Casa Museo Boschi-di Stefano
Galleria Raffaella Cortese
In a quiet street and down a steep driveway, this elongated basement space shows investigative, though amusing, work. Cortese’s stable...
Galleria Gió Marconi
Gio Marconi shows a diverse range of work including celeb-obsessed Francesco Vezzoli, the highly conceptual Elisa Sighicelli,...
Torrefazione Il Caffè Ambrosiano
No seating, just the best coffee in Milan. There's also a branch on Corso XXII Marzo 18.
The Campanian potato croquettes, arancini (rice-stuffed pastries) and zucchini blossoms do nicely for starters, but the main attraction...
Via Giorgio Jan 15 · interesting places nearby
Casa Museo Boschi-di Stefano information
Milan’s most eccentric museum of 20th-century Italian painting is crowded salon-style in a purpose-built, 1930s apartment that still has the appearance of the haute-bourgeois home it once was. It’s a heady art hit with Boccioni’s dynamic brushstrokes propelling painting towards Futurism, the nostalgically metaphysical Campigli and de Chirico, and the restless, expressionist Informels all crowding the small salons decked with suitably avant-garde furnishings.