Curated by Danna Olgiati.
Monday – Friday 08:30 am – 11:30 am / 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Saturday – Sunday 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Closed on bank holidays
The collections of MASI Lugano reflect the very special history of visual art in Ticino.
Be connected is based on the idea that people have no limits other than those they impose upon themselves, and that everything in nature is related, connected and alive, as the ancient philosophers taught.
The eighth season of LuganoMusica hosts at the LAC the best performers in a rich programme of symphonic and chamber concerts, recitals, dedicated events, in-depth meetings with musicians and contemporary music.
The light of the shadow.
The exhibition venue of the Palazzo Reali hosts, alongside exhibition projects related to local and international artists, an exhibition dedicated to works from the collection.
The OSI at the Auditorio season comprises four rather imaginative events at the RSI’s Stelio Molo Auditorium, two of them in the Play and Conduct format which allows a guest soloist to perform as conductor as well at the head of the OSI.
The show is a tribute to Serge Brignoni (1903-2002), the Swiss artist and collector who brought MUSEC into being.
The 2023 exhibition season opens with a show of previously unseen works by Werner Bischof (Zurich, 1916 — Trujillo, Peru, 1954).
Rita Ackermann’s exhibition titled ‘Hidden’ will focus on a selection of recent paintings in relation to the artist’s early works from the 1990s.
Drawings by japanese children from the Levoni Collection.
Curated by Francesca Benini and Arianna Quaglio.
The exhibition 'Attasit Pokpong. The Presence" presents 29 large-scale oil paintings and 22 watercolours, depicting women's faces created by Attasit Pokpong between 2008 and 2023.
Sobriety, elegance and passion.
The 2022–2023 musical season organised by the Parish of S. Maria degli Angioli and the Diocese of Lugano, with the support of the Associazione Bernardino Luini, opens at the beginning of September.
Guido Daniele, artist and body painter of rare skill, has been painting on hands animals of all kinds, as well as plant forms, landscapes and architecture for over 20 years with hyper-realistic and stunning results.
In 2002, the gallery-restaurant Arté was opened with the idea that, in addition to culinary art, its guests could come into contact with the visual arts, mainly in the form of sculptures and plastics up to kinetic objects.
At the heart of the temporary exhibition are Marc Chagall’s forty-two colourful illustrations for "Daphnis and Chloé", the pastoral novel by the Greek Longo Sophist, written almost two thousand years ago.
Vincenzo Piazza was born in Catania in 1959, where he graduated with a degree in architecture in 1983.