Visiting art in Milano: the Pinacoteca di Brera

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We were very lucky to stumble upon a day of free entry to the Pinacoteca di Brera when we were in Milano. Although I have to admit that many times it is uncomfortable to deal with so many people attracted by free access in a limited space (limited but not reduced, since if there is something wonderful about most Italian art museums is that they are ginormous), as a lover of divulgation in the fields of architecture, art and culture I like that there are such initiatives bringing closer so many years of history to society. Speaking of, I take the opportunity to also name the initiative that I have started on behalf of my final degree project, in which I try to approach the history and architectural culture of my city, Valencia, through a blog. It's written in Spanish, but maybe you like it because it contains a lot of antique pictures worth taking a look at. I encourage you to visit the first steps of Anastilosi, my blog about Valencian architectonic heritage!

Going back to the main topic. The truth is that we could see great works and learn a lot about Baroque and Renaissance art among others, while we were in the Pinacoteca di Brera. In addition, I found myself fascinated by the museology and the organization of the different exhibition spaces of the place. Just like when we talk about fashion it is important not only to take into account what you see at first sight (such as colors, shapes, textures) but also the seams and their reinforcements, the interfacing system, the finish of the bottom seam of a skirt... When we go to a museum of any kind, it's the same! Not only what is exposed there is important, but also how it is exposed: the temperature of the light and its position, the paths you make within a space, the materials, and colors of the finishes... Everything is important. That's why I encourage you to recall me next time you see any art exposition or fashion catwalk and look beyond what you see with your eyes. It's a great exercise to change the usual point of view!

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I was wearing:

Adidas' Neo Label Hi sneakers
Zara black jeggings
Easy Wear grey coat
Desigual insects scarf
Lightinthebox crossbody bag

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  1. Hello Amanda
    I also like the subject of architecture, I studied 3 years in this course but afterwards I finished studying economics, but I love art history. And today I speak in a masterpiece of painting. Your pictures are absolutely wonderful, I loved them all and to review the masterpieces that I studied.
    I also like to realize what lies beyond what we see.
    As for your look is great for those who are on vacation, super comfortable.



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    Marisa

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  2. I love the colour you added to your outfit with the bag and scarf :) It sounds like a fun day out as well! Good luck with your Spanish blog, it sounds exciting :)

    Hope you had a lovely week and have a nice weekend ahead of you :) We went out for dinner yesterday and I'm catching up with a blogger friend today so it should be fun! :)

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Hi! I'm Amanda, from Valencia (Spain).

I like all things vintage and classy. I study Architecture and I'm an epée fencer.



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