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Museo del Novecento

Modern and contemporary art in Milan

The Museo del Novecento, directed by Marina Pugliese, opened at the Palazzo dell’Arengario, in the very centre of Milan, in the autumn of 2010.



“Out!” — Art and Urban Space, 1968-1976

This exhibition presented some significant instances in the relationship between art and urban space in Italy between 1968 and 1976.


Photography from the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Collection

“Conversations” presented a selection of photographs from the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Collection, one of the most diverse corporate collections in the world.


Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo and the Fourth Estate

Ten years of passionate research

Italian master Pellizza da Volpedo’s The Fourth Estate is among the 20th-century works that left a mark from a social and political perspective, not just for its sheer artistic merits.

Claudia Gian Ferrari

Collecting Twentieth-Century Art

An exhibition that relates the life of a famous Milanese collector: pictures, works of art and other objects she owned give a revealing account of a significant part of the 20th century in Milan, thanks also to outstanding work done by Daniel Libeskind in designing the exhibition.


Close-Up of the Artist: Fabio Viale

Technical mastery and sensual beauty

A book published by Artivista presents the work of Italian artist Fabio Viale, whose sculptures astound viewers with their technical mastery and enchant them with the sensual beauty of their surfaces. Shapes inspired by ordinary objects subvert our expectations and assumptions with playful irony.


Mixed Media

An exhibition at Museo del Novecento

Held at Milan’s Museo del Novecento from March to September 2013, this exhibition took a look behind the scenes of 20th-century art, shedding light on how and why artists invented new techniques such as collage, assemblage, and photomontage, or used new kinds of materials and media, including plastic and video.