On 10 May 1933 the 5th Milan Triennale opened in the new Palazzo dell’Arte designed by Giovanni Muzio and built in two years, from 1931 to 1933. The Milan Triennale, to celebrate its 80th birthday, presents four days of exhibitions, events and concerts. From Thursday the 9th to Sunday the 12th, visitors can also see the exhibition of the Historical Archives of the Milan Triennale, a narrative in images of the history of the institution; over 100 works from the collections of the Maga museum, after the fire at its facility; the exhibition Pianeta Expo 2015, to present the contents of the Expo, and Collateral Landscape. There will also be two presentations: the new map of the historical center of Milan, and the project on Lombard sculpture of the 1900s, Fondarterritorio, with the sculptures by Angelo Bozzola and Carlo Ramous that are now part of the Triennale. Run4T is now at its second edition, with a running event in Parco Sempione, jazz at the Teatro dell'Arte, two workshops for children and a concert. Every evening there will be musical aperitifs at the outdoor Triennale DesignCafé, with live performances. www.triennale.it.