MAPP – Paolo Pini Art Museum, Milan
The MAPP is a museum of contemporary art created through the architectural and functional recovery of the former Paolo Pini Psychiatric Hospital in Milan.
It is not therefore by chance that in this artistic and cultural venue there is an ongoing search for new forms of expression that takes the form of dialogue between professional artists and people with psychological disorders, and which has resulted in a highly unusual collection of works created "by two pairs of hands" - by the artists and patients.
The Paolo Pini Art Museum also exhibits the permanent works of around 140 Italian and foreign artists, including Enrico Baj, Emilio Tadini or Martin Disler: these works are murals, installations, and sculptures.
Thanks to its uniqueness and its mission, which sees “Art as a social service”, the MAPP is a unique experience in continuous evolution.