Definitely one of the most successful exhibitions of recent times, you should not miss it!
Emilio Vedova is one of the biggest representatives of informal painting in Italy. The exhibition of the Italian abstract artist is more than a simple collection of works: this is a story, a journey, a scene dedicated to the Venetian artist on the occasion of the centenary of his birth. Dynamic, flexible and three-dimensional structures at Palazzo Reale.
Palazzo Reale: Piazza del Duomo, 12. Open daily (schedule on site). The entrance is free. Time: until February 9, 2020.
For the first time in Italy, the entire universe of the prestigious Van Cleef & Arpels Jewelry House will be unveiled in Palazzo Reale halls.
500 pieces, including jewelry, watches, precious items (face powder, caskets, bags and much more) and magnificent designs made since 1906.
Regardless of whether you are passionate about jewelry or not, this exhibition will not leave you indifferent.
Palazzo Reale: Piazza del Duomo, 12.
Open daily (schedule on site). The entrance is free. Period: until February 23, 2020.
The project on display, under the unusual name “Eel Soup” was conceived by a pair of artists: Federico Klavarino and Temi Izko.
An extremely poetic exhibition, where the authors try to convey gestures, fragments and frozen movements to the exhibition.
VIASATERNA: via Giacomo Leopardi, 32. Open from Monday to Friday (12: 00-19: 00). The entrance is free. Period: until February 14, 2020.
Stunning views of Milan from the 39th floor of Palazzo Lombardia, Free!
Palazzo Lombardia is a single complex that includes a skyscraper with a height of 161.3 meters, it reunites the Regional Council of Lombardy with the Presidium and all departments. The complex is built on Piazza Città di Lombardia 1, adjacent to via Melchiorre Gioia in Milan. On January 12, 19 and 26, 2020, in an instant, you can take the high-speed elevator to the 39th floor of the Palace, located at an altitude of 150 meters. The elevator runs three floors in one second.
This is completely free and without prior booking, from 10.00 to 18.00.
A bewitching view from the height of the building, a 360° panorama of the whole city. All the main monuments are indicated on glass that reports their distances. For example, it is possible to see Duomo, Velasca Tower, Central Station, Pirellone Tower, San Siro, Unicredit Tower and so on. In clear weather, almost cloudless, you can see the chain of Alpine mountains in all its glory, including the “Monte Bianco” and “Monte Rosa” mountains.