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London – Triennale di Milano showcased in England

A presentation of the 21st Triennale di Milano International Exhibition was held at the Italian Institute of Culture in London on Monday. It was introduced by the Institute’s Director Marco Delogu and the Triennale President, Claudio De Albertis. The upcoming edition, entitled ’21st Century. Design After Design’, will run from Apr. 2 to Sept. 12 at various locations in Milan. At the presentation were Italy’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Pasquale Terracciano, the curator of the ‘New Craft’ exhibition, Stefano Micelli, and the curators of the British section of the international exhibition.

In his introductory statement Ambassador Terracciano thanked the UK for its “important participation in this event”, and stressed that the country was “taking part in the Triennale with Kengo Kuma, one of the seven innovative architects who took part in the exhibition ‘Architecture Reimagined’ at the Royal Academy in 2014.” He went on: “I am sure Italy and the UK will continue to cooperate over the years to come. The next joint Italo-British event will take place in September, when the Triennale will take part in the inaugural London Design Biennale at Somerset House. This proves that Italy and the UK are united on the same front, not just on economic and political matters, but also where culture is concerned.”

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