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    La Triennale di Milano has, for the first time since its official opening on 2 April 2016, presented its Progress Report to Member States of the Bureau International Expositions (BIE), during their 159th General Assembly on 15 June. Back after a 20-year-hiatus, the XX1 Triennale is different from past editions, and is based on the theme ‘21st Century. Design After Design’. While past Triennale exhibitions were always held in a single location and focused on the future, the current edition has a presence in 19 sites and simultaneously addresses the past, present and future. The different exhibition sites include museums Read More
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    Last week, the XXI Triennale 2016 was granted recognition by the BIE. This means the Expo organisers can officially prepare for the event and start inviting participants. This recognition has special historic significance since XX1 Triennale will mark the rebirth of this iconic Milanese design event after a gap of 20 years. In a flash interview, Ms Clarice Pecori-Giraldi, Vice President of the Triennale di Milano (the organizer of the event), tells us about the content of the Expo and how it will interact with Expo Milano 2015. {youtube}5XuFPWnEnEg{/youtube} How is the Triennale preparing the content of the 2016 Expo? Read More
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    The Triennale di Milano 2016 hosts today its first meeting dedicated to its theme “XXIst century - Design after Design”. This meeting will allow the scientific committee of the Triennale to explain the philosophy behind the theme, its objectives and the questions that it raises. Today’s event is essential in the preparation of the Expo as it will present the theme to international experts and participants and sharpen the vision of the organizers themselves. The meeting will be inaugurated by Claudio de Albertis - president of the Triennale Institution and Vicente Gonzalez Loscertales - Secretary General of the BIE, who will give the Read More
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    The last International Triennale di Milano took place in 1996. 2016 will be its rebirth. Claudio de Albertis, President of the Triennale di Milano answers our questions on this new edition. {youtube}v5LfUwrgLhU{/youtube} In a few words : After a pause of 20 years, the Triennale di Milano will resume its international exhibitions in 2016. As part of the DNA of the Triennale, it was only a matter of time before they started again. 2016 will offer a new and improved version of the Triennale as the exhibition will no longer be limited to the Palazzo dell'Arte but will be spread all Read More