A multimedia exhibition in Palazzo Reale, produced along with the Municipality of Milan. The exhibition integrates diverse languages and skills, including video, graphic animation and interactive systems, to mount an intriguing, complex project.
The exhibition itinerary proceeds through a series of seven video installations, five of which are interactive. The installations envelop the viewer in a world of images and sounds based on Leonardo’s multifaceted legacy, through which the genius “speaks” of his time and of our own.
Each of the spectacular machines, freely inspired by Leonardo’s drawings, corresponds to one of the exhibition sections: Observations on Nature, The City, The Landscape, Peace Machines, War Machines, Anatomy Table, and Painting.
The temporary exhibition “Leonardo Da Vinci Parade” – curated and developed by the Museum – comprises a large selection of fascinating models built in the 1950s through the interpretation of Leonardesque drawings and frescoes by sixteenth century Lombard artists, granted for storage in 1952 by the Pinacoteca di Brera, directed at the time by Fernanda Wittgens. The Museum celebrates its origins by evocatively exhibiting the two collections with which it opened to the public on February 15th, 1953. Next to the machines there are recently restored plaster and terracotta models of military and civil architectures – many of which have not been on display for years.
The World of Leonardo Exhibition is one of the most important events of the year. This exhibition is not to be missed. The discovery of Leonardo da Vinci, the artist and inventor, with working models of his machines and digitalized restorations of his paintings, a worldwide first.
The Ambrosian Library, founded by Cardinal Federico Borromeo was conceived as a centre for study and culture. Through his intervention other institutions came to flourish alongside it, such as the Board of Fellows (Collegio dei Dottori, 1607), the Art Gallery (Pinacoteca, 1618) and the Academy of Drawing for teaching painting, sculpture and architecture (Accademia del Disegno, 1620).
The Library is one of the most important in the world. Its collections number more than a million printed volumes.
To celebrate the fifth centenary of Leonardo’s death, from March 1 to June 30, 2019, the Crypt of Leonard hosts a great exhibition by Leonardo da Vinci and Andy Warhol. Through immersive projections, the exhibition will guide you in the Milan lived, designed and imagined by Leonardo da Vinci, to end with the live view of The Last Supper by Andy Warhol, the artwork with which the father of Pop Art reinterpreted Leonardo’s masterpiece in 1986. This touching journey continues through the themes that Leonardo’s visionary mind had anticipated and which marked the history and development of Milan. These include the discovery of water, of the relationship with land and nature and of the technological and architectural innovation that has led to the city of skyscrapers and vertical woods (“Bosco Verticale“) that is Milan nowadays. A unique experience, to be lived in the city where Leonardo invented a new world with his painting, through a capacity for observation that has paved the way to the development of science. An experience that will allow you to immerse yourself in the Milan of music and solidarity, prefigured by the table of the Last Supper, which arrives at the Refectory Ambrosiano, thanks to the unveiling of Warhol’s artwork.
It is unique and numbered and will allow you to collect the memories of trips to Lombardy. Each page corresponds to a destination. For each destination, a thematic stamp. Receiving #thePassaporto is simple: on the site you fill out the form to get it. After completing the passport, you will get the #inLombardia certificate.
Gli itinerari presentati nell’App, pensati per un cicloturista, scorrono lungo tre Navigli (Grande, Pavese e di Bereguardo) e percorrono un tratto dall’antico tracciato della Via Francigena. La App è scaricabile da Google Play e App Store.
L’Abbonamento Musei è la carta annuale che permette di accedere liberamente e ogni volta che si vuole a musei e mostre di Milano e Lombardia aderenti al circuito. L’Abbonamento Musei è acquistabile e rinnovabile comodamente online o presso molti punti vendita del territorio.
Sul lago di Como, definito “il più telegenico dei laghi italiani”, si affaccia la Villa del Balbianello. Costruita nel 18° secolo, sul promontorio di Lenno che domina il lago, è gestita dal FAI. Nel 2002 è stata scelta da Lucas per girare alcune scene, ambientate sul pianeta Naboo, di Episodio II-L’attacco dei cloni. Nel 2006 è stata invece scelta come set per 007 – Casinò Royale.
Il Parco Nazionale delle incisioni rupestri della Val Camonica è stato il primo Patrimonio dell’Umanità riconosciuto in Italia.L’area si trova in Provincia di Brescia e, al 958, è Parco Nazionale e ospita, distribuiti su 24 comuni oltre 300mila petroglifici realizzati in un arco temporale di oltre 13 mila anni.
La professione liutaria si sviluppò a Cremona nel XVI secolo ed è legata alla figura di Antonio Stradivari. Oggi si può visitare l’esposizione dei suoi attrezzi e disegni originali allestita nella sua Casa. Oggi sono attive, e visitabile, 150 botteghe liutarie. Da non perdere il Museo del Violino e… l’ottima cucina.
11 cities of art (Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cremona, Lecco, Lodi, Mantua, Monza, Pavia, Sondrio), 110 masterpieces, 12 months of events to live an extraordinary experience. Choose your “cult city” in Lombardy, upload the itineraries and the agenda and experience a collectible weekend.
Bergamo and its valleys, Franciacorta, the lakes of Como, Varese and Garda, the Oltrepò Pavese, the Valtellina: here are some proposals for a trip through a very special region. To accompany you starred chefs, typical products, taste itineraries and wine routes.
Walking through the streets of the small historic villages of Lombardy is an experience to try: there are authentic hidden jewels that thanks to this site you can discover. Here you will find all the ideas for a holiday dedicated to living on a human scale, between traditions and ancient suggestions.
The Atelier Ansaldo Laboratories of the Teatro alla Scala host the theater’s production departments such as: scenography, tailoring, sculpture and carpentry, as well as the rehearsal rooms for the choir and a scenic space for the direction and guard over 60,000 stage costumes. On the site the information to visit them
MiMoto is the first electric scooter sharing service in the city. To access the service, you must be of legal age and possess the B or Patent license for mopeds. Just a few clicks on the App to rent a scooter. The service includes insurance, a helmet and batteries always full!
WELC Map is the first map that combines paper and digital in one useful and fun tool, to experience the city more comfortably thanks to Augmented Reality. Just drop the city map and frame it with the App to discover multimedia information on points of interest and services.
The two historic trams, the first itinerant restaurants in Italy, are called “ATMosfera”. Every evening, upon reservation, they accompany you to visit suggestive places of historical and contemporary Milan while you dine, combining the pleasure of the palate with the suggestions of traveling in the heart of Milan.
Mickey Mouse, Dylan Dog, Superman, Martin Mystère are among the protagonists of this special museum in which are kept bibliographic reviews, comics, original drawings, encyclopedias and industry publications and in which to visit exhibitions, live events and participate in workshops.
San Siro is called the “Soccer Ladder”; here every visitor has the opportunity to discover normally inaccessible places such as the changing rooms, the mixed area, the press stands and experience the thrill of crossing the Champions tunnel and accessing the legendary playing field.