Milan Triennial VI

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Milan Triennial VI
Fontana di Camerlata [it]'s original installation at Milan Triennial
BIE-classTriennial exposition
NameMilan Triennial VI
BuildingPalazzo dell Arte
AreaParco Sempione
Coordinates45°28′19.92″N 9°10′24.78″E / 45.4722000°N 9.1735500°E / 45.4722000; 9.1735500
Awarded22 June 1935
Opening31 May 1936
Closure1 November 1936
Triennial expositions
PreviousMilan Triennial V in Milan
NextMilan Triennial VII in Milan

The Milan Triennial VI was the Triennial in Milan sanctioned by the Bureau of International Expositions (BIE).[1] Its theme was Continuity – Modernity.[1] It was held at the Palazzo dell'Arte[2] with some exhibits on the Parco Sempione[1] and ran from 31 May 1936 - 1 November 1936.[1]


Buildings included an open air theatre and a concrete and glass Housing Exhibit pavilion designed by Giuseppe Pagano[1] assisted by Costantino Nivola.[3]

Alvar Aalto (for Finland), Georges Braque, Georges Braque, Naum Gabo, Goncharova, Larionov, Le Corbusier (for France) Léger and Pablo Picasso all contributed,[1] with Aalto winning both a Gran Prix and a gold medal.[4]


  1. ^ a b c d e f "Triennale di Milano 1936". Retrieved 9 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Guido Marangoni and the Biennials of Monza, 1923-1927, Design before Design, Villa Reale di Monza - ARTDIRECTORY". Retrieved 17 December 2018.
  3. ^ Gitler, Inbal Ben-Asher (9 December 2018). Monuments and Site-Specific Sculpture in Urban and Rural Space. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. p. 136. Retrieved October 27, 2017.
  4. ^ "The golden age of Finnish design at the Triennales - Forthzine - Jonas Forth ". Retrieved 18 December 2018.