The items was NOT Promotional and unencyclopaedic edits, why? Check https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Bernocchi#/media/File:Antonio_Bernocchi_lapide_a_suo_ricordo_in_Triennale.jpg and check only 2 examples https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Bernocchi#/media/File:TRIENNALE_PIANO2.jpg strangely it is always the same person. in claris non fit interpretatio. These script is a fundamental voice of those who created (Bernocchi), designed, financed and donated the building, creating the foundation for the birth of Italian design in the world, thanks to the Marshall Plan. This is usually the user that for personal reasons, which continued several times with personal attacks against me. He change my writing on Triennale erasing without reason an essential historical facts proven.
The Triennale di Milano is a well know international cultural institution and not only a museum. I suggest the further contributors to inspect this issue as much as possible because in Italy speaking of The Triennale only as a museum is as much ridiculous as speaking of "Da Vinci" as a little town in Tuscany. Best, EnghireSpika — Preceding unsigned comment added by EnghireSpika (talk • contribs) 14:11, 27 December 2017 (UTC)
PS: please, have a look at the corresponding Italian wikipedia article in order to evaluate the absurdity of a voice dedicated only to a museum instead of a cultural institution. — Preceding unsigned comment added by EnghireSpika (talk • contribs) 14:32, 27 December 2017 (UTC)
- (edit conflict) Well, perhaps not quite as ridiculous, EnghireSpika, as that town is not called "da Vinci" but Vinci. You may be right that the Triennial is more than a museum. The way to demonstrate that what you say is correct is to cite independent reliable sources which support it; there's no obligation for those sources to be in English. The sources I see that discuss the institution rather than the exhibition seem to treat it as a museum which – like so many museums – organises some temporary exhibits and cultural events. Here, for example, Sarah Brambilla Fumagalli says "La Triennale is a contemporary art museum ..."; here Francesca Cassani says "Sin delle primissime esposizioni fu chiaro il ruolo esplosivo e innovativo che questo polo mussale avrebbe avuto ...". Justlettersandnumbers (talk) 14:40, 27 December 2017 (UTC)
There is an official statute, btw protected by the Italian law (I put it in the references), which affirms that La Triennale di Milano is actually a foundation and furthermore it sates that it is also controlled and supervised in its functions and activities by the MIBACT (Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività culturali e del Turismo), the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism (see article 5 of the statute for confirmation). Also, nobody here is affirming that the Triennale does not work also as a museum while in fact I wrote that it is not "only" a museum.
About the rules of wikipedia (something of whom Kafka could be very proud of) I'll try to respect them as much as I can, hoping that in a not so far future you and other like you will realise how sick this huge bunch of regulations and the entire wikipedia idea currently are. PS: Btw, I obviously know the name of the "town" is Vinci and not "Da Vinci" as I actually was born not so many kilometers from it. I used "Da Vinci" and I've not found something better on the spot considering that I've a work, I've to do a lot of things and I wanted only to stress the idea of what I was writing about the Triennale and I think it worked pretty fine as surely you understood what I meant. Best, E — Preceding unsigned comment added by EnghireSpika (talk • contribs) 16:29, 27 December 2017 (UTC)