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Fondazione Prada, Milan

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#19 of 96 in Museums in Milan
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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  • I went for a drink, the bar also open space scontato...la and anonymous same old factory, I thought too much concrete, more like a prison construction or field lager
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  • Beautiful view that part of the system of art and culture in Italy between the two world wars, starting from research and the study of historical documents and photographs that reveal the spatial, temporal, social and political context in which the works of art are been created, staged, experienced and interpreted by the public at the time. Pity about the bad service. I had booked tickets online, but I haven't arrived. It took three phone calls and other mail to receive them, but no one apologized for the mixup. Same Music Foundation staff would be made redundant and poorly educated all shirty.
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  • There should be space for two reviews: one concerning the recovery of an abandoned industrial area and one regarding the current temporary exhibition Post Zang Tumb Tuuum. 1. recovery is that of a distillery (Sis) that dates back to the ' 10 of the 20th century, where they produced the brandy Cavallino Rosso (can be seen on youtube carousels degli anni ' 50). No complaints at all: bar, restaurant, a Golden Tower and beautiful bathrooms. Congratulations for the courage and commitment. 2. the current view on art life and politics in Italy 1918-1943 worth the visit: lots of operfe exposed, many from private collections or from overseas museums accompanied by photos and testimonials. Unfortunately, the path is not clear and it comes up with the doubt of having missed something, so many stairs and showed no good if there were alternative routes for people with walking difficulties. It lacks an audio guide and explanatory lettering of the works are small and not always close: one for all the portrait of Arturo Toscanini to Wildt lying in the room before. The thing that I have to complain about was the inability to see both opera faces Wildt entitled ' character proud, docile nature ": I could not see the side" docile "because the attendant on duty called me back saying it was not allowed climb the platform and go behind the work. If this was indeed the intention of the editor should have been allowed to the vision of the far side with the simple use of a mirror, if not with a rotating support. €10 ticket, discount for Fai members
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  • Awesome building. Worth visiting for this alone! The panini in the cafe here are the best I have ever had but be prepared to wait!
  • Beautiful beautiful gallery. The building is worth the entry alone. The exhibitions are great and curated well. The cafe is also a delight if you are a Wes Anderson fan.
  • I came back for the second time after over a year, because I really enjoyed it the first time. Besides the rude and grumpy receptionists, overall, I had a good experience. Here is the thing though: please make the welcome desk more welcoming by putting some welcoming people there! We are used to visit art places, but this time we didn't feel wanted and, trust me, this usually never happens in places like this! Horrible feeling. This really needs to be addressed. Seriously.
  • Horrible experience.cheap pointless art selecting,super unprofessional and rude bad educated workers inside. Don't know what's wrong with them,I was super polite and behaved good,but people who work there they are nasty and rude,even dragged me while I was using the elevator which doesn't have sign of "non usare",they act literally like monkey.sorry but it's true.
  • Incredibly beautiful place. Must visit when in Milan

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