Sharon Core, Apples in a Porcelain Basket (2007)
Sharon Core, Apples in a Porcelain Basket (2007)

Arts & Foods

Triennale di Milano
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April 9, 2015


November 1, 2015

With the Milan Triennale serving as a city-centre base for Expo Milano 2015, Arts & Foods is the first exhibit of this year’s Universal Exposition to open to the public.

The exhibition covers an area of about 7,000 square meters and features a wide array of visual idioms, from models, through objects to room-sets that revolve around the world of food, nutrition, and the ritual of people eating together.

Arts & Foods showcases more than 2,000 artworks and examines the relationship between art and the many rituals associated with eating, with special reference to how the aesthetic and functional aspects of what we eat have impacted creative expression. Inside and outside the Milan Triennale building there are installations and works by contemporary artists created especially for the exhibition.

All Expo Milano 2015 ticket types, whether one- or two-day, or season, include one free admission to the exhibition.

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