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Pirelli HangarBicocca

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Via Chiese 2, 20126 Milan Italy
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Sesto MarelliMilan Metro8 min
Villa San GiovanniMilan Metro9 min
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Yolk wrote a review Feb 2020
Milan, Italy2 contributions1 helpful vote
Really amazing new art exhibition was really fun and amazing. I didn't imagine what all can be the art, you should see this if you arein near, the hangar is big and you can easily be here for 2 hours. They offer free refreshments.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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pbvh wrote a review Jan 2020
Chesterfield, United Kingdom234 contributions76 helpful votes
We visited this space whilst in Milan and were suitably impressed by the sheer scale and audacity of both the space and the artworks on view at the time of our visit (Cerith Wyn Evans, Anselm Kiefer and Danial Mangrané). Well worth a visit and admission is free.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ok DrooLer wrote a review Dec 2019
Breuil-Cervinia, Italy23 contributions64 helpful votes
Not kids friendly. This place is not suitable for kids. The staff do not let young children try the VR even if the VRs fit them, totally unacceptable, the look on the kid’s face was sad and a put down. The staff do not even let kids be close to the sculptures.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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johnmodesto wrote a review Aug 2019
Modesto, California545 contributions226 helpful votes
Take large industrial buildings with high ceilings, add an acre of ramshackle towers, and finish off with several spaces with changing temporary exhibitions. This formula works well. The spaces are minimalist and huge, you wander around the temporary exhibitions and end up in the vast monumental land of precarious towers. Modern art should take you out of your ordinary world, that is well accomplished here. This is far outside the center of town, but easily reached by metro/walking, metro/bus, or bus, using the normal ticket good for the central zone. If you take the bus from the central station you will pass through a modern university neighborhood with striking modern architecture.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Kay W wrote a review Mar 2019
Edinburgh182 contributions85 helpful votes
This imaginative project has created a gallery space on an absolutely monumental scale. Even if you don't think you are a fan of contemporary art, you will find these installations nothing less than breathtaking. There are booklets explaining the works displayed, but you are of course free to interpret as you wish. (There's no entry charge.) There's a bookshop, a smart bistro and an area for children to indulge their own artistry. We were staying at the Hilton in the Precotto district - the hangar is only half-a-dozen stops away in Via Chiese on the 51 bus. The Bicocca district is a large post-industrial redevelopment including businesses, a university, residential areas and, close to the hangar, a park and shopping area with cafes and a cinema.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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