Milan Spring&Summer’s Exhibitions and Art Shows

Spring has arrived and  a year full of events dedicated to art in Milan has begun, between contemporary and Renaissance,

up to ancient art and the recovery of figures of the past.

The first months of the new year as always will be characterized by the conclusion of the exhibitions of 2021,

and then to move on to the new, great season of Milanese art. 


Henri Cartier Bresson. Cina (February 18th – July 3rd, 2022)

Two reportage from China from 1948 to  1958

Marc Chagall. A tale of two worlds ( March 16th – July 31st, 2022)

With over one hundred works from the vast collection of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, the exhibition is dedicated specifically to Marc Chagall’s graphic illustrations and it traces the fundamental themes of the artist’s life and works.

LaChapelle. I believe in miracles (22nd April – 11th September 2022)

Palazzo Reale

Tiziano – Titian’s Vision of Women (February 23rd -June 5th, 2022)

A hundred works comprising 47 paintings, juxtaposed with sculptures, objects of applied art such as jewels, a beautiful dress by Roberto Capucci created as a homage to Isabella d’Este (1994), books and illustrations will entice the visitors on a journey through the beauty and grandeur of women seen through the eyes of the great artists.

Dolce&Gabbana. Dal cuore alle mani (9th April – 17th July 2022)

PAC – Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea

Artur Żmijewski.(25th March – 12th June 2022)

First solo exhibition in Italy by Artur Żmijewski, one of the most important radical figures on the Polish art scene.

y joining the guided tours of the neighbourhood murals, looking upwards to spot original and incredible facades. High up on some buildings, you will be fascinated discover complex large-scale “nests” by Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata until July 23rd: made from wood, these are four site-specific installations in some interior spaces and on the facades of the Grand Hotel et de Milan, the Cariplo Foundation Congress Centre and the Cortile della Magnolia, Palazzo di Brera. 

At the end of March, the Milanese “temples” of contemporary art – Fondazione Prada and Hangar Bicocca – respectively inaugurated two new exhibitions, Useless Bodies? and Steve McQueen’s Sunshine State

And until May 14th, the FOG Triennale performing arts project invites esteemed international performance artists to Milan with shows connected to the Triennale exhibitions and events.


All exhibitions can be reached from Residence PDN Milano taking Metro, Line 1 ( red line)  or for people that love sports, on foot or by bike with Bike Sharing service crossing the streets of the center of Milan.

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