Art Galleries

Simone Forti “Distant Lands”

Simone Forti’s latest exhibition, “Distant Lands,” at Galleria Raffaella Cortese, focuses on the convergence and exchange between Italy and California. The exhibition showcases Forti’s series of drawings titled News Animations, in which she explores the potential of language through movement, words, images, and sound. The drawings feature human figures, a tree, a crow, and lightning, …

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FOG Festival 2023

Dozens of artists from all over the world will be in Milan for the 6th edition of the event dedicated to the most interesting expressions of theatre, dance, performance and music.

Il cielo stellato

The exhibition, curated by Marta Cereda, features a cinematic and artistic project focused on the Madonna della Bruna festival in Matera.

Alchemy of Creativity: A Conversation with Goldschmied & Chiari

Sara Goldschmied and Eleonora Chiari founded the duo Goldiechiari in 2001 and have been working under the name Goldschmied & Chiari in Milan since 2014. Their internationally recognized work has been exhibited in prestigious institutions and museums around the world, including the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington DC and the Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art in Turin. Goldschmied & Chiari

Curator Rossella Farinotti sat down with the visionary duo Goldschmied & Chiari to discuss their creative process, and their sources of inspiration, in a fascinating conversation about the intersection of art, design, and storytelling.

Jan Fabre “La saggezza del Belgio”

Curated by Giacinto Di Pietrantonio, the exhibition, titled “La saggezza del Belgio”, presents thirty small-format drawings from the series “Folklore Sexuel Belge” and “Mer du Nord Sexuelle Belge.”

Marino Ficola “Nodi”

Sculptor Marino Ficola returns at Spazio PAePA. The exhibition, curated by Giorgio Bonomi, entitled “Nodi,” presents a preview of a series of works conceived and created during the lockdown. The skillful manipulation of terracotta, which masterfully transforms into small modules held together by wires or wire mesh, remains at the core of his many years …

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10 Must-See Exhibitions in Milan this December

How bodies and performance are connected to society, environment and technology? The new exhibition “Japan. Body Perform Live,” on view at the PAC tries to answer to this question. Contextualizing the poetics of Japanese contemporary art of the 2000s, the exhibition deals with existential, political and social matters, carrying out multilayered dialogues between the works displayed. Above: Mari Katayama, you’re mine #001, 2014. Mari Katayama

New openings: from Robert Capa to Raphael. We rounded up the best exhibitions you shouldn’t miss during the holiday season.