Triennale Milano

How citizens can design the city from below

"Urban contexts often risk being inhospitable and not enabling for people who live in the city" says the curator of the new exhibition Milano Piano Zero at the Triennale in Milan. The exhibition collects nine works by artists that somehow lived Milan for a period, and through the works, the exhibition allows visitors to rethink the city in which they live. t-space studio

A new exhibition at the Triennale in Milan explores the issues between urbanism and urbanity.

REFOCUS: Visual Archive of the Pandemic

360 photographs that with a considerable range of themes and languages chronicles the unique period of Italy’s history by way of valuable visual documentation.

Dewey Dell “Hamlet”

The Italian premiere of Dell’s staging of the tortuous path travelled by Hamlet to become himself.

Romeo Castellucci “Bros”

The Italian premiere of a new performance where group of anonymous men have been recruited to go on stage without learning their lines in advance.