With summer winding down, it is time to get the mind back on schedules and prospects for the fall. Scrawled agendas, video calls returning to office meetings, (more or less) good purposes for the new season. Like every year, Domus tries to soften the return by focusing on art and entertainment, with a global outlook.
Here is a list of the best exhibition projects around the world not to be missed this autumn. These range from Bruce Nauman’s spectacular neon rooms at the Fondazione Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan, to a Parisian exhibition dedicated to the pioneering figure of Virgil Abloh, the fashion designer and entrepreneur who died a year ago, and a project exploring new ways of living and coexisting with the pandemic at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. Scroll through the gallery to be taken on a journey around the world this autumn.
Opening image: “Keith Haring. Radiant Vision”, Reggia di Monza