Taking place from 29 April to 2 October, Aldo Rossi Design 1960 – 1997 is an exhibition presented by The Museo del Novecento that explores the works of postmodernist architect, theorist and designer Aldo Rossi.
The exhibition is presented across nine galleries and spotlights more than 350 of Rossi's designs, including furniture, objects, paintings, and drawings created between 1960 to 1997.
Rossi is a Pritzker Prize-winning architect who made his first pieces of furniture in 1960. In 1979, he began to collaborate with brands, such as DesignTex, Artemide, Alessi, and Up&Up, now known as UpGroup.
Known for his experimental use of colour and materials, including marble, stone, textiles, and plastic, many of his pieces are still in production today.
The exhibition is produced in partnership with art foundation Fondazione Aldo Rossi and publishing house Silvana Editoriale, and curated by art curator Chiara Spangaro. The exhibition's layout and interiors were designed by Morris Adjmi Architects.
Aldo Rossi Design Exhibition takes place from 29 April to 2 October at The Museo del Novecento, P.za del Duomo, 8, 20123 Milano MI, Italy.