Museo del Novecento
The Museo del Novecento, located in Piazza del Duomo, hosts a collection of over four thousand works that catalyze the development of 20th century Italian art, offering a comprehensive insight into the collections that the city of Milan has inherited over time.
Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci
Housed in an early sixteenth-century Olivetan monastery, the “Leonardo da Vinci” National Museum is the largest science and technology museum in Italy. Its collections illustrate the evolutions in science and technology starting from the era of Leonardo da Vinci.
Fondazione ICA Milano is an institute for all the arts, an organism for contemporary culture and an ecological project for art based on the principle of sustainability and on relations between people, their contexts and the art world.
BASE is a project for cross-pollination between the arts, enterprises, technology and social innovation. Today the project is manifested in a 12,000m2 space dedicated to exhibitions, performances, workshops and conferences, with a large studio and artists’ residence.
GASC Galleria d’Arte Sacra Contemporanea
Founded in 1955 in the halls of the eighteenth-century building Villa Clerici Niguarda in Milan, GASC Galleria d’Arte Sacra Contemporanea is the first of sacred contemporary art gallery in Italy, holding a huge collection of artworks ranging from the 20th century to nowadays.
Wurmkos is a visual arts laboratory created in 1987. It’s an open place, inspired by the ideas of Franco Basaglia, where the artists’ work has been assimilated in contemporary art tout court, avoiding the label of Outsider Art.