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Are you in Milan in these holiday days? There are plenty of exhibits to see in these days in Milan! Here you can find the best 21. From ancient art to contemporary through design, photography, Oriental art, science and nature! You have just to choose!
Hokusai, Hiroshige, Utamaro. Settings and faces of Japan that seduced the West. Until 29/1/2017.
Escher. Until 22/1/2017.
Peter Paul Rubens and the Birth of Baroque. Until 26/2/2017.
You can admire the Virgin of Mercy of the Italian Renaissance painter Piero della Francesca in Milan until 8/1/2017.
Bellotto e Canaletto. Until 5/3/2017.
MUSEO DEL ‘900
Boom 60! Until 12/3/2017
Milan, the story of a rebirth. 1943-1953 the reconstruction after Second War bombing. Until 12/2/2017
The Albrecht Dürer’s Adoration of the Magi . Until 5/2/2017.
W. Women in Italian Design – Until 19/2/2017.
The other view. Italian women photographers 1965-2015. Until 8/1/2017
Made in Europe 1988-2013. Until 8/1/2017.
Antonio Marras: life, diaries and notes of a restless man. Until 21/1/2017
Pierluigi Ghianda. Until 8/1/2017. Triennale Design Museo, Villa Reale di Monza.
GAM – GALLERIA D’ARTE MODERNA
Upside down. Until 19/3/2017 you can visit the museum depot discovering the huge scultpures collection. Info here.
Homo Sapiens. New adventures of human evolution. Until 26/2/2017.
Jean-Michel Basquiat. Until 26/2/2017.
The adventures of an explorer. Antonio Raimondi and the discovery of Perù. Until 26/2/2017.
The San Girolamo painting of Caravaggio is displayed at Pinacoteca Ambrosiana until 19/2/2017.
Paper fashion. Isabelle de Borchgrave. 30 paper dresses like works of art. Until 8/1/2017.
MUSEO DEL RINASCIMENTO
Indians portraits: from the great lakes area to Florida. The Thomas McKenney Gallery and the origins of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (1816-1836). Until January 8, 2017.
FONDAZIONE PRADA – OSSERVATORIO
At Fondazione Prada you can visit 6 exhibition with one ticket. Don’t miss a coffee break at Bar Luce designed by Wes Anderson. You’ll jump directly in the ’50s! With the same ticket you have 7 days to visit the Osservatorio too, a new place in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, right above it! The current exhibition is ‘Give Me Yesterday’ (until 12/3/2017). Other unmissable coffee break: pasticceria Marchesi, mezzanine floor.
In Milan there are many other museums and galleries, there are plenty things to do and see. If you have kids don’t miss Natural History Museum, planetarium, Science Museum and technology Museum.