Gallerie d’Italia - Milano: a place of art and culture

The image of the news that talks about the headquarters of the Gallerie d'Italia in Milan portrays the facade of the building of the Gallerie d'Italia in Piazza Scala in Milan, in a somewhat dark context, with the internal lights on as well as those of the street lamps in the square

The Gallerie d’Italia – Milan are distributed between Palazzo Brentani, Palazzo Anguissola Antona Traversi and the former Banca Commerciale Italiana, three symbolic buildings of the city that were designed between the end of the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth century by the two most important Italian architects of the period.

Alongside the permanent exhibitions, Milan’s Gallerie d’Italia are offering temporary exhibitions staged in accordance with original scientific projects, thanks to loans and exchanges with major national and international museum institutions.

In addition to being a museum space, the Gallerie d’Italia - Milan represent a point of reference in the cultural life of the territory with a rich agenda of events, such as conferences, study days, book presentations and poetry readings; also intense the teaching activity dedicated to children and older people, which has involved, free of charge, thousands of children and young people from the territory’s schools.


"An unexpected collection. A journey through contemporary painting and sculpture”
The image that accompanies the News on the new temporary exhibition itinerary “An unexpected collection. A journey into the contemporary between painting and sculpture" at the Gallerie d'Italia-Milan, portrays the work Complex Form by Sol LeWitt

The new temporary exhibition itinerary, curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, focuses on the dialogue between the varying sculptural research of some of the leading exponents of the 20th century in comparison with important insights into post-World War II painting.

Sol LeWitt (Hartford, Connecticut 1928 - New York 2007) Complex Form, 1986 - pigmenti e vernice su legno compensato, 188 x 510 x 200 cm - Collezione Intesa Sanpaolo © Archivio Patrimonio Artistico Intesa Sanpaolo / foto Andrea Bianco, Cosenza © SOL LEWITT, by SIAE 2023