Tour street art (in Italian)

Tour street art (in Italian)

Street art and graffiti, born in the United States as expressive and rebellious forms, have conquered the whole world, and even the walls of Milan. The unconventional tour will help you discover its origins and the stories about the protagonists and their various...
We’re pausing for a few days

We’re pausing for a few days

From the 21st of August 2020, we’re opening the doors of the Museum, again, from Friday to Sunday, from 1 to 5:45 PM like before, but we’ll be closed from the 31st of July 2020 to the 16th of August 2020.
Piano City 2019

Piano City 2019

Piano City – one of Milan’s favorite spring-time events – comes to the city from the 17th to the 19th of May. Together with Kawai-Furcht, the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum will be one of the protagonists of this 8th edition. On Saturday the 18th at 11...
“Beyond Orticola” 2019 (Fuori Orticola)

“Beyond Orticola” 2019 (Fuori Orticola)

Sala Armigeri in the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum will house an installation of plants and flowers in dialogue with the colorful wallcoverings signed Farrow & Ball. The project – realized during Orticola in Milan by Giulia Mondolfi with the support of the...

Two appointments to celebrate the grape harvest

The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum will participate in the 2018  “Vendemmia di Montenapoleone” event (The Grape Harvest of Montenapoleone) with two appointments and a celebration of a new partnership with Cavit Altemasi, a prestigious brand of Trentodoc, the...

Thursdays at the Museum – Summer 2015 (in Italian)

The rich calendar of events of our series “Thursdays at the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum” animates evenings at the historic house museum in via Gesù thanks to the support of the Cariplo Foundation and the Region of Lombardy. The work of architects and...

Sax and beer-tasting (in Italian)

Three tastes of the beer of Antoniana, one of the best known Italian breweries, plus the sonorous improvisation on a sax immersed in one of the most beautiful museums of Milan is the last encounter of Speechati before the summer break. While those present will be...

My friend, the museum (in English)

What were people’s table manners like in the 16th century? Where did they put their clothes away? How did people heat their homes 100 years ago? During this guided visit that winds its way from the Renaissance to the 19th century and back, again, the historic...

Medardo Rosso: light and matter (in Italian)

More than thirty years after the last exhibit (1979) that Milan dedicated to the sculptor Medardo Rosso, this exhibit offers the opportunity to better know an artist of international fame for his personal interpretation of matter. He was extraordinarily modern not...