Accademia di Brera, Milan

Accademia di Brera, Milan

The Pinacoteca of Brera is preparing the new scenography of two of its most important masterpieces: the “Dead Christ” by Andrea Mantegna and the “Pietà” by Giovanni Bellini.  The project, realized by Ermanno Olmi, takes into consideration not...
Anti-air raid bunker n. 87

Anti-air raid bunker n. 87

Milano underground: for the first time, we push ourselves underground at the setting of the sun to relive minutes that seemed never to end. Holding your breath and with deafening sirens pounding your ears: you have entered the belly of the anti-air raid bunker n. 87,...
JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT at MUDEC

JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT at MUDEC

Born in 1960 in Brookly of a Haitian-American father and a Puerto Rican mother, Jean-Michel Basquiat was a writer and Neo-Expressionist painter, who collaborated with Andy Warhol, and who died tragically young in 1988. With almost 100 works coming from private...
Diary of a young architect wandering around Europe

Diary of a young architect wandering around Europe

From Friday the 18th to Sunday the 20th of November, the fascinating library of the historic house museum in via Gesù will be the background for the display of the travel diary and the sketchbooks of the young Pier Fausto Bagatti Valsecchi (Milan, 1886 – 1914) who,...
Monastery of San Maurizio, Milan

Monastery of San Maurizio, Milan

San Maurizio al Monastery Maggiore (St. Maurice at the Big Monastery) is one of Milan’s most beautiful churches. Once a seat of the most important nunnery in town, it is located in an area that originally was ancient Roman, then Early Christian. The early...

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