Milan is known as a city of culture, which attracts crowds of visitors every year, including quite a few tourists from the Holy Land who want to enjoy the spectacular performances, the fascinating museums, the colorful galleries and the abundance of events that take place throughout the city, making it a great destination to visit in any vehicle and throughout the year .
Among the many attractions that the city offers to its visitors, you will also find the Contemporary Art and Culture Gallery, which attracts art lovers, amateur creators and curious people who want to get to know the local art scene and visit one of the most interesting galleries that exist in Milan.
Indeed, the contemporary art and culture gallery is considered different in the local landscape. It is interesting and colorful and since 1995, when it opened its doors to the general public, it continues to innovate, surprise and excite with special exhibitions and interesting projects that it promotes.
Although since its inception the gallery was considered one of the most talked about places among art lovers visiting Milan, in the last two decades the gallery caught a tremendous creative momentum and began to promote other projects including those related to architecture and design and even took an active part in promoting various film festivals hosted in Milan, which gives it a place of honor in the transformation of Milan into the vibrant and fascinating city it is today.
During the visit to the gallery, you can get an impression of changing exhibitions alongside permanent exhibitions, but the real highlight of the place is the conversation that the gallery facilitates from time to time with contemporary artists and an opportunity to understand what is going on in their feverish minds and the fascinating stories behind their great and extraordinary works.
If you are not satisfied with your visit and you continue to travel in the land of the boot, you will be happy to hear that a decade ago, in addition to the exhibition space in Milan, the gallery also opened an exhibition space in the city of Venice and together the two promote local projects alongside international ones, mostly those related to contemporary art but not only.