Artsy: How does Milan fit into the larger Italian art scene?
GM: Milan has the most galleries and I would say right now, private and public institutions, such as the Triennale di Milano, Museo del Novecento, PAC, Hangar Bicocca, Foundation Trussardi, and Foundation Prada, to be open early next year.
Artsy: What are your favorite local haunts in Milan? Can you name your go-to places to eat, drink, and see art?
A must stop in Milan is Boschi Di Stefano Museum-Home
, an extraordinary private collection once inhabited by the married couple Antonio Boschi and Marieda Di Stefano. About 300 pieces are exhibited, selected from over 2,000 works donated to the city of Milan in 1974. The collection, which comprises paintings, sculptures, and drawings, is an extraordinary testimony to the history of 20th-century Italian art from the first decade to the end of the ‘60s.