Milano Art Week
Milan Art week 2021. From 13 September an entire week dedicated to modern and contemporary art
Saturday 18 free admission to the Museo del Novecento thanks to the main partner Banca Generali – Milan Art week Program Milan
The Municipality of Milan returns to accompany Miart, the modern and contemporary art fair, with a schedule that for a the whole week, from 13 to 19 September, will propose exhibitions and performances, extending to the entire city and involving institutions, foundations, public and private subjects in the construction of a rich calendar of initiatives dedicated to modern and contemporary art.
Also for this edition, Banca Generali is the main partner of Milano Art week and will enrich the calendar with a series of initiatives designed to involve the general public in alternative fruition paths, demonstrating how the planned proposals are aimed at the many different audiences who live there. or visit Milan. Furthermore, on Saturday 18, Banca Generali will offer admission to all visitors to the Museo del Novecento, both the collection and the large exhibition dedicated to Sironi.
Numerous openings scheduled for this week: the personal exhibition of “Anna Valeria Borsari. Da some uncertain point” at the Museo del Novecento (from 10 September), “A breeze over the Mediteranean” by Simone Fattal and “Cherefully optimistic about the future “by Michael Anastassiades at the ICA Milan Foundation (from 8 September),” Claudio Destito. Lo strait of Messina “at the Francesco Messina Studio museum (from 16 September); “Carlo Mollino. Personal allusions” at the Milan Triennale (4 September); “Sergio Padovani. Fools live in the sacred” at the Stelline Foundation (from 15 September). The Arnaldo Pomodoro Foundation presents “Project room # 14. Rosa in hand”, by Nevine Mahmoud and Margherita Raso with Derek MF Di Fabio (from 10 September); the Adolfo Pini Foundation proposes “Elisabetta Benassi. Lady And Gentlemen” (from 14 September); at the Gallerie d’Italia opens on 10 September “Further degrees of freedom in the city that resists. Francesca Leone”; the exhibition “Somaini in America” inaugurates the spaces of the Francesco Somaini Scultore Foundation on 8 September; “Sturm & Drang” at the Prada Foundation Observatory (from 9 September); “Home less home. Photography by Paola Di Bello” at Casa della Memoria (from 4 September). Finally, Palazzo Reale opens the great Claude Monet exhibition from the 18th, created in collaboration with the Marmottan Museum in Paris. Francesca Leone “; the exhibition” Somaini in America “inaugurates the spaces of the Francesco Somaini Scultore Foundation on 8 September;” Sturm & Drang “at the Prada Foundation Observatory (from 9 September);” Home less home. Photography by Paola Di Bello “at the Casa della Memoria (from September 4). Finally, the Palazzo Reale opens on the 18th the great exhibition of Claude Monet, created in collaboration with the Marmottan Museum in Paris. Francesca Leone “; the exhibition” Somaini in America “inaugurates the spaces of the Francesco Somaini Scultore Foundation on 8 September;” Sturm & Drang “at the Prada Foundation Observatory (from 9 September);” Home less home. Photography by Paola Di Bello “at Casa della Memoria (from September 4). Finally, the Palazzo Reale opens on the 18th the great exhibition of Claude Monet, created in collaboration with the Marmottan Museum in Paris.
From the 17th the permanent MUDEC Collection will also reopen with a new approach and objects never seen before that define the new exhibition itinerary, entitled “Global Milan. The World seen from here”.
During the week of Art week it will still be possible to visit the great retrospective on “Mario Sironi. Synthesis and Grandiosity” at the Museo del Novecento; the Fondazione Furla “Misfits” project by Nairy Baghramian at the GAM; “Neil Beloufa. Digital Mourning” and “Maurizio Cattelan. Breath Ghosts Blind” at Pirelli Hangar Bicocca; “Who the baer” at the Prada Foundation; “Tina Modotti. Women, Mexico and freedom” at the MUDEC Museum of Cultures; “Jacques Henri Lartigue. The invention of happiness” at the Diocesan Museum.
The exhibition of “Luisa Lambri. Self-portrait” will be open at the PAC Pavilion of Contemporary Art on 15, 16 and 17 with evening opening until 10.30 pm and free admission from 6.30 pm.
In the 2021 program there are also many events dedicated to public art, i.e. live painting, street art and installations in public spaces. The Artline Milano sculpture park continues to grow in the Citylife park: the site-specific installation by Adrian Paci “Ruin” will be inaugurated on the 18th, while on the 19th the curators of Artline will accompany the booked public on a walking itinerary that will touch the main public art interventions in the city. There are also several occasions to admire the live painting interventions in various areas of the city.
There are many guided tours and talks organized by the various institutes and various multidisciplinary initiatives that put the arts into dialogue, as happens at the Artists’ House or at the Castello Sforzesco, where the video installation by Emma Ciceri “Open Birth will be present in the Pietà Museum” “and in the Cortile della Rocchetta the installation by Davide Dileo” Via (al) la musica “. In addition, Michael Bromley’s Chromata installation will be available to the public on 18 and 19 September at the Museum of Science and Technology to give the public the opportunity to create a personal digital work thanks to the artist’s interactive software.
Also scheduled for 2021 the extraordinary opening of some non-profit spaces in the city, some of which on Saturday 18 will also remain open in the evening for the now traditional Art night.