Sometime, Milano can be an interesting place for art lovers affected by a sweet nostalgia. During this Christmas holiday, thirty years of Italian Art, from the 1950s to the 1970s, are displayed in many venues, both public museums and private galleries. Among the others, at Triennale, some “verifiche” (art tests) by Gianfranco Baruchello are shown, with his Cold cinema, drawings and paintings; next to it, you can find the creativity – from art to design to architecture – by Ugo La Pietra, super good at the beginning of the career. Galleria Lia Rumma presents the same theme approached by Ugo Mulas. At Museo de Novecento the focus is on Yves Klein and Lucio Fontana. Alighiero e Boetti at Christian Stein completes this sophisticated art tour.
For art enthusiasts with a more contemporary taste, don’t miss Celine Condorelli at Hangar Bicocca and Marvin Gaye Chetwind at Massimo de Carlo.