Modern & Contemporary Art
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Studio Azzurro is an Italian collective of media artists, founded in Milan in 1982 by Fabio Cirifino (photography), Paolo Rosa (visual arts and film) and Leonardo Sangiorgi (graphics and animation). Using the latest technologies, they create interactive environments that stimulate a dialogue between the spectator and the space around.
The exhibition Immagini Sensibili (Sensitive Images) at Palazzo Reale in Milan showcases 35 years of work by Studio Azzurro, including their most important installations as well as a new installation dedicated to Milan.
please see Palazzo Reale
Fondazione Prada Milan is an exhibition space dedicated to contemporary art and culture. It is housed in a complex that for many years functioned as a distillery, but that has been changed by OMA – the architecture firm co-founded by Rem Koolhaas – into a ... [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]