The exhibition “Plessi. Mariverticali”, promoted by Comune di Milano - Cultura, produced by Palazzo Reale and Studio Plessi and curated by Bruno Corà, Alberto Fiz e Marco Tonelli, is open from June 27th until September 10th.

Fabrizio Plessi is one of the pioneers of video art worldwide and among the first to have used the television monitor as a real material since the seventies.

Nationally and internationally, he boasts countless participations in important exhibitions such as the Venice Biennale, Documenta in Kassel and personal exhibitions held in various museums around the world.

This historical artwork, updated for the Caryatids Hall, is composed of twelve steel structures, nine meters high, dedicated to the world's seas and sends an important message: the oceans are the wealth of the future.


Opening Times

tuesday - sunday 12.00 - 19.30
thursday 12.00 - 22.30
august 15th, 2023 12.00 - 19.30
closed on monday
last entrance 30 minutes before closing time


Free admission

Info and Booking

Booking is not required.