PARCO DELLE SCULTURE ARTLINE MILANO
MM5 Tre Torri
COURTYARD EX ANSALDO AREA I Trenta, a mural by Flavio Favelli
Curated by Alice Cosmai and Alessandro Oldani - Milano Public Art, in collaboration with Base Milano The mural by Flavio Favelli is linked to "Rainbow. Colori e meraviglie tra miti, arti e scienza" the exhibition, set up in the exhibition spaces of the MUDEC, and reinterprets thirty passports from different countries of the world, reproduced in a range of colors that recalls the gradient of the rainbow.
Via Tortona 54
MM2 Porta Genova
April 15 - July 2
Outside Triennale Milano, Nico Vascellari's Falena is a monumental installation whose form resembles that of a sun. It is made of four overlapping tiers of gold-plated sickles, mounted radially to form a big circle that is two and a half meters in diameter and resembles the sun's beams.
With its shapes, it recalls and incorporates the different symbologies inherent to the image of the sickle, the sun, the moth which themselves allude to agricultural activities, rituals, magic, and the divine. The installation will enter the Triennale Collection.
Viale Alemagna, 6
TRIENNALE - MILANO ARTE PUBBLICA
Franco Mazzucchelli. Aria, terra, acqua
From 13 to 26 April
Franco Mazzucchelli has been known since the 1960s for the creation of inflatable sculptures in PVC, often exhibited in urban and natural spaces or on bodies of water in Italy and abroad. The artist returns to Milan with a double intervention: in Garden of the Triennale Milano, from April 12, the public will be able to interact with a selection of his inflatables, while from April 14 a spectacular inflatable sculpture will be on display on the Darsena dei Navigli.
DAYS AND OPENING HOURS
april 13th - 16th: 12 am – 10 pm
april 17th (extra opening): 11 am – 10 pm
april 18th - 23d: 11 am – 10 pm
april 25th - 26th: 12 am – 10 pm
Viale Alemagna, 6
From 14 to 26 April
ASSOCIAZIONE ATELIER SPAZIO XPO’
in ambito TUNNEL BOULEVARD
Curated by Christian Gangitano (asXPO), in collaboration with Elisabetta Bianchissi (T12Lab), Luca Rossetti (B-Cam), Vincenzo Salvi (COOP Comin), Casa degli Artisti Milano
In this second phase (reload), the via Padova’s tunnel is renewed, after the first “Travel Diary“ gallery created by the Argentine artist Pablo Pinxit, it presents a new artistic intervention in the railway underpass (both street sides, with a view to recognizing and enhancing urban art forms such as poster art - paste-up, its ephemeral nature in continuous evolution with the territories where it is positioned and which clearly expresses what the via Padova tunnel (and the Tunnel Boulevard project ) wants to be: a place in which to express and experience a dimension of public, social, regenerated space.
vat the corner of via Pontano and via Padova