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December 5th, 2017


MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo

Until January 14, 2018

One of the most influential and visionary architects of our times, Zaha Hadid has redefined the architecture of the twenty-first century and captured the imagination of the whole world. The exhibition presents a portrait of Hadid’s multifarious personality, it is conceived as a walk through; starting from the built work and projects in design development in Italy, to product design.



Milan - Triennale di Milano

Until March 11, 2018

The Triennale di Milano presents There is a Planet, an exhibition that marks the centenary of the birth of Ettore Sottsass, (Innsbruck 1917 - Milan 2007) in the Triennale Design Museum curated by Barbara Radice. This is a monographic exhibition devoted to Ettore Sottsass in the spaces of the Galleria dell'Architettura with a large range of design and art production such as architecture, drawing, photography, furniture, sculpture, painting, ceramics and glass work, publishing and writing. The title of the exhibition, and of the book, refers to a project that Sottsass started in the 1990s but never completed.


For more info: http://www.triennale.org/en/



Verona - AMO Palazzo Forti

Until February 25, 2018

From the 21 October to 25 February 2018, the Botero exhibition is held at the AMO-Palazzo Forti di Verona.
Over 50 large-scale works retracing Fernando Botero's career. His oversized bodies, the fantastic fairytale atmospheres of Latin America, and exuberant shapes and colours unfold through an exhibition that touches on all the themes dear to the artist – a cosmopolitan attached to the culture of his homeland, whose painting cannot be pigeon-holed under any one genre, despite its figurative nature and classical echoes.

For more info: Botero



Turin - Palazzo Chiablese

Until January 14, 2018

Over one hundred works, mostly large oils, recall the last artistic period of the great Catalan painter, featuring four-dimensional painting, scenography, great sculptures and mail art: Miró’s sinuous lines and sharp colours enable breathing in all the energy and power of the Mediterranean Sea. The exhibition is an opportunity to explore the artistic evolution of Joan Miró, who went down in history as a surrealist artist but who experienced several expressive models during his lengthy career, ranging from Dadaism to Surrealism up to Expressionism.

For more info: Mirň - Torino