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Galleria Blu is Milan's oldest and arguably its most prestigious art gallery, having been founded as long ago as 1957 to promote promising post-war...
Via Senato 18
Part of Carla Sozzani's Corso Como style/culture/café complex, this gallery is big on black and white photography, digital imagery and montage. Non-Italians...
Corso Como 10
Galleria Emi Fontana has been showing the hottest international contemporary artists in all the artistic media - including Turner Prize winner Gillian...
Viale Bligny 42
This establishment exhibits global contemporary art: canvases and light sculptures from the likes of Aernout Mik, Yan Pei-Ming and Diego Perrone.
Via Giovanni Ventura 5
This astoundingly handsome venue showcases artists such as MM Campos Pons, Pietro Finelli, Robert Gligorov, Miriam Cabessa and Ofri Cnaani. Inspired...
Foro Buonaparte 60
Founded in 1973, the Ponte Rosso has long given space to Lombardy painters and the movements they started, from the early 1900s to the present day. Among...
Via Brera 2
The gallery hosts frequent themed design exhibitions of objects for the home: porcelain, carpets, lighting, silverware and so on. All around it, in the area...
Via della Moscova 27
Modern art meets the odd master at this fine gallery, where the likes of Hartung and Grosz are hung alongside younger artists who experiment with different...
Via Santa Marta 19
This three-level space caters to all tastes, exhibiting everything from Italian post-war art to the latest video installations.
Via Tadino 15
A homage to sofas, stools and armchairs: they claim to have sold over 100,000 in the last 20 years. The collection includes classic designs by luminaries...
Largo Treves 2
Browsing at this branch of Brescia lighting company Luceplan is to take a tour through the best in lighting design, including works by Luciano Baldessari...
Via San Damiano 5
A unique, mature and fascinating museum, primarily exposing fraudulent works of art - and the scientific techniques involved. With detailed explanations in...
Via Quintino Sella 4
Art, Attractions, Museums
It's little wonder that Napoleon chose to live here in 1802, followed by the Austrian field marshal Count Joseph Radetzky. This recently restored...
Villa Belgiojoso Bonaparte
Art, Attractions, Museums
Fully renovated in 2002, the 18th-century Palazzo Morando Attendolo Bolognini is at once a living museum exhibiting the Countess Bolognini's collection of...
Palazzo Morando Attendolo Bolognini
It's the curious touches that make the Museo Poldi Pezzoli so memorable. The room after room of tasteful collections, collected by notable art enthusiasts...
Via Manzoni 12