Recommendations of what to see in the Milan art scene this month by our local insider, Sara Cattaneo.

I.

Exhibition: Moving Worlds II
Artist: various artists
Venue: Podbielski Contemporary
Dates: Until November 13th, 2018

 

After seven long years, Podbielski Contemporary leaves Berlin and arrives in Milan. The first exhibition in the fresh new headquarters in town is the collective project entitled Moving Worlds II. The exhibition is a continuation of the curatorial project launched in Berlin in 2011, and propose a double interpretation of the spaces: both geopolitical and psychological, which reflect the rapidity of the changes and the new  challenges connected to them. A new gallery with an ancient history, not to be missed.

 Courtesy Podbielski Contemporary

Courtesy Podbielski Contemporary

II.

Exhibition: all all all
Artist: Herman De Vries
Venue: Cortesi Gallery
Dates: Until November 30th, 2018

 

Cortesi Gallery presents the work of dutch artist Herman De Vries. The exhibition, brings together a series of significant examples of the artist work, to retrace the key stages in his creative career. A unique opportunity to see a such large collections of works of one of the most significant artist of his generation,  Must to see.

 Photo by Bruno Bani Cortesi Gallery, London, Milan, Lugano

Photo by Bruno Bani Cortesi Gallery, London, Milan, Lugano

III.

Exhibition: Furla Series #02 | Haegue Yang: Tightrope Walking And Its Wordless Shadow
Artist: Haegue Yang
Venue: La Triennale di Milano
Dates: Until November 4th, 2018

 

La Triennale di Milano hosts the first solo exhibition of Haegue Yang in an Italian institution. Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow is divided into three environments that through the combination of iconic works and new productions and returns the recurring elements in the work of the artist. In this September of first times, this is perhaps the most interesting.

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