Gabriele Basilico’s Milan: What the “Boring” Corners of Italy’s Design Capital Can Reveal

Laurence Connell | Tue, 11/21/2023 - 13:30
Self-portrait by Gabriele Basilico
Self-portrait by Gabriele Basilico, 2011 / Photo: Archivio Gabriele Basilico / Triennale di Milano

Le Mie Cittá — “my cities” — is an appropriate title for the major new Gabriele Basilico exhibition held between the Triennale di Milano and the Palazzo Reale and marking the tenth anniversary of the Milanese photographer’s death. Basilico devoted his four-decade career to documenting urban and suburban landscapes in cities all over the world, from Shanghai to Boston. And yet, despite his global perspective, Basilico never lost interest in his hometown, which he returned to time

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