Palazzo Citterio has opened its doors for the Design Week within the project Grande Brera. The Palace is going to be an exhibiting area of Pinacoteca di Brera in Milan.
The surface covers over 6,500 sqm to devote to modern and contemporary art. The official opening is due for June 2018. After that the set-up will take place of what has already been named Brera Modern, to echo the Tate Modern Gallery in London.
A few steps away from Pinacoteca, the palace in via Brera has been totally refurbished. The redecoration took three years and was financed by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, within the project Grande Brera. Before its new destination, Palazzo Citterio opened to the public from 18 to 20 April, during the Design Week, with guided tours and a photography show by Maurizio Montagna to witness the state of the art before and after renovation.