XXII INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
Design Takes on Human Survival
The concept of the XXII International Exhibition, which will take place from 1th March to 1th September 2019 at Triennale di Milano,.
This new edition, entitled Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival, will be curated by Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
The theme of the XXII International Exhibition will be a means to reflect on the role of design in seeking a new balance between humans and nature. The principal aim of the project is to provide critical instruments to rethink lifestyles and habits, and to look to the future with a greater degree of awareness and sensitivity.
Those taking part in the meeting included Clarice Pecori Giraldi, Vice President of Triennale di Milano, Giuseppe Sala, Mayor of Milan, Ilaria Borletti Buitoni, Undersecretary to the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, Cristina Cappellini, Councillor for Culture, Identity and Autonomy of Regione Lombardia, Elena Vasco, Secretary-General of the Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce of Milan, Monza-Brianza and Lodi, Cristiano Musillo, Embassy Counsellor of the Directorate General for Cultural and Economic Promotion and Innovation, of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Claudio Luti, President of the Salone del Mobile of Milan.
Since 1923 La Triennale is an international institution which organises exhibitions and events about arts, designs, architecture, fashion, cinema, photography and theatre.
La Triennale di Milano is a place to hang out every day. Find books and objects at the Shop, do snack between iconic design chairs to the Caffè, relax in the garden, enjoy the panoramic restaurant Terrazza Triennale for a dinner with a view. Cross the suspended footbridge and discover the Italian design from a different point of view in the Design Museum spaces. Enjoy theater, music, dance and performing arts at the Teatro dell’Arte, La Triennale theatre.
Rick Owens Subhuman Inhuman Superhuman
15 DEC 2017 – 25 MAR 2018
“The clothes I make are my autobiography. They are the calm elegance I want to get to and the damage I’ve done on the way. They are an expression of tenderness and raging ego. They are an adolescent idealization and its inevitable defeat.”
On December 15, 2017 the Triennale di Milano will inaugurate a unique exhibition dedicated to visionary designer Rick Owens.
The Curve, the Triennale’s signature exhibition space, will be transformed by Rick Owens into an involving pathway through two decades of endless creativity: a selection of more than 100 garments, objects, accessories, furniture and runway videos will be displayed and connected through a spectacular site-specific installation created by the designer for the occasion.
999 A collection of questions about contemporary living
12 JAN – 2 APR 2018
The house, between analog and digital. New imaginaries transforming our lives. An exhibition collaborative, in constant change; in function of time and space. 999 questions to generate 999 possible ways to live. Home as we’ve never seen it before.
999 questions on contemporary living. Technological, social and economical changes. The house, actually, home. Better: the sense of home, the residences of our existences.
A series of Italian and international experiences, programmed to engage the public in an active way. Different things to do. Physical and digital spaces. Social media as well.
An exhibition to look at, touch and try. “If I listen I forget, if I see I remember, if I do I understand.”
An exhibition that acts as a broad home. A large home with all its various spaces, situations, activities and relationships. The visitor is taken on a true journey inside the home of the future (now, our present), moving from one space to another, interacting with all kinds of new ways to “live”.
From this point of view, the house is no longer a place, but an experience. This exhibition focuses on these new “experiences” of living.
A new “living” for which the line between inside and outside has become blurred and uncertain. A home stretched and opened to the world, a city welcoming different forms of living and inhabiting.
La Triennale di Milano
Viale Alemagna, 6 20121 – Milan