Expo Milano 2015: the 5 design events not to be missed

Expo Milano 2015: the 5 design events not to be missed

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A must-attend event for all design enthusiasts and professionals, Expo Milano opens its doors until October 31, 2015. Designed as a universal exhibition, this event brings together more than 130 countries, and should attract no less than 20 million visitors . Developed around an essential theme - feeding the planet, energy for life - the 2015 edition goes beyond the function of an exhibition container and offers a participatory process aimed at actively involving the general public, as well as the many actors of the exhibition. Between thematic architectural paths and reflections on the theme of "food", Expo Milano 2015 offers a space for debate, associated with a real trip around the world. Overview of the 5 events not to be missed.

Food in art, masterpieces of the great masters, from the 17th century at Warhol: an exhibition anchored in the theme of Expo Milano 2015

Vincenzo Campi, Mangiatoridi ricotta In Brescia, until June 14, 2015, Expo Milano 2015 offers us an artistic menu: "Food in art, masterpieces of great masters, from the 17th century to Warhol", an abundant exhibition. Deeply rooted in the theme of Expo Milano 2015 - feeding the planet, energy for life - this exhibition traces, chronologically, the food and dishes from their native lands, magnified by masters from the 16th to the 19th century. From "Mangiatori di ricotta" (The ricotta eaters) by Vincenzo Campi to "Piatto di pesche" (Peach dish) by Ambrogio Figino - the first still life in the history of Italian Art, made five years before the "Fruit basket" by Caravaggio - passing by the "Tavolo con angurie" (Table with watermelons) by the divisionist Emilio Longoni up to "L'Ultima Cena" (Last Supper) by Andy Warhol - famous reinterpretation of the work Leonardo da Vinci, by the American pop artist; in total, a hundred paintings, most of them belonging to the history of Italian art from the end of the 16th century to the present day, which are exhibited. * Exhibition "Food in art, masterpieces of the great masters, from the 17th century to Warhol" - Brescia - Via dei Musei Palazzo Martinengo *

Food, the science of seeds on plates: an exhibition to see, touch and smell

DR Until June 28, 2015, the exhibition "Food, the science of seeds on plates", directed by Dario Bressanini, with the scientific coordination of Beatrice Mautino, opens its doors to you. On the program: guided tours for young and old, around a fun theme, the Christmas meal. Throughout the exhibition - divided into 4 sections: seeds, the history of food, cooking and the five senses - you will explore the scientific and cultural curiosities of food. An initiatory and innovative journey! * Exhibition "Food, the science of seeds on plates" - 55, Corso Venezia Museum of Natural History of Milan *

La Grande Madre: an exhibition on the creative power of women in art

Hannah Hoch / Dorothea Lange / Oscar Bony Designed and produced by the Nicola Trussardi Foundation and the Royal Palace of Milan for Expo in città 2015, the exhibition "La Grande Madre" will open on August 25, 2015. On the program: installations, exceptional videos and photographic cycles. Goals ? Analyze the iconography and the representation of the feminine condition and motherhood in art, from futuristic, Dadaist and surreal avant-garde to today, including feminist artists of the sixties and seventies. But also launch a process of reflection on the presence of women in society. Among the 127 artists exhibited, you can admire the works of Giannina Censi, Marisa Mori, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Frida Kahlo, Dora Maar, Maria Maiolino, Yoko Ono, Barbara Kruger or Cindy Sherman… * Exhibition "La Grande Madre" - Piazza del Duomo 12 Milano Palazzo Reale *

The Summer Schools project @ EXPO2015

DR Launched by the University of Milan-Bicocca and sponsored by Expo Milano 2015, the Summer Schools @ EXPO2015 project offers you a floor on the themes of the universal exhibition: feeding the planet, energy for life, in order to deepen the relationship of food to rights, culture, sustainable development and health. How? 'Or' What ? Thanks to a program of 23 intensive short courses (one to two weeks) in English, also open to foreign students. Please note: credits will of course be granted to students for each course and all registered students will be able to benefit from a free visit to the Expo Milano 2015 site. * Find the course calendar and register on the Expo Milano 2015 *