Campari Gallery, Milan
Inaugurated in March 2010 for the 150th anniversary of the historic brand, Campari Gallery is now located in the old Sesto San Giovanni plant in Milan, which was converted and restored by the architect Mario Botta.
Through a series of multimedia installations, the gallery proposes an itinerary that spans 150 years of Design and Costume history.
Campari, symbol par excellence of Milano da Bere, has in fact always linked its communication and image to Art and Graphic Artwork.
Here one can admire the Futurist posters of Depero, of Bruno Munari, and a series of advertising graphics from important artists such as Crepax and Marangolo, displayed on a 32-metre wall.
The interactive and multimedia exhibition consisting of 15 video walls also includes TV commercials, carousels and Federico Fellini films.
An original exhibition that is a must for those with a passion for advertising graphics and futurism.
Opening times: Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10am-7pm
Admission is free