 bus 84

Open Tues – Fri 09.30-18.00, Sat-Sun and holidays 10.00-18.00. €6/8, family 25.

  • Until 7 January. “Colore. Giocare con la luce” (namely Colours. Playing with light) is a show-game designed for children aged 2-6, which explains to them the fascinating world of colours and the harmonic rules of light. An active and sensory route, divided into four different installations, with the support of Giotto, a historical brand and synonym for “color made to accompany the youngest”, and some professionals in the photography art world.


Università Cattolica

Via Nirone 15, Aula 110 • M2 Sant’Ambrogio

Open Mon.-Fri. 09.00-18.00. Admission free.

  • Until 6 October. For the first time in Milan, the costumes that the artist Giorgio de Chirico conceived for the work The Puritans by Vincenzo Bellini, set up on May 25, 1933, during the first edition of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.


Loom Gallery

Via Marsala 7 • M2 Moscova     

Open Tues.-Sat. 12.00-19.00. Admission free.

  • Until 12 November. “Under Pressure” solo show by the Belgian sculptor Paul Gees, who works with stone, iron and wood, combining hundreds of variants referring to poor art, minimal art, and land art, that seem to create harmony and find balance solutions.


Galleria San Fedele

Via Ulrico Hoepli 3 a-b • M1 Duomo/San Babila

  • From 11 October to 18 November. “Hospitalia” an investigation, with over 500 photos, which documents the architectures of ancient European hospitals, emphasizing the solidarity that have for centuries been the basis of the hospitality of sick and poor in Europe. On show buildings and antique archives to discover the stories of communities that have built and managed such important monuments.


Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro

Via Vigevano 9 • M2 Stazione Porta Genova

Open Wed-Fri 16-19

  • Until 27 October. “Project Rooms 2017”, a two artists exhibition by Alis/Filliol, alias Davide Gennarino and Andrea Respino, with a large unpublished work, created specifically for the Foundation’s space, where sculpture has been chosen as sphere of reference and field of experimentation, revisiting sculptural techniques in unexpected and paradoxical ways, re-reading its traditional genres in the light of contemporary imagery.


Forma Meravigli

Via Maravigli 5 M1 Cordusio

Open Thurs. Sun. 11.00-20.00, Mon. Tues. Closed €6/8

  • Until 8 October. “Other stories, other voices.” Photographs by Valerio Bispuri and Mattia Zoppellaro, two different stories coming from distant worlds, such as Ireland about the Irish nomadic communities and South America about the new devastating drug called “paco”.
  • From 21 October to 28 January. “Kuwait. A Desert on Fire” photos by Sebastião Salgado taken on 1991, when the crisis in the Middle East and the Gulf War were at the center of the world debate, and Iraqi soldiers burned over 600 oil wells in Kuwait to hinder the advancement of US-led military coalition. Salgado was among the first photographers to understand the true extent and gravity of this environmental disaster, and he decided to follow the firefighters’ and specialized engineers called from all over the world to limit damage and stem losses.


Fondazione Mudima

Via Tadino 26 • M1 Lima

Admission free

  • Until 20 October. Two painters show, with sculptures by Umberto Gervasi and large crayon drawings plus large canvas paintings by Raffele Romano.


Institut Français

Palazzo delle Stelline, Corso Magenta 61, • M1 Cadorna

Open Tues.- Sat., 11.00–21.00

  • From 5 to 14 October. “La Grande Occasione” (The Great Opportunity), a special edition of Video Sound Art Festival, in collaboration with the Institut Français Milano, presents a solo show by the French artist Hoël Duret. His complex site specific installation “NFT pH <7” -with video, painting, a greenhouse and its irrigation system- recalls, through the reconstruction of a fake natural home system, the pictorial tradition of the landscape. As a lively and mechanical organism, NFT pH <7 is a neutral soil: neither too basic nor too acidic. A video performance shows the awakening of a nymph who passes through this scene inside a crowd of an electronic music festival.


Galleria Carte Scoperte

Via Maroncelli 14 • M2 Moscova

Open Mon-Fri 9–13/14.30–18; Sat 10-12.30/15–17.  Admission free

  • Until 27 October. “Messaggi Imprevisti” calligraphies, collages and stones by Simonetta Ferrante.


Galleria Raffaella Cortese

Via Stradella 1, Via Stradella 4 and Via Stradella 7 • M1 Lima

Open Tues-Sat 15-19.30 Sun. and Mon closed

  • Until 23 November. “Continental Break,” an unseen joint project by Keren Cytter and Nora Schultz. Even though reality and fiction blend in their work in such a deep way that it is impossible to discern one from the other, Keren Cytter’s films, video installations and drawings represent our social reality through experimental narrative modes, while Nora Schultz develops her works starting from daily life, even in the choice of the materials, and prefers ready-made objects


Federica Schiavo

Via Michele Barozzi 6 • M1 Palestro

Open. Tues-Sat, 12-19. Admission free

  • Until 15 November. “Extractions,” a solo show by Ishmael Randall Weeks. On show Metalized Memory, a four parts showcase containing copper-plated contemporary objects inspired from pre-Colombian archaeological sites; and Wind Variations Construct, a wall and floor mounted brass structural work.


Galleria MAEC Milan Art & Events Center

Via Lupetta 3 M3 Missori, M1 Duomo

Open Tues Sat 10.00-14.00/15.30–19.00

  • Until 4 November. “Le Forme del Tempo.” Jorge Cavelier solo exhibiton with marvelous landscapes painted with high fluency. About them Cavelier writes: Rainforests are the lungs of the earth. Beauty and life emerge from those magical places. I consider forests as beings with their own soul.


Galleria Bianconi 

Via Lecco 20 • M1 Porta Venezia

Open Mon – Sat 10.30 -13.00 /14.30 -18.30 Admission free.

  • Until 28 October. “Territori” by Ugo La Pietra. On show a site specific video installation and 40 art works such as paintings on canvas, drawings, photomontages and photocollages, ceramic sculptures, sometimes even combined one each other.


Antonio Colombo

Via Solferino 44 • M2 Moscova/Garibaldi, M3 Turati

Open Tues. Fri.10 – 13 / 15 – 19; Sat. 15 – 19. Admisson free

  • From 13 October to 18 November. “Weird Tales,” the first solo exhibition of the Ukrainian street artist Waone (aka Vladimir Manzhos), ex member of Ingenious Kids, a crew of writers from Kiev, and later, along with Aec, founder of the muralist duo named Interesni Kazki.


Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi

Via Santo Spirito 10 • M3 Montenapoleone, M1 San Babila

Open Tue-Sun 13.00-17.45, Admission €8

  • Until 26 November. Thirty-three vintage and modern images by the French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue, tell the life of the high French bourgeoisie from Belle Époque: families, travels, passion for car racing, intellectuals and characters such as Pablo Picasso and Jean Cocteau,