A stone’s throw away from the Gardens of Porta Venezia, Milan’s PAC – Pavilion of Contemporary Art - was built between 1951 and 1954, designed by Ignazio Gardella and rebuilt in 1993 after a disastrous fire.
Its 1,200 square metres of galleries have hosted the exhibitions of many Italian and international artists, making PAC one of the most respected exhibitions of contemporary art.
The large side windows that overlook the beautiful gardens of Villa Reale shine natural light on this fine example of 1950s rationalist architecture, which adapts to the most diverse exhibitions.
In addition to its temporary exhibitions, which often focus on photography, installations and video art, PAC – Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, often hosts educational events, workshops, dance and musical performances.
PAC – Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea
Via Palestro, 14
20121 Milan – Italy
Tel. +39 02 884 46359