February will be a month full of interesting events for art and culture enthusiasts in Milan. We’ll highlight some unmissable appointments.
On the artistic front, the exhibition on Arrigo Arrighetti at the Polytechnic is certainly worth a visit, presenting a retrospective of the Milanese architect through original projects and archival materials. For photography lovers, the exhibition on Juergen Teller at the Triennale, with over 1,000 shots of the famous German photographer, is a must-see.
For those interested in the world of design and local craftsmanship, the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum will host an exhibition dedicated to the archive of Pier Fausto Bagatti Valsecchi on landscape architecture and gardens. Officine Saffi is open for registration for new ceramic workshops.
Among the special events this month, I would point out the Art City White Night that will liven up museums and exhibition spaces until late at night. And the new edition of Photofestival, with installations and photographic exhibitions throughout the city.
Here is a list of places, dates and brief descriptions of the mentioned events and exhibitions:
- “Arrigo Arrighetti Architect” – Polytechnic University of Milan, until March 25. Retrospective of the architect with original projects and archival materials.
- “Allan McCollum – Minime Variazioni” – Fumagalli Gallery, until March 29. Installation by the American artist with conceptual works.
- “Juergen Teller – I need to live” – Triennale Milan, until April 1. Over 1,000 shots of the German photographer.
- “Experiencing the Archive. Pier Fausto Bagatti Valsecchi and Landscape Architecture” – Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, until February 25. Archive of the architect on gardens and landscapes.
- Ceramic workshops – Officine Saffi, until March 25. New ceramic courses.
- Art City White Night – February 18. Art all-nighter event.
- Photofestival – until March 31. Widespread photography festival.
A rich calendar of cultural events that will make February a stimulating month to discover new exhibitions and happenings in Milan.