Galleria Campari opened in 2010 for the 150th anniversary of Campari. It is in Sesto San Giovanni, Milan, in the Headquarters of Campari Group designed by the internationally renowned architect Mario Botta.
Throughout every step of Campari’s rich history, since 1860, the brand has been a source of passionate inspiration for many artists across different fields, inspiring limitless and unique creations in the worlds of art, design, cinema and mixology.
Galleria Campari is home to interactive installations and iconic original posters, drawings, sketches, artist’ books, from the beginning of the 1900 until modern times by important artists such as Dudovich, Nizzoli, Cappiello, Depero, Munari.
In addition, Galleria Campari narrates the profound relationship between Campari and the world of cinema through the so-called Italian “Caroselli” of the 1960s/1970s; the TV commercials by directors such as Fellini and Singh Tarsem; and short movies designed by Sorrentino, Sollima and Garrone.
Finally, the space shows a selection of original mixology tools; historical bottles and glasses; vintage merchandising and contemporary design pieces.
With a history as deep and rich as the flavour of the liquid itself, Campari has a unique heritage and story to tell which may start in 1860 but goes beyond the present to clearly mark its path into the future.
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Viale A. Gramsci 161
Sesto San Giovanni