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Master of None: a tribute to Italy

  The second season of Master of None has jus been released on Netflix worlwide and has been a pleasure to find out how Italian it was. The show co -written by Alan Yang and Aziz Ansari, the comedian turned into actor turned into writer, opens in the small town…

The Armani Museum in Milan

The Armani museum is a must see for those who come to the city of Milan and one of the best museums in Milan. It was inaugurated in 2015 with a big party that saw the participation of international movie stars like Glenn Close and Sophia Loren to celebrate the 40th…

When Bollywood takes Milan

The city of Milan is becoming more and more popular among the producers of Bollywood movies thanks to its astonishing landmarks like the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the Duomo Cathedral and the Sforza Castle. Last week end the actors, dancers and the crew of a new Bollywood movie have shot some scenes…

100 years: the art of sculpture in Milan

From 1815 to 1915 the city of Milan became internationally known as the main hub of the art of sculpture. In the city artists like Medardo Rosso, Adolfo Wildt and Camillo Pacetti contributed to the creation of the so-called “Scuola di Milano” (the school of Milan) which constituted for a century…

Kishio Suga: here is what you missed!

Kishio Suga‘s exhibition in Milan is almost over. You only have a couple of days to enjoy the installation that are now on dispaly at the Pirelli Hangar Bicocca. The exhibtion called “Situations” ran from the 30th of September 2016 and is going to end on Sunday the 5th of…

Hangar Bicocca: the permanent collection

The Hangar Bicocca is a stunning example of redevelopment of an old industrial complex that dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. The current building of the Hangar Bicocca used to be the main factory where were manufactured “…railway carriages, electric and steam locomotives, boilers, farm machinery and…