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06/09/2021

TASTE FOR DESIGN – GALLERIA GABURRO, MILAN

For 10 years Taste Festivals has filled Italy with dishes.Taste of Milano celebrates the city's best gastronomic proposals and gathers thousands of people in one location, in 2021 Taste evolves and proposes a route to devour the city in partnership with Milan's most important locations Fuori Salone. Galleria Gaburro, together with Martini's cocktail Fiero and Birrificio Angelo Poretti paired with finger food from one of Taste of Milano's chefs, hosts an aperitivo Tuesday September 07 from 19:30 to 21:00.Taste of Milano7 Septmber 2021Galleria GaburroVia Cerva 2520122 MilanFrom 19:30 to 21.00
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25/05/2021

GALLERIA GABURRO OPENS A NEW EXHIBITION SPACE IN MILAN

We are glad to announce the opening of our brand new exhibition space in Milan, in conjunction we have decided to renew the gallery's identity evolving in Galleria Gaburro to express in the best way possible the personality of whom represents it.

In a time of financial difficulty, marked by so many closures in our field, we have decided to invest in a new project in the heart of Lombardy's main city, capital of fashion, design and finance, from the very beginning incubator of creativity and a contemporary city committed to internationality.

The new exhibition space will open to the public from Thursday May 27th and protagonists of this new project

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06/05/2021

ANDREA FACCO - 141 UN SECOLO DI DISEGNO IN ITALIA

Until the 24th of June at Fondazione del Monte of Bologna it will be possible to visit the exhibition "141 un secolo di disegno in Italia (a century of drawing in Italy)", curated by Maura Pozzati and Claudio Musso. The exhibit focuses on the evolution of drawing as technique throughout the Italian art of the last century. Between the artists featured Andrea Facco, Alighiero Boetti, Umberto Boccioni, Giacomo Balla, Giorgio Morandi, Lucia Fontana and many others.Andrea Facco141 un secolo di disegno in Italiacurated by Maura Pozzati e Claudio Musso27 April
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19/04/2021

6 DAY PLAY BY HERMANN NITSCH POSTPONED TO 2022

The 6 day play, scheduled for 5-11 July 2021, has been postponed to July 2022 due to Covid-19 restrictions. The event would be the second one organized inside the Prinzendorf Castle, after the controversial 6 day play that took place in 1998. This kind of artistic event is a synaesthesia of all the arts: music, painting and theatre are to merge to a climax in this play. All the senses are intensely challenged.Hermann Nitsch6 day playJuly 2022Prinzendorf CastleSchloss 12185 PrinzendorfAustriaInfo: verein@nitsch.orgTel. +43 1 513 55 30
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