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December 3, 2015
February 14, 2016
The thematic exhibition Recto Verso at Fondazione Prada in Milan features works where the front has consciously been hidden from the visitor and instead the back of the work takes prime position.
This exhibition follows the tradition of Fondazione Prada’s Nord gallery, where an underlying theme is detected within the collection of the Fondazione, which is then further developed using loaned works from international and national institutions.
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HangarBicocca is a space for contemporary art, located in an area of Milan which used to be dominated by the Pirelli factories. With the completion of the Bicocca Project in 2005 this area has become increasingly urbanised with shops, houses as well as space for ... [read more]
The Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea (Pavilion of Contemporary Art or PAC) was established by the City of Milan just after the Second World War to provide an exhibition space for contemporary art. It houses exhibitions on a regular basis, giving an overview of what is happening ... [read more]
The Triennale di Milano is a centre for contemporary art, architecture and design and has a reputation for being at the forefront on all of these disciplines. Rather than being a museum in the classical sense – one with a fixed collection – it is ... [read more]