MILAN – Milan stands out on the Italian scene for having been the center of important European artistic currents, from the art of the Visconti to Futurism: with its ancient side and its contemporary side, it emerges on the Italian scene for its art galleries , which can satisfy even the tastes of the most difficult. The Pinacoteca di Brera
It is a national gallery of ancient and modern art, specializing in Venetian and Lombard painting. It is located in the building of the same name, which with its 24,000 square meters of surface surprises for its architecture. In this gallery you can admire the masterpieces of Bellini , Caravaggio , Tintoretto , but also Boccioni and Modigliani. Do not miss the Dead Christ by Mantegna . The Pinacoteca del Castello Sforzesco
The collection of the Pinacoteca del Castello Sforzesco dates back to the 19th century, which over time has been enriched with numerous works, so much so that today it houses more than 1500 works, dated between the 13th and 18th centuries. Includes masterpieces by Bronzino , Tintoretto and Titian . After the visit, a walk through the courtyards of the Castle is always pleasant. Museo del Novecento
In the world of art, the city of Milan is closely connected with this wonderful museum in Piazza Duomo, housed in the ultra-modern Palazzo dell’Arengario, designed by illustrious architects including Piero Portaluppi. Inaugurated in 2010, it houses more than four thousand twentieth-century works, arranged in chronological order, so as to suggest a historical path of contemporary art. In this way we cross the different currents, also observing works by Picasso , Paul Klee and Piet Mondrian . Fondazione Prada
Galleria chaired by Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli, hosts numerous contemporary artists, such as Louise Bourgeois , Dan Flavin and Anish Kapoor . The structure is impressive: it combines industrial buildings with new esoteric elements, such as the tower covered in gold leaf. In the center there is also a cinema and the Bar Luce, a coffee created by director Wes Anderson . Pirelli HangarBicocca
Pirelli HangarBicocca is a non-profit foundation founded in 2004: it is the rehabilitation of an immense industrial plant in a space for the promotion and production of contemporary art. Access to the structure is free and the use of art is favored by the presence of cultural mediators. Permanent installation and that of The Seven Heavenly Palaces by Anselm Kiefer : not to be missed! Museum of Cultures of Milan (MUDEC)
The Municipality of Milan bought the ex-industrial area of ​​the Ex-Ansaldo in 1990 and made it a functional space for the promotion of culture: inside it there are laboratories, studios, new creative spaces and an area dedicated to different cultures in the world. Until March 31st you can admire the photo exhibition by Steve McCurry . Boschi di Stefano House Museum
It is one of the four house-museums in Milan, the residence of Antonio Boschi (1896–1988) and Marieda di Stefano (1901–1968), married couples passionate about twentieth-century Italian art. The building designed by Piero Portaluppi , characterized by a deco style and glass works, deserves to be visited. Massimo de Carlo
Founded in 1987, the Massimo de Carlo commercial gallery has always been interested in young and internationally established artists, hosting Maurizio Cattelan and Alighiero Boetti . In Milan there are two locations of the MdC gallery: in via Ventura and in Palazzo Belgioioso. Tornabuoni Arte
Founded in Florence, it is also based in Milan, Forte dei Marmi, Switzerland, Paris and London, the gallery specializes in post-war Italian art, hosts works by Giacomo Balla , Giorgio di Chirico and Giorgio Morandi , but also artists more contemporaries such as Pablo Atchugarry , Jean Dubuffet and Hans Hartung .Gio Marconi Gallery
It was founded in 1990 as an experimental studio for young artists, critics and cultural operators. It plays an important role in the history of contemporary art in Milan and one of the most particular places in the city, often stimulating new art.
Via: Culture trip

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