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Fondazione Prada, Milan

(3.4/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
Fondazione Prada's innovative exhibitions, conceived in dialogue with major contemporary artists, as well as other cultural activities related to cinema, philosophy, and architecture, have enjoyed a wide international consensus.

In 2011 Fondazione Prada opened a new exhibition space in Venice, Ca’ Corner della Regina, an historic palazzo on the Grand Canal. Fondazione Prada new permanent Milan venue, designed by OMA, opened on 9 May 2015.
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  • Love the architecture, the golden facade. It's quite far from the metro stop. 15 min walk. The bar Luce designed by Wes Anderson is a cool place to visit but I am not spending money on a ticket for th...  more »
  • I was amazed by how such a known and visited by many people (tourists or Milanese) is positioned in an area so degraded. Served by tram and bus fondazione Prada seemed like a cathedral in the desert to get to anyway in small part walking on deserted roads and degraded and abandoned property of skirting state railways. Commendable restructuring existing industrial buildings. The asking price of admission (even considering that it can be used to visit the Observatory) is not justified by the small number of installations and works. I was really puzzled.
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  • The only thing I didn't like was the location, an old distillery of the early 900 restructured and modernized while retaining some original pieces. I did not like the fact that they told us that 2 areas were not accessible because it had just finished two exhibitions. ... what a pity that the ticket was not granted! The 10 euro amortise them only if you go to visit (for the same ticket), the Observatory of Milan's galleria Vittorio Emanuele, because as for the permanent exhibits I would say leave baffled! A few objects and little understood, partly because of the lack of explanatory panels by historical authors. I mean poor.
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  • A great place to go see great architecture and art. They have a cafe designed by Wes Anderson in which you can feel part of one of his movies.
  • Place of great architectural interest, hosts quality exhibitions.
  • Very interesting building and classy cafe. However the arts were underwhelming. I have seen moderns arts done right in New York and London. The displayed work is mostly bullshit/trolling. I may find things more artistic or stimulating from Reddit.
  • Speechles.. wonderful. Must. must. MUST SEE...
  • Multiple exhibition spaces inscribed perfectly into current trend of "minimalism with a detail". Good quality presentations, and worth to visit especially if you are into contemporary art.