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A Arte Invernizzi, Milan

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The gallery opened in February 1994 with an exhibition of works by Dadamaino, François Morellet and Günther Uecker; this was followed by the solo exhibition of Bruno Querci and  then of one by the ...
Armada
Non-Profit
2. Jared Madere, 2015. Courtesy of Armada

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Armada is a Milan based project-space founded by a group of friends, people working in art publishing and art galleries.
Assab One
Non-Profit
Wonderland. New art from London, 2010. Photo by Ivan Taborri

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Assab One is an exhibition space located in an industrial complex which was previously the headquarters of a printing plant. The Assab One cultural association produces and promotes cultural events an...
Base Milano
Non-Profit
Base - Milano

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A new space in Milan, in the area that used to host the building of one of the biggest Italian industries, Ansaldo. The space will host exhibitions, events related to contemporary art and design, b...
Beyond the object, installation view, 2014. Courtesy of Brand New Gallery

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Brand New Gallery is a space devoted to contemporary art, suspended halfway between a gallery and a center for cultural promotion, a platform where artists, curators and collectors can meet and exchan...
Cardi Gallery
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Jannis Kounellis and Mario Merz, installation view, 2014. Courtesy of Cardi Gallery

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The gallery has been representing post war and contemporary artists since its opening in the 70's. Since 2014 Cardi also has an exhibition space in London.
Careof
Non-Profit
Coordinate ellittiche, exhibition view, 2012. Courtesy of Careof

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Fabbrica del Vapore is an industrial building from the beginning of the 20th century which was initially meant for the construction, maintenance and sale of railway and tram material. Seriously damage...
Casa Museo Boschi Di Stefano, Milan

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The Casa-Museo Boschi Di Stefano was formed in 1998 on settlement of the dispute between the heirs of Antonio and Marieda Boschi and the City of Milan to ensure fulfilment of the wishes of Antonio Bo...
Castello Sforzesco, Milan

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Along with the Cathedral - Milan's most famous and much beloved monument - the big Castle is linked to the vicissitudes and dramatic events that the city has been experiencing over the past centuries....
Clima
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Matteo Nasini, Sparkling Matter, installation views 2016, Courtesy of Matteo Nasini and Clima Gallery the artist and Clima Gallery, Photography by Marco Davolio

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Next to its own artists Jason Gomez and Matteo Nasini, the gallery has shown contemporary artists such as Alberto Scodro, Hugo Scibetta, Dana Lok, Lucia Leuci, Valerio Nicolai, Cosimo Casoni, Tracy M...
Dimora Artica
Non-Profit
Exhibition Space, Courtesy of Dimora Artica

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Founded in 2013, the objective of the exhibition space is to investigate the relationship between art, symbols and archetypes of the mythical language. Directed by Andrea Lacarpia with the suppor...
Fabbrica del Vapore

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Fabbrica del Vapore is an industrial building from the beginning of the 20th century which was initially meant for the construction, maintenance and sale of railway and tram material. Seriously dama...
Fabbrica Orobia

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Fabbrica Orobia 15 was constructed back in 1920. The buildings, which have been left in their original state, proudly preserve the indelible signs of their industrial past. All this makes for a fasc...
Fanta
Non-Profit
installation view Beatrice Marchi, "Susy Culinski & friends", Fanta Spazio, Milan, 2015 Courtesy of the artist and Fanta Spazio, Milan Photo: Roberto Marossi

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Kaspar Müller at Federico Vavassori. Courtesy of the gallery

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Federico Vavassori is a Milan-based gallery founded by Federico Vavassori in the district of Lambrate.
Photo credits: Andrej Sapric

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A major centre dedicated to contemporary art and collecting opened in Milan’s historic industrial complex of the Frigoriferi Milanesi on April, 2016. Named FM Centre for Contemporary Art, it brings ...
Fondazione Achille Castiglioni

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Given the success of these years, more than 52,000 visitors (2014), the Castiglioni family has wanted to share with visitors, the place and the stories in it guarded. For this reason and to develop ma...
Courtesy of Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro, exhibition space Via Vigevano, photography by Carlos Tettamanzi

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The foundation was established in 1995 at the behest of artist Arnaldo Pomodoro with the intent to provide a cultural center, housing exhibitions, book presentations, conferences, concerts and a pri...
Fondazione Carriero, Milan

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Fondazione Carriero aims to promote, enhance, and spread modern and contemporary art and culture, acting as a cultural pole in collaboration with the most affirmed and innovative artists, devoting sp...
Fondazione Marconi, Milano

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The Marconi Foundation is a no-profit institution for the promotion and diffusion of contemporary art and culture through exhibitions, publications, cultural events and meetings. Giorgio Marconi is...
Courtesy of Fondazione Mudima

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Mudima Foundation was founded in 1988 by Gino Di Maggio in Milan with the aim to present the interdisciplinary researches of those artists that were moving on the boundary between the different art fi...
SHORT CUT by Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset 2/7. Photo Fondazione Nicola Trussardi

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Neither a museum nor a collection, the Fondazione Nicola Trussardi acts as an agency for the production and diffusion of contemporary art in a wide variety of contexts and channels. Beatrice Truss...
Fondazione Prada Osservatorio, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan 2016, Photo: Delfino Sisto Legnani and Marco Cappelletti, Courtesy Fondazione Prada

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Osservatorio by Fondazione Prada is a new exhibition venue dedicated to photography and visual languages, located at the 5th floor of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan. Founded in 2016, th...
Fondazione Prada, Milan. Photo: Bas Princen. Courtesy of Fondazione Prada

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The Milan venue of Fondazione Prada, conceived by architecture firm OMA—led by Rem Koolhaas—expands the repertoire of spatial typologies in which art can be exhibited and shared with the public. C...
Fondazione Stelline, Milan

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The Stelline Foundation is an historic institution in Milan established in 1986 by the Lombardy Region and the City of Milan, organizing and promoting projects, exhibitions, research, publishing a...
Studio Museo Vico Magistretti, Milan

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An equity foundation organised and headed by Susanna Magistretti, the architect's daughter, which the Triennale Design Museum of Milan belongs to as the official founder and also Artemide, De Padova, ...
Courtesy of Fonderia Battaglia, Milan

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Since early 20th century, Fonderia Battaglia worked as an essential sidekick for all major Italian and foreign sculptors, whose works still populate this enchanted and old art factory where the ...
Courtesy of Francesca Minini

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After having worked with her notorious father Massimo, Francesca Minini proceded to open her own gallery in Milan in the Ventura area in 2006. The gallery focuses on emerging Italian and internatio...
Courtesy of Franco Albini Foundation

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Franco Albini Foundation was conceived 30 years after the death of the homonymous architect or artisan (as he preferred to call himself), a figure that many have investigated, but who has yet to be un...
H. H. Lim – Politicamente parlando, exhibition view, 2014.

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Together with the most celebrated names, the Gallery has particularly concentrated on rediscovering those masters who, for various reasons, have recently been neglected, to put them once again into th...
Paolo Canevari at Christian Stein Gallery, 2013. Courtesy of the artist

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Galleria Christian Stein, specialized in contemporary art, was founded by Ms. Christian Stein in 1966 in Turin, and continued its activity there until 1996. During this period, a new space was opened ...
Venue in via stradella 1. Courtesy of Galleria Raffaella Cortese

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Based in Milano, Galleria Raffaella Cortese celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2015 with the opening of the 3rd exhibition space in the same street of the other two venues. Raffaella Cortese is renown...
Galleria Tonelli

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Galleria d’Arte Tonelli was opened in 1981 by Lodovico Tonelli. The Gallery shows paintings and drawings by XX century Masters and by some contemporary artists. Among the most recent exhibitions a...
Gallerie d'Italia, Milan

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Symbols of the history of Milan, the buildings that together form the architectural complex that houses the Galleries were designed by leading Italian architects between the end of the eighteenth and ...
GAM Milano
Museums
GAM Milano

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Several donations made by some prominent families of Milan improved the collection, which features masterpieces by Giovanni Fattori, Silvestro Lega, Giovanni Boldini, Vincent van Gogh, Édouard Manet,...
Giò Marconi
Galleries
Courtesy of Giò Marconi Gallery

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Giò Marconi gallery started in 1990 under the initiative of Giò Marconi who created the Studio Marconi 17, an experimental space for young artists and art critics that he directed from 1986 to 1990....
Gluck 50
Non-Profit
Exhibition Space, Courtesy of Gluck 50

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Gluck50 was created with the intention of promoting contemporary art through an international residency program for artists. The multi-functional creative space offers residency programs to artists wo...
Il Colorificio
Non-Profit
Exhibition space of Il Colorificio, Courtesy of Il Colorificio

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The project space was founded in 2016 by Michele Bertolino, Bernardo Follini and Giulia Gregnanin.
Ñewpressionism in Milan, 2014. Courtesy of Istituto Svizzero

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The Swiss Institute in Rome (ISR) is a private foundation created by the Swiss Confederation in 1947 with the task of promoting scientific and artistic exchange between Switzerland and Italy. Its mai...
kaufmann repetto, Milan

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The gallery opened with a seven-channel video-installation by Candice Breitz 'The Babel Series', previewed a few months before at the Istanbul Biennale. Since opening, the gallery has aimed at hosting...
Le Dictateur
Non-Profit
Le Dictateur

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Le Dictateur was founded in 2006 by Federico Pepe and Pierpaolo Ferrari as a publishing project. It evolved to become an independent exhibition space for art, publishing, music and design. To celebrat...
© 2014 Roberto Marossi

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The gallery focuses its research on the most important 70's artistic international movements like: Arte Povera, Minimal Art, Land Art and Conceptual Art. The gallery has worked on important collaborat...
Lisson Milan

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Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world. Since being founded in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail, it has championed the careers...
Marsèlleria
Foundations
Marsèlleria

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Marsèlleria Permanent Exhibition is the multi-disciplinary platform created by Marsèll in 2009 in the spaces of via Paullo, Milan, following the idea that style is a global cultural practice. In an ...
Marsèlleria Space, Via Privata Rezia 2, Milan, Photography by Carola Merello

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The second space opened by Marsèll was inaugurated on January 13th 2016 in Via privata Rezia 2, Milan.  As a multi-disciplinary platform, it follows the same aim and vision as the first ...
Massimo De Carlo, Milan

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Since the beginning Massimo De Carlo gallery program included young and prominent artists such as, among others, Alighiero Boetti, Rudolf Stingel, Maurizio Cattelan, and Yan Pei-Ming. The global affir...
Rudolf Stingel, Installation views Massimo De Carlo, Milano / Belgioioso, 2016

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This new exhibition space, the second Massimo De Carlo venue in Milan, is situated in Palazzo Belgioioso in the historical centre of Milan. Palazzo Belgioioso is situated in the homonymous elegant pia...
Mega
Non-Profit
Courtesy of Mega

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Mega is an art space of 15 square meters with very wide perspectives. It's a space where develop and showcase original events and projects which cannot be host elsewhere.
Mars, Milan

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Mars was founded in Milan in 2008. It's completely run by artists and it's addressed to an audience which is curious to discover "the engines" behind the contemporary art scene. The venue, in the ...
Mimmo Scognamiglio Arte Contemporanea, Milan

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The activity of the gallerist Mimmo Scognamiglio in the cultural life of Naples begins on december 1995 with the opening of the gallery “Scognamiglio e Teano”; the human and particularly visual ex...
Gianluca Di Pasquale, Exhibition view, 2014. Courtesy of De Cardenas Gallery. Photo by Andrea Rossetti

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The gallery Monica De Cardenas was founded in 1992 in Milan and then opened a second space in Zuoz, Switzerland in 2006. At the beginning the main focus of the gallery was photography, it has now e...
Facade of the Museo del Novecento, Milan

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Museo del Novecento (Museum of the Twentieth Century), located in the Palazzo dell'Arengario, is a public venue dedicated to Milan's collection of Twentieth-Century Art. Palazzo dell'Arengario was ...
Museo della Permanente

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Società per le Belle Arti ed Esposizione Permanente is a no profit artificial person, as confirmed by the Royal Legislative Decree n. 1447 of 22nd September 1884. The organization, which is an his...
Mudec - Museo delle culture © Photo OskarDaRiz

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The Milan Council decided to create the Mudec Museum of Cultures in the old Ansaldo factory area to house and display the municipal collections of ethnographic material. The display area is laid ...
Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan. Courtesy of Roberta de Palo

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The museum hosts over 6000 artworks from antiquity to the 20th century: masterpieces of painting, sculptures, arms and armour, glass, porcelain, clocks and sundials, textiles, furniture. Alongside the...
Officine dell'immagine, Milan

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The Officine dell'immagine gallery actively collaborates with artists from Europe and Asia with a perceivable connection to the Middle East and Africa. Through a rich exhibition schedule, with fine...
PAC Milano
Museums
© PAC Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea. Photo by Guido Cataldo (2002)

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PAC is one of the first examples in Italy of an exhibition space fully dedicated to contemporary art. Through its work, that began in 1979, it has always tried to generate all sorts of discussion on a...
Palazzo della Ragione

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The Palazzo della Ragione is a historic building of Milan, Italy, located in Piazza Mercanti, facing the Loggia degli Osii. In 1939 the Municipality of Milan takes ownership of the Palazzo della Ragi...
Palazzo Reale

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With a space of 7,000 sq. metres, it regularly displays modern and contemporary art works including collections from around the world in collaboration with international museums and cultural instituti...
Parco d’Arte Contemporanea / Citylife, Milan

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Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan

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It was founded in 1618 by Cardinal Federico Borromeo. The Ambrosiana houses a permanent collection of fine paintings, sculptures, etchings and drawings donated by Borromeo himself and a rich number of...
Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

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The Pinacoteca di Brera houses a major art collections of Renaissance art in Italy with over 500 works dating from the 14th- 20th century.  It is situated in a beautiful 17th century building, or...
Pirelli HangarBicocca. Photo Credits: Lorenzo Palmieri

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Set up in 2004, it occupies a vast redeveloped industrial complex formerly owned by Ansaldo-Breda. With solo exhibitions of works by top international artists, the artistic programme is characterised ...
Primo Marella
Galleries
Courtesy of Primo Marella Gallery

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Founded in 1993, Primo Marella Gallery has witnessed a big expansion over the years. In December 2004 the gallery opened a new space in Beijing inside the prosperous 798 Art Factory Area, followed in...
Courtesy of Prometeogallery

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Located in the Lambrate neighbourhood, where many other contemporary art galleries have recently settled, Prometeogallery aims to promote through solo and group shows the work of international artist...
Raucci Santamaria, Milan

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Raucci Santamaria has opened a new project space in Porta Venezia, in Via Francesco Redi, with the inaugural exhibition by Padraig Timoney “Planxty Milano”. The space is conceived as an open platf...
Courtesy of Galleria Riccardo Crespi

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Riccardo Crespi Gallery, located in the historical centre of Milan, has been an active centre for production and promotion of culture since 2006. The original mission of Galleria Riccardo Crespi was...
Julie Béna, How to ask better questions, 2015, Exhibition view. Photo by Riccardo Pasciucco. Courtesy of Artopia

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Founded in 2001 by Rita and Remo Urso under the name Artopia, the project space is dedicated to show Italian and international artists working in a wide range of media, with a particular interest in ...
Rovilant + Voena, Milan

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One of the world's leading Old Master galleries, based in London, Milan and St Moritz, dealing also in Classic Modern and Contemporary Art. Founded in London in 2005, the gallery now has spaces in Mil...
Room Gallery
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Room Gallery

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Room Gallery is interested in the imaginary of the art scene, which is supposed to be leading, as in line with what is happening in the contemporary world . Room aims to find artists on which to foc...
Spazio Cabinet
Non-Profit
Cabinet

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Cabinet was founded in Milan, Italy, in May 2010 as a non-profit space exclusively showing international double-show and primarily focused on painting, sculpture and installation. Spazio Cabinet by N...
Spazio22
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Fausto Gilberti, Window project, Aprile 2015, Elogio della pigrizia, installation view at Spazio22. Courtesy the artist and FL GALLERY. Photo by Riccardo Gay Luger

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Spazio22 is the new venue where Galleria Pack and FL Gallery have joined forces to promote the new trends in contemporary art in town and where artists, gallerists, collectionists and contemporary art...
Teatro Continuo

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After 25 years on the occasion of the centenary of its designer Alberto Burri, this unusual open-air stage reopen located in Sempione Park between the Arch of Peace and the Sforzesco Castle. The Te...
Tile Project Space, Milan

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Tile Project Space is a production and exhibition place open to the experimentation and the growth of the new generation of Italian artists.
Garden of the Triennale di Milano

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La Triennale di Milano has been located since 1933 in Milan in the Palazzo dell’Arte, designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between autumn 1931 and spring 1933. Conceived by Muzio as an extremely fle...
Viafarini DOCVA
Non-Profit
“Another second skin”, exhibition view, 2015. Courtesy of Viafarini DOCVA

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Viafarini was established in 1991 as a non profit organization, taking the American examples and the European Kunstverein as models. This concept was new to Italy at that time, and among the most inno...
Viasaterna
Galleries
Courtesy of Viaterna

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The name Viasaterna was taken from Dino Buzzati's Poema a Fumetti, describing a world in which dream and reality are combined in a tapestry of people, destinies, lives, imagination and fears. This ma...
Villa Necchi

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Constructed between 1932 and 1935 by the Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi, Necchi Campiglio Villa has survived completely intact, both outside with its ample yard, tennis court and pool, and inside...
Zero
Galleries
2. Gavin Kenyon, 2014. Courtesy of Zero

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Galleria Zero was founded in 2000 in Milan. The gallery aims to increase international visibility to young Italian artists. Besides that, the gallery collaborates with international artists that rese...
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