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Fondazione Prada, Milan

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3.4/5 based on 380+ 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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  • it is a new addition which brings a lot of value to Milano both in terms of design and content . a must see 
  • We primarily came here as we wanted to visit Bar Luce which is the galleries adjoining bar/cafe. Entry was 10€ per person to see all exhibits . The content was interesting but layout very confusing. W...  read more »
  • I visited the Prada Foundation a few weeks ago. I was appalled by the behavior of the staff. In every room the security controller of the works they have behaved in a manner repugnant. Haughty, snobbish, watched me the friend with whom I was making the visit from top to bottom, as if it would live up to understand the works, height at which evidently will consideravan them from the top of their great role of security personnel. As soon as we walked in a room who was personnel following us obviously because he felt the work was visited by us as in danger, we gazed smugly and almost of protection against work, as would a clerk in a shoe store when she sees a child with ice cream in hand. I don't know where it came from this incredible arrogance from staff against the visitor, not sure if they are instructed to act like that or is their natural behaviour. The fact is that at some point of view, particularly in what is called the Golden Tower I felt I had a tremendous discomfort whilst visiting the works and in fact I couldn't even visit them carefully so I was annoyed by the attitude of the staff that they were following wherever we went. I find it shameful such conduct by staff. Evidently selected staff feels he can intervene in public report-opera judging the cultural level of the visitor, but evidently the said staff unaware of his pathetic poverty of spirit in acting in this way. Certainly never stay there again, partly because the works that are treated rarely belong to an art that strikes me and also no room is equipped with a slightest sign that you introduce to the exhibits. Finally I would recommend to anyone who wants to visit the Prada Foundation not to go there, go to the Royal Palace, the Museo del Novecento Mudec or enjoy those exhibitions and enjoy real art, not that of the Prada Foundation that is just an excuse, or a form for those fake experts of an art that does not exist, bourgeois crowd hypocrites who want to be scientific about radical chic and attempt to adhere to this style making it the wrong way. Shame.
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  • 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.
  • Interesting exhibitions throughout the year, worth checking out for the new +old architecture aswell!
  • An industrial recovery gets a wonderful exhibition space on the old Milanese distilleries; project by the architect Rem Koolhaas
  • 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.
  • GREAT location and architecture, and the café designed by Wes Anderson is lovely, but unfortunately the collections are total crap and it is 10 euros to get in so...not recommended unless you're just going to check out the location
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