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Date(s) - 12 May, 2023 - 10 Sep, 2023
11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Triennale Milano



On the occasion of its centenary, Triennale Milano presents the exhibition Home Sweet Home which starts from the history of the institution and its International Exhibitions and arrives at contemporary times. The exhibition aims to reflect on the idea of home and living, which have always been privileged topics of Triennale’s research.
Among the central themes of the exhibition, which highlights some major changes affecting the home over the past hundred years, are the transformation of gender roles, the evolution of the relationship with nature within the domestic space, and the growing influence of technology on the way of living.
The exhibition is divided into ten total site-specific environments, with installations designed by some of the most interesting international architectural firms, groups, and research centers.
The exhibition is divided into five thematic historical sections, bringing together historical objects and materials taken from the Triennale archives and tracing the 100-year history of the institution, from 1923 to 2023. “Casa ludens”, curated by Gaia Piccarolo, is dedicated to the themes of relaxation and care of body and soul; “Nature is at Home”, curated by Annalisa Metta, investigates the relationship between nature and domestic space; “Abacus of Windows”, curated by Maite García Sanchis, explores the theme of the window as a device of environmental mediation and control, “The Angel of the Hearth”, curated by the Sex & the City research group (Florencia Andreola and Azzurra Muzzonigro), reinterprets gender roles traditionally linked to the domestic sphere, “Cooking Italian Style” 1923-2023, curated by Imma Forino, looks at the transformations that have affected the space of the kitchen in relation to social change. “Inside-out: the window to the garden”, a work conceived in 1986 as part of the 17th International Exhibition by Diller + Scofidio, will also be remounted.

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