If don’t know what to do this weekend in Milan, here you can find some tips and suggestions to make your Weekend in Milan unforgettable!
- Bill Viola at the Crypt of San Sepolcro
Bill Viola returns to Milan with an extraordinary show in the Crypt of Saint Sepulcher from October 17, 2017 to January 28, 2018 in an imaginary dialogue with Caravaggio.
The exhibition features three video works that create a dialogue between a place of extreme spirituality and history such as the Crypt, located in the ancient heart of the city of Milan and the themes that Viola explores in its works such as birth, death, resurrection and human conscience.
A Crypt that through the three video works brings the spectator closer to understanding the imperceptible perimeter between life and death, which shows the deep emotions of the people and portrays transformation at the time of death. Click here and book your visit!
- Autumn Festival in Lambrate
Back Saturday of Lambrate. Appointment on Saturday October 21 from 10 to 19 in via Conte Rosso and in Piazza Remembranze di Lambrate. The Autumn Festival will feature theater and music performances in the street, workshops and theme themed autumn … and of course Halloween. The Red Bazar will see more than 40 exhibitors, including artisans and illustrators from all over Italy, and theme workshops. On the stage is also agricultural market and live music. To reach Lambrate with Milan public transport, you can take green Milan metro and get off at Lambrate stop. Discover the opurtunity give you MilanoCard, the Milan City Pass! This card allow you free Milan Public Trasport, click here and find more.
- Chicago’s Second World War Art exhibition at the Prada Foundation
In this exposition, the aim is to focus on a painting featuring political commitment, figurative narrative and graphic radiance, which is why it is rejected by the dominant culture of New York during that period which, as we know, was more interested in the abstract and impersonal dimension art.
The exhibition is divided into three thematic insights conceived and handled by Germano Celant as an unicum – “Leon Golub”, “H. C. Westermann “and” Famous Artists from Chicago. 1965-1975 “- and dedicated to two generations of artists formed in Chicago between the 1950s and 1960s.
You can get yellow Milan metro and get off at Lodi stop, a few steps from the station, in Largo Isarco 2, you can find Prada Foundation. Click here and dicover how to get free Milan public transport with MilanoCard!