Italia 1920-1945. A new representation and the narration of the self
Triennale di Milano and Giuseppe Iannaccone
From 1st February, Triennale di Milano is putting up the exhibition dedicated to Giuseppe Iannaccone’s collection, that puts together works by artists who, from 1920 to 1945, developed both individual and collective visions against the stream as compared with the cultural policies of the twentieth century that tended to the return to the order and monumental classicism.
Giuseppe Iannaccone’s collection is the mirror of an Italy in full ferment and the important proof of a complex and lively creative season of the Italian twentieth-century art.
The exhibition, sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and Education of Regione Lombardia is curated by Alberto Salvadori and Rischa Paterlini. Studio Oblò Architetti has taken care of the set-up.