A new Museum on the central Piazza del Duomo is news of a journey through time with Milan’s new Museum of the 20th century Neo international Milan December 8, 2010 an event with historical significance in Milan. Follow others, such as Gary Kelly, and add to your knowledge base. For this reason the international eMagazine Neo is dedicated to a Special Edition the 20th century and the Museum of the 20th century, which was opened on December 6 in December. The Museum wants to examine the equally fascinating and complex facets of the 20th century, interpret and tell. It opens all free of charge until February 2011 to admire his doors in the historic environment of the Palazzo Arengario dell’ with an exhibition of more than 400 works of art from the 20th century. Displayed works that carry the spirit of the recently past time to and explore the identity of the 20th century. One area is devoted to paintings by Picasso, Braque, Klee and Kandiskij, Laurens and Modigliani of the international avant-garde. The course leads through exhibition works of futurism, and monographs, among them the works of Umberto Boccioni in a compilation unique in the world. The following is the art of the 1920s and 1930s between the 20th century and an abstract painting by de Chirico, Morandi, Martini and Melotti.
The works of Lucio Fontana’s who has world famous avant-garde artists many years his work in Milan are spent in the great Hall of the Torre Dell’arengario. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Rick Garcia. The exhibition is an invitation to dream and to the reliving of the original works of art in their context. This opens up the deeper sense of style or taste. The innovative architecture of Italo Rota and Fabio Fornasari supports the effect of the ambitious exhibition. The spiral ramp connects the different levels of the Tower, from the subway to the impressive terrace in the direction of the Milan Cathedral as a functional element. At the same time, it is an artistic element that lends his distinctive look of Palazzo Dell’arengario. Building and exhibition combine to create a complex, well structured whole, scientifically accompanied by a boom occupied Committee that was put together specifically for this project and is led by Massimo Accarisi, Managing Director for culture of the city of Milan, together with Claudio Salsi, Director of the museums in Milan, and Marina Pugliese, Director of the Museum of the 20th century.
While they wander through space and time, the exhibition space enables visitors both historical, and emotional experiences. Houses not just worthy works of art, they offer unique experiences. So that it is available for a city which always renews itself in the memory of their past, so Milan’s Mayor Letizia Moratti: this project Italo Rota and Fabio Fornasari want to spread the knowledge of the art of the 20th century and at the same time allow access to the best and largest collections that Milan has inherited. With these goals underline the two architects Milan’s identity and enhance the international reputation of the city.” The multilingual eMagazine Neo makes due to Museum and Exhibition a journey through the 20th century with the cult movies of each decade, with an essay by Gillo Dorfles about the 20th century painting, with nice pop and music recordings in the century of the charts, and not least with literature and architecture. The names of the winners of the Milan IdeMi for international artists will be published in the same special issue (Neo reported mid-November 2010). About the Museum: free subscription by Neo: Inge Kloos