Manifiesto Blanco is an exhibition space dedicated to contemporary art, opened in Milan in 2016 in the evocative and airy liberty setting of via Benedetto Marcello.
It takes its name from the famous "Manifiesto Blanco" by Lucio Fontana, which sanctioned the birth of "Spatialism", emphasizing the role of gesture and sign, capable of generating new spaces for creative representation. Manifiesto Blanco was therefore born as a place to welcome and share those creative experiences that intend to suggest new possible scenarios in the world of art, beyond the usual market logic.
The different expressions of the contemporary figurative represent the fil rouge of the gallery's exhibition proposal, which has always adhered to the major Milanese artistic-cultural events and collaborates with city cultural bodies and institutions, also activating precious synergies with collectors and private galleries.
Painting, photography, sculpture, design and performative art - as well as ateliers, conferences and musical moments - animate the days and nights of Manifiesto Blanco, who also offers its own editorial line of art catalogs and artist's notebooks.