scheduled The colors of emotions

The show

From 10 to 16 October at the ADI Design Museum , the new Milanese cultural center dedicated to the Compasso d'Oro collection , design and creativity, "The colors of emotions" will be held, a collective exhibition promoted by the Mercurio Association, which collects more than 40 works by as many designers, artists and creatives who will interpret the theme of emotions, each with their own sensitivity, technique and method of expression.

The exhibition, curated by the designers Lorenzo Palmeri, Matteo Ragni and Giulio Iacchetti, represents the moment of restitution of the educational project of the Mercurio Association "The colors of emotions", an opportunity to share with the city a collective reflection on the theme of emotional awareness.

Important names of Italian design and creativity have joined the initiative, among others, Italo Rota, Mara Servetto, Elena Salmistraro, Letizia Cariello, Alessandro Busci, Nicoletta Morozzi, Duilio Forte and Luca Quagliato .

" The colors of emotions " is the educational path that Associazione Mercurio has activated in the Primary Schools of Milan and Lombardy to promote psycho-emotional well-being among children, inviting them to get to know and express themselves, freely and without fear of being judged. .

The project, born in full pandemic in spring 2021, opens up a precious space for reflection and listening, allowing children to express emotions and fears amplified by Covid and aggravated by the climate of war and the global emergencies that involve us.

Works on display

Timetable and tickets


Piazza Compasso d'Oro, 1
20154 Milan


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