6 June-15 Sept. The annual Arianteo programme. The arrival of warm summer evenings is bringing back Milan’s popular Arianteo programme of open-air screenings in five locations across the city until 15 September. Details of the full programme will be available from 5 June on the Arianteo website. Screenings will be in the Chiostro dell’Incoronata in
Two months of fine-art photography. From 20 April to 20 June, Milano Photofestival will offer the best contributions to the world of fine-art photography in exhibition spaces across the metropolitan area. Reflecting Milan’s increased significance as a touristic and cultural centre, this year’s edition is sub-titled “Reality and Future – From Milan to the World”.
13 April-17 Sept. “New York New York – Italian Art at the Rediscovery of America” is divided between Milan’s Museo del Novecento and the Gallerie d’Italia, with over 150 works by Italian artists who travelled, lived, worked and exhibited in the United States, and in particular in New York. The exhibition illustrates the stories of
1 Apr-25 June: From etchings to photography. Milan’s central Castello Sforzesco is the setting for an exhibition of the many reproductions inspired by Leonardo’s Last Supper, located nearby in the city’s convent of S. Maria delle Grazie. One of the world’s most famous paintings, the Cenacolo (as Jesus’ last supper with his disciples is called
First of this year’s series of Saturday events. The city’s botanical gardens will be open free to the public on the afternoon of Saturday 8 April with a programme for adults and children. Starting at 14.00 and continuing until 17.30, students from scientific high-schools will conduct guided tours around the almost 25,000 sqm gardens, created
28 Feb-14 March. Anna Netrebko (9,11,14 March) Leo Nucci and Francesco Meli sing in this Liliana Cavani 1990 production of Verdi’s ever-popular work. It is conducted by Nello Santi making his debut with a Verdi opera at La Scala. Ailyn Perez alternates with Netrebko in the role of Violetta on (28 Feb and 3, 5
Starting 28 Jan: Initiative by Touring Club Italiano The fascinating state archive of Milan will be open every Saturday until further notice, starting 28 January, for guided visits led by TCI volunteers. The beautiful 17th-century building in Via Senato 10 holds over 180,000 items including files, maps and other documents, as well as 150,000 parchments,
A week of concerts, plays, shows and parties will culminate on 24 June with a ...