23rd International Exhibition

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The 23rd International Exhibition is conceived as a space for open and plural debate and comparison, where different experiences, cultures and perspectives can converge. Unknown Unknowns. An Introduction to Mysteries will try to answer a series of questions about what we still "don't know we don't know" in different topics: from the evolution of the cities to the oceans, from genetics to astrophysics. A deep experience, which will involve designers, architects, artists, playwrights and musicians, and it will give the opportunity to overturn our idea of ​​the world.

The complex terrains of Saturn's icy-moon Enceladus
Credit; NASA/JPL-Caltech

Exhibition

Unknown Unknowns

Unknown Unknowns will try to answer different questions about "what we don't know we don't know", in different disciplines: from urban evolution to oceans, from genetics to astrophysics.

The complex terrains of Saturn's icy-moon Enceladus
Credit; NASA/JPL-Caltech

Ron Mueck, Man in a boat

Exhibition

Mondo Reale

Mondo Reale is imagined as a landing in our real world, to focus on the wonders that inhabit our planet and all the secrets beneath its inscrutable perfection.

Ron Mueck, Man in a boat

Ferruccio Laviani, Orbital, 1992. Ph. Amendolagine Barracchia. Permanent Collection

Exhibition

La tradizione del nuovo

The show brings together works, installations, documents, creative processes and experimental pieces that have contributed to the development of society, touching on sociological, commercial, ecological, technological and cultural aspects between 1964 and 1996.

Ferruccio Laviani, Orbital, 1992. Ph. Amendolagine Barracchia. Permanent Collection

International Participations

Installation work for the 23rd International Exhibition are in progress: the exhibition spaces and ticket office will be closed until July 15. Triennale Estate programming continues in the garden with meetings, events, DJ sets.

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