Milan is as always a place full of events, initiatives and exhibitions. There are all sorts of different kinds. Let’s give a look to five new temporary exhibitions totally free.
Last Supper Recall offers multiple interpretations of The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci. The exhibition is inspired by the one of 1987 signed by Andy Warhol on the same topic. Alongside a serigraphy of the great artist, works of various genres and techniques by Daniel Spoerri, Bruno Bordoli, Elia Festa and Filippo Avalle are compared. The exhibition will be set up on 30 October at the Credito Valtellinese Gallery, in Corso Magenta and will remain open free of charge untill 2 December 2020.
Corso Magenta, 59, 20123 Milano MI
Among the most important news there is the Brera Art Gallery, famous institution of Milan and one of the most important galleries in Italy. Since June, after the lock-down, it has decided to open its doors to visitors free of charge ,until the end of autumn. Upon reservation, you will have the opportunity to admire all the world famous masterpieces on display, as many times as you want. In addition, from October 22 for every Sunday of the year, you can deeply discover Lo sposalizio della vergine through the Performing Raphael experience, to celebrate the 500 years from the painter’s death.
Via Brera, 28, 20121 Milano
At Bicocca Hangar, in Via Chiese, is set up Short Circuit. Twenty large suspended installations, ranging between China and Europe, retrace the fundamental stages of Chen Zen’s artistic evolution. This Chinese artist studied a phenomenon that he called "short circuit", consisting of moving a work from its original context and relocating it elsewhere. The exhibition can be visited free of charge from 15.10.2020 to 21.02.2021.
Trisha Baga, the eye, the eye and the ear is the show that doubles the free appointment of the Hangar Bicocca. Five video installations tell the story of Trisha Baga, a young Filipino-American film-maker, through the media of her life, starting from VHS and DVD, to 3D. But the artist also proposes plastic works in ceramics or made in wooden boards and even in sesame seeds. The exhibition is open until 10.01.2021.
Via Chiese, 2, 20126 Milano MI
Covid-19 storiedisperanza (Hope Stories) is the free exhibition set up by Hope Onlus in Corso Vittorio Emanuele, in the centre of Milan. Through a series of photographs it tells the experience of the pandemic, seen from the point of view of doctors, nurses, volunteers and health workers. The shots come from the most affected regions and are part of a training program aimed at schools with a raising awareness intent. It will remain available until 10.01.2021, then move to London, Paris and Brasilia.
Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Milano MI
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