1. The mysterious fountain of De Chirico
In 1973, the legendary artist Giorgio de Chirico built one of his most evocative works for the Parco dell’Arte della Triennale di Milano. He called it “The Mysterious Baths” a fountain of unusual shape from which brightly colored figures emerged, human and not. The original sculptures are now preserved in the Museo del Novecento but the Fountain, in its original form, has been replicated in the gardens of the Triennale, giving back to this Milan scenario one of his most “hidden” and undervalued works.
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