The city designated together with Bergamo as Capital of Culture 2023 begins a long program of events reflecting on its history to talk about the history of many other Italian cities.
Antonio Latella’s gender-bending take on William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” at Piccolo Teatro Studio Melato is a collective ritual that reminds us of how theatre is always alive by celebrating its power and history.
In Milan, copies of the three iconic sculptures allow a unique reading of Michelangelo’s life-long fascination with the subject of pieta.
Two new exhibitions look back at the tragic events that led to the rise of fascism, starting from the city where it all began: Milan.
Lodi’s Ethical Photography Festival returns with over 100 photographers from all over the planet to look at the world and its stories from unprecedented points of view.
Works from the collection of Arnaldo Pomodoro shape the landscape of the Horti Borromeo in Pavia, a new biodiversity garden and sculpture park open to the public.
A second exhibition celebrates the work of Saul Steinberg and showcases an important group of works donated to the Braidense Library.
An exhibition opened by Italy’s Minister of Justice at the PAC – Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea features 800 photographs taken by detainees and officers inside Milan penitentiaries.
Milan museum lets people donate a lock of hair in solidarity with protests in Iran.
Nctm law firm fosters the encounter of lawyers and artists by supporting trailblazing projects and funding public interventions.