Within the walls of Palazzo Bocconi-Rizzoli-Carraro, in central Corso Venezia, near the GAM, the PAC and the Civic Museum of Natural History, the new Etruscan Museum of Milan is now taking shape. It is on schedule to open its doors by the end of next year. Thanks to the project by the architect Mario Cucinella, the museum premises will expand the exhibition spaces, while also housing a series of transdisciplinary scientific and educational activities.
The force behind the operation is the Luigi Rovati Foundation, an expression of the Rovati family’s love of art and the commitment of the pharmaceutical company created by the founder Luigi to the social and cultural field. The Vice-President of the Foundation is Giovanna Forlanelli Rovati, a graduate in medicine, director general of Rottapharm Biotech, collector of contemporary art, head of the Johan & Levi publishing house: she holds the reins of the museum project in progress.Download the pdf file