The organizer of the Milan Triennale is the non-profit cultural foundation of the same name, established in 1923, specializing in exhibitions and other activities related to architecture, design, decorative arts, fashion, new media and urban design. The Triennale was originally held in Monza, near Milan. It was officially moved to Milan in 1933. It has been held for 20 years and was suspended in 1996. A major event in the Italian fashion and architectural design industry, the Milan Triennale was relaunched from April 2 to September 12, 2016 after a 20-year suspension. The organizer determined the theme of this year's triennial as "21st Century: Design after Design".
The Milan Triennale is one of the best in the Milan Art Festival. Anyone who wants to explore art must take a look at what is the new life model and what is the hope for the future. Here is a masterpiece at the master level!
This is a great space for exhibitions, mostly contemporary art. It's located inside the Parco Sempione, the main park in Milan, so together they make a lovely and quaint little afternoon. The café is lovely.
Really great place for design and modern art, many different exhibition per year, events, also a bar/restaurant. Arty and design lovers WILL LOVE
A wonderful museum with an unusually calm atmosphere for Milan. The exhibitions revolve around design, not only Italy's rich history in the field but also the international context. The surrounding park is a wonderful place to enjoy the sun as well.
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La Triennale di Milano is a design museum and events venue in Milan, Italy, located inside the Palace of Art building, part of Parco Sempione, the park grounds adjacent to Castello Sforzesco. It hosts exhibitions and events which highlight contemporary Italian design, urban planning, architecture, music, and media arts, emphasizing the relationship between art and industry. The museum houses the Collezione Permanente, a collection of significant objects in contemporary Italian design.The museum has been the venue for the Milan Triennial Exhibition of Decorative Arts and Modern Architecture; recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions, this major exhibition has been held thirteen times so far, the latest one in 1996.The museum also manages La Triennale di Milano Tokyo Museum, located in the Shiodome district of Tokyo, Japan.