The Renaissance is considered the golden age of Italian art: this idea has been reaffirmed time and time again by international visitors coming to Italy for this reason, and is certainly not an exaggerated claim. However, the production of Italian art, and its cultural influence on the rest of the world, does not end here. To get an idea of the vitality of the contemporary art scene, we recommend several must-visit addresses: places that either host artworks or contribute to creating them. Below, you'll find a few.
Milano | Fondazione Prada, Largo Isarco 2, www.fondazioneprada.org Milano | Fondazione Trussardi, Piazza Eleonora Duse 2 www.fondazionenicolatrussardi.com Milano | Hangar Bicocca, Via Chiese 2, www.hangarbicocca.org Venezia | La Biennale, Ca’ Giustinian – Giardini – Arsenale www.labiennale.org Roma | Museo Maxxi, Via Guido Reni 4, www.maxxi.art Napoli | Museo Madre, Via Luigi Settembrini 79 www.madrenapoli.it