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Vincent Van Gogh at Mudec: Artist and Reader

Vincent Van Gogh at Mudec in Milan promises to be the most popular exhibition to take place this fall in the city. The exhibition runs from the 21st of September 2023 to the 8th January 2024. The Mudec also known as the Museum of Culters in one of the most important cultural institutions of the capital of fashion. Its origin dates back to the early 90s when the Milan Municipality decided to convert the old industrial plant of Ansaldo into a hub for art in its many forms.

Jimmy Nelson’s exhibition at Palazzo Reale, Milan

The Jimmy Nelson's exhibition will be hosted in the stunning Palazzo Reale in Milan from the 20th of September 2023 to the 21st of January 2024. Born in 1967 Jimmy Nelson is a photographer who dedicated his life and work mostly to the depiction of tribal and indigenous people around the world. It is the first time that a solo exhibition of the work by this talented artist takes place in Italy

Thao Nguyen Phan at Pirelli Hangar Bicocca in Milan

This fall promises to be very exciting for contemporary art lovers. The Pirelli Hangar Bicocca has a full schedule ahead which starts on the 14th of September with the exhibition titled "Reincarnation of shadows" by the Vietnamese artist Thao Nguyen Phan. The venue is also well known by art enthusiasts given the astonishing permanent collection which includes the Seven Heavenly Palaces by the German artist Anselm Kiefer

The Venice Film Festival Turns 80

The 80th edition of the International Film Festival will take place on the Lido di Venezia from the 30th of August to the 9th of September 2023, directed by Alberto Barbera and organized by the Biennale chaired by Roberto Cicutto. The opening film will be Comandante by Edoardo de Angelis, who replaced Luca Guadagnino's Challengers following Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's decision to postpone the film's release due to the strike by the American Actors Union (SAG-AFTRA)

The Milan Cathedral: marbles and marvels

The Duomo of Milan or the Milan Cathedral with its 11.700 square meters surface is the fifth largest church of the world. The third if we only consider Catholic churches (the first two are the St. Peter's Basilica in Rome and the cathedral of Seville in Spain). The gothic cathedral is widely considered as the main landmark of the city of Milan and it is dedicated to the St. Mary of the Nativity.