Until 12th September 2016, Milan will be a worldwide focus point.
The XXIst Triennale International Exhibition that opened in April, has turned the city into an open-air exhibition-workshop that brings together a range of expressive languages with spaces for reflection, information and new design.
“21st Century. Design After Design.” is the title of this initiative that has a packed calendar of main and side events - including exhibitions, conferences, workshops and festivals - that seek to «decipher the new millennium and identify the changes that affect the very idea of design.»
What will your city be like in the near future?
You can find out at the Triennale. At their summer event, Meet the Media Guru's “Future way of living”, organised in collaboration with the Triennale, Institute without Boundaries and the George Brown College, you can meet a number of international design, urban planning and economic and social sustainability gurus, who are here to discuss «how the architectural, urban and therefore social change generated by the Digital Era constitutes a genuine anthropological revolution.»
In the same spirit as the Triennale, Cooperativa Ceramica d'Imola also gives an insight into the future of domestic design with an exhibition at the Palazzo della Permanente, entitled"Ceramics after Ceramics: Cooperativa Ceramica d'Imola,1874/2016" that will last for the entire duration of the Triennale.
In this exhibition, Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola and its curator, Aldo Colonetti,have distilled the company's best moments and projects into a spectacular 140 year mosaic of “Matter, Nature and Creativity”.
"Ceramics after Ceramics: Cooperativa Ceramica d'Imola,1874/2016"recounts the present and future of ceramics, a material we have always lived with and which is highly practical as well as offering pure aesthetic and synaesthetic experiences that delight our intellect and senses.
The exhibits include works by Arnaldo Pomodoro, Aldo Spoldi and the winners of the NEST Award.
There is also a curious installation that gives visitors a special perspective on the exhibition and invites them to track their experience and become part of the community… #ImolaInLove.
Find out more about the initiative using the hashtag #ImolaInLove.
“Ceramics after Ceramics: Cooperativa Ceramica d'Imola, 1874/2016” is on display
at the Palazzo della Permanente in via F. Turati 34, until 12th September 2016
Opening times: Tuesday to Sunday: 10.30 - 20.30