Milan Triennial VI
|Milan Triennial VI|
Fontana di Camerlata's original installation at Milan Triennial
|Name||Milan Triennial VI|
|Building||Palazzo dell Arte|
|Awarded||22 June 1935|
|Opening||31 May 1936|
|Closure||1 November 1936|
|Previous||Milan Triennial V in Milan|
|Next||Milan Triennial VII in Milan|
The Milan Triennial VI was the Triennial in Milan sanctioned by the Bureau of International Expositions (BIE). Its theme was Continuity – Modernity. It was held at the Palazzo dell'Arte with some exhibits on the Parco Sempione and ran from 31 May 1936 - 1 November 1936.
Alvar Aalto (for Finland), Georges Braque, Georges Braque, Naum Gabo, Goncharova, Larionov, Le Corbusier (for France) Léger and Pablo Picasso all contributed, with Aalto winning both a Gran Prix and a gold medal.
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