Discover the Museo del Novecento
Choose Ad Artem to embark on a journey through a unique artistic treasure: the Museo del Novecento in Milan. We are ready to immerse you in the fascinating world of contemporary art and guide you through one of the most significant collections of Futurism in the world.
You encounter an incredible collection of 20th-century artworks that embrace international avant-gardes and celebrate the Futurist movement. Admire the creations of renowned masters such as Picasso, Matisse, De Chirico, and many other artists who have left an indelible mark in art history.
What can you see?
The museum offers an exhibition path dedicated to the protagonists of the Italian and international art scene from the 1960s to the 1980s. Contemporary art finds ample space with works by world-famous artists like Carol Rama, Fabio Mauri, Alighiero Boetti, Anselm Kiefer, and Joseph Kosuth.
Join us for a unique experience where passion for art merges with in-depth knowledge provided by our professional guides. Discover the Museo del Novecento and be inspired by the beauty and cultural richness of 20th-century art.
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A tour that focuses entirely on direct involvement: in front of some works you experience a series of practical activities, through the use of tools, your own body and voice, moments of creation-reflection. Thus there is an approach to the museum's masterpieces in an experiential rather than strictly historical-artistic key. The characters in the paintings speak through our voice, the materials used by the artists are filled with meanings, we discover the role of music in art.
Why are we handed a blank sheet of paper in front of Fontana's torn canvas? How do you sing the rhythm of a sculpture? This particular proposal is designed as a customizable path based on the specific needs of those who organize the event.
Small group workshops
The experiential visit or the creative tours can be enriched, depending on the specific needs of the organizer of the event, by an activity to be carried out in the lab space.
We propose two alternatives: the first is the experimentation of the stop-motion technique, which allows you to animate objects or drawings with the help of video editing software; the second is an in-depth study of the new materials of the twentieth century and their relevance in the art of the time, through the creation of a personal or collective multi-material work.