Galleria Gallerie d’Italia
Intesa Sanpaolo always interprets its commitment in the field of art and culture as a real assumption of “social responsibility”, belief that a banking company of national importance should contribute to the growth of their country from an economic, cultural and civil point of view.
At this philosophy was responsible for the birth of the museum of Intesa Sanpaolo, created with the purpose to share with visitors its important artistic heritage. It is about 20.000 artworks, of which 10.000 of particular historical and artistic interest. The diversity and richness of the collections – from the archeological artifacts and the testimonials of the Nine hundred – make the Gallerie D’Italia places intended to meet a wide audience.
The Gallerie of Piazza Scala are located in a unique architectural complex of its kind consisting of palaces, courtyards and gardens situated in the heart of Milan.
The works of the twentieth century art in the Intesa Sanpaolo collections gather a heritage from the different merged banks of the Group, and outline a cultural route that runs through the whole century.
In the current collection events and Italian artists of the twentieth century are well represented: there is Boccioni, Balla, Carrà, de Chirico, Funi, Mafai, Sironi, Rosai, Spadini, Tosi, Vago, Zanini.
OPENING HOURS: Tuesday to Sunday, 9.30 am to 7.30 pm. Last entrance 1 hour and a half before closing time. Closed on Monday.
PRICE: 5 €, for temporary exhibition 10€
WITH MILANOCARD: -40%, for tempory exhibition –20%
WHERE: piazza della Scala 6