milan — There are new openings all over Milan ready to become new hotspots for those who are tired of the ‘usual’ places.
A new Louis Vuitton destination has opened in a renovated 1930s building formerly known as Traversi’s Garage. Divided into three floors, the first floor and his second floor are dedicated to the women’s and men’s collections respectively, and are also recognizable by his palette of selected colors of pink and yellow for women and Keaton blue for men. The top floor hosts special Louis Vuitton projects, including pop-ups and art exhibitions.
To coincide with the global launch of the Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama collection, the 3rd floor will present an immersive installation into the world of Japanese artists. Countless “infinity dots” cover the floor and walls. The collection sells bags, shoes, fragrances, men’s and women’s clothing. As a finishing touch, three giant, brightly colored pumpkins are placed on the building’s terrace. It is a symbol of the artist’s dichotomy, of her alter-ego, her hostile nature, her fears and anxieties, and her reassuring memories of her childhood. said the house.
Via Bagutta, 2 – 20121
Phone number 02-00-66-08888
Il Marchese Milano
Roman tradition arrives with Il Marchese in the heart of Milan, in the artistic district of Brera. A few steps from La Scala, this restaurant is his second restaurant owned by Davide Solari and Lorenzo Renzi.
The elegant tavern serves Roman classics such as pasta amatriciana, cacio e pepe, carbonara and gricia straight from the pot. The setting, inspired by the much-loved Italian film called ‘Il Marchese del Grillo’ starring Alberto Sordi, offers guests the possibility to experience all the charm of 19th-century aristocracy. It offers. The location is sophisticated, featuring neoclassical style and acclaimed Milanese marble. The specialty is Amaro Sakaba, which has more than 600 kinds of sake.
Il Marchese Milano
Via dei Bossi, 3 – 20121
Phone number 02-58-12-4986
“Do it right” is the motto of Chef Riccardo Quadri. He recently launched his first solo project at his Bistro Quadri on Via Solferino, which encompasses everything from aperitifs to fine dining. Quadri reinterprets Italian and French cuisine in a contemporary way, combining seasonal vegetables with asparagus risotto and Japanese scallops and curry. The drink list was specially compiled by the young bartender, and one of his suggestions is the Quadritini, which is based on vodka, gin, and extra his dry his vermouth. The lounge, long counter cocktail bar, living room, and restaurant room are collaborations with local craftsmen.
Via Solferino, 48 – 20121
Phone number 02-47-75-5505
In the case of this ancient work, the concept of recycling becomes an exhibition at the Fondazione Prada. Running until February 27th, the work focuses on the topical moments when ancient debris and ruins abandon their pristine state, gaining new meaning through reuse. The project is being developed in his two buildings at the Foundation, his Podium and Cistern. First, visitors can work directly with the works and examine them in detail. In Cistern, on the other hand, encounters with objects occur gradually, facilitating different perspectives, such as the narrow perspective of a room constructed within an existing environment. The core of the work also highlights how the recycling of works of art ensured their preservation when transformed into decoration, such as the marble table (4th century AD) depicting the life of Achilles. increase.
Largo Isarco, September 2, 2013
Phone number 02-56-66-2611
“Max Ernst” show
German poet, sculptor and art theorist Max Ernst presents his first retrospective at Palazzo Reale, presenting 400 works including paintings, sculptures and photographs from museums, foundations and private collections around the world. increase. The exhibition groups works from four major periods into nine themed rooms. Among them is “Eros and Metamorphoses”, which reflects the central role that love, friendship and eroticism played in his poetic choices. The art of sculpture and goldsmiths, on the other hand, is highlighted with a “pleasure to the eye” that shows the role of nature and landscape in the artist’s life.For a leap into the Renaissance, still at Palazzo Reale, the painter Hieronymus Bosch will be unveiled at an exhibition titled “Bosch Mutual Renaissance”.
Piazza Duomo, 12 – 20122
Phone number 02-88-46-5230
“Japan. Body Perform Live”
PAC brings Japan and its history to Milan. With this exhibition, the museum continues to explore the continent with contemporary art. This exhibit presents the work of his 17 artists born between 1924 and his 1987 and how they were affected by World War II.
PAC Padiglione D’arte Contemporarya
Via Palestro, 14 – 20121
Phone number 02-88-44-6359