10,000 free seats at 35 locations around the city to see the premiere of La Scala live from the world’s most famous opera house.
An original production of the nineteenth-century masterpiece by Russian composer Modest Musorgski is opening the new season of the most famous opera house in the world.
Nine days to explore drawings by established masters and emerging artists in the second edition of the city festival of works on paper.
The ‘Predella from the Oddi Altarpiece’ by Renaissance artist Raphael is the 14th ‘Masterpiece for Milan,’ an exhibition project by the Museo Diocesano, we talked about it with the director of the museum, Nadia Righi.
Turin lights up with new exhibitions at major cultural venues as the contemporary art fair Artissima kicks off.
Two paintings by the 20th-century artist now on display at the Pinacoteca di Brera have one thing in common: they conceal secret and little-known aspects of his work.
The refreshed permanent collection and a new temporary exhibition at the museum of modern and contemporary art in Gallarate explore colours to rediscover artists under a new lens.
Under the mentorship of Milovan Farronato, curators Irene Sofia Comi and Chiara Spagnol have created a ‘fluid and open environment’ for artists.
Dineo Seshee Bopape’s exhibition in Milan invites visitors to take part into a collective ritual that engages with powerful socio-political notions of memory, narration and representation.
Shakespeare’s genre-bending productions, major repertoire comebacks and new, avant-garde productions that question the world around us.