February is about to end with its hot dates (check them here), but even in March, whether it’s discovering the events celebrating music or visiting an exhibition, Where® brings you this month’s unmissable dates.

1. Give Me Yesterday Exhibition at Osservatorio Fondazione Prada

The exhibition ‘Give Me Yesterday’ hosted at Fondazione Prada’s new exhibition space in the Galleria is a not-to-be-missed event. Designed as a huge ‘eye over the city’, the Osservatorio, a space dedicated to photography and visual languages, is the Prada Foundation’s second exhibition hub in Milan after the one located in viale Isarco, 2. (see main picture)

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2. Sixty Years of Italian Beauty at Triennale Design Museum

Spanning almost 60 years of design, architecture, exhibition design and more, the Triennale pays tribute to Mario Bellini with a retrospective, exactly thirty years after the show dedicated to him at the MoMA in New York.
[Photo credits: copyright Marco di Ioia]

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3. Chinamen. A century of the Chinese in Milan

Aptly set in the beautiful spaces of MUDEC-Museum of Cultures, the exhibition ‘Milano Città Mondo’ is a new exhibition exploring the history and centuries-old presence of the Chinese in Milan (the largest community of migrants to have settled in the Lombardy capital) throughout studies on private and public archives.

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4. Keith Haring. About Art.

This first-ever exhibition dedicated to the life of neo pop American artist Keith Haring featuring a large selection of works from all over the world highlighting the painter’s references to other artists and visual languages. An undisputed master of graffiti art, Haring regenerated artistic expression by drawing upon different but universal cultures.

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5. A Journey Into the Warehouses of GAM

’100 years. Sculpture in Milan (1815-1915) from the warehouses of the Gallery of Modern Art’ is a vast exhibition taking central stage at the spaces of GAM, Milan’s Modern Art Gallery, featuring a selection of sculptures from the gallery’s warehouses. Some of the works on display have never been on exhibit before.

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6. Parsons Dance on Tour at Teatro degli Arcimboldi

This one-of-a-kind show by American dance company Parsons Dance combines the expressiveness of the body in combination with narrative elements and dramatic cues, engaging the emotions of the audience and captivating them with personal interpretations.

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[Photo credits: Lois Greenfield]

7. Milan as an Open-Air Museum

Museo City features three full days dedicated to culture, featuring the participation of more than 70 Milanese museums, house museums and artists’ ateliers will be open to the public with guided tours, special initiatives, workshops for children, late night openings and conferences.

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