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A playful collection of postmodern art.

In the early 1980s, Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass gathered fellow designers to form a collective named Memphis. Now considered among the founders of Italian postmodern art, the movement is characterized by a love of abstract, colorful designs and asymmetric shapes. While the group disbanded in the late ’80s, their legacy is now showcased in Memphis Galleria Post Design. One of many design galleries located in the heart of Brera, the space exhibits artists—both Italian and international—representative of Sottsass’ movement.

Memphis Galleria Post Design
Largo Claudio Treves 5
20121 Milano
Italy

  • Words:
    Gabriele Dellisanti
  • Words:
    Gabriele Dellisanti
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