“Arts & Foods.  Rituals since 1851” is the title of the Expo pavilion set up in the city centre, inside Milan’s Triennale Museum. Curated by art critic Germano Celant, with an installation designed by Studio Italo Rota, “Arts & Foods” recounts the multifaceted relationship between art and food by means of a chronological and thematic layout starting from 1851, year of the first Expo through to the present day. Dedar fabrics and wallpapers have been used in the installation to evoke various historical contexts: the printed satin Geometrie qui bouge, the velvets Splendido, Fancy and Plushy, the hand-woven silk Fanfara and the Wow wallpaper design.

Architect: Studio Italo Rota
Fabrics: Fancy; Plushy; Fanfara; carta da parati Wow; Splendido; Geometrie qui bouge

Architect: Studio Italo Rota
Fabrics: Fancy; Plushy; Fanfara; carta da parati Wow; Splendido; Geometrie qui bouge

Architect: Studio Italo Rota
Fabrics: Fancy; Plushy; Fanfara; carta da parati Wow; Splendido; Geometrie qui bouge

Architect: Studio Italo Rota
Fabrics: Fancy; Plushy; Fanfara; carta da parati Wow; Splendido; Geometrie qui bouge