Galleria Lia Rumma

  BY Alina Borghese   30 March 2016

Galleria Lia Rumma - a «Temple» of Modern Art in Milan, built in the shape of a cube and has 5 floors, which are designed in different styles. The museum exhibition spaces are quite diverse due to the variety of forms of artistic expression of contemporary art. The basement is suitable for theatrical performances, film screenings, and media works. The first floor is divided into two galleries - indoor and outdoor, which allow the exhibiting work to stand out in a spacious environment.
Among the artists represented in the gallery are names known to the whole world: Marina Abramovic, Mimmo Dzhodise, Vanessa Beecroft, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Anselm Kiefer, Ettore Spalletti and others.
The Galleria Lia Rumma is located in the city center of Milan. It was opened in 1999 as a subsidiary of the eponymous Naples Centre for Contemporary Arts and soon became an outpost of the experimental art in Milan. In 2010 the new building for the gallery was built in Milan.
Address: Via Stilicone, 19

translated by Anastasia Ostapenko