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Inspired by the Generation section at miart 2019, this guide is a tool to navigate visitors through the exhibitions currently on view in Milan. It follows a chronological order and it is based on a socio-cultural perspective. The 5 sections the guide unfolds through allow the  visitors to be able to find what they are looking for in the whole city of Milan, and to discover similarities, differences and influences amongst the various generations of artists, this way going beyond a Eurocentric approach. This chapter focuses on those producers born between 1981 and 1996. This is the generation of the Baby Boomers sons, and its affirmation marks the start of a new era: the digital era.

Production still from work in progress. by Lizzie Fitch e Ryan TrecartinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Still from Love at the Frankfurt Autoshow by Than Hussein ClarkTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Untitled (2014) by Cleo FariselliTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Fabric Work (2019) by Emil Micheal KleinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Across the Border by Filippo MinelliTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Mirror Cookie (2018) by Sophia Al-MariaTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Difference and Repetition (2019) by Jacopo MazzonelliTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Second Summons by Joshua SchwebelTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

present company by Lauren GaultTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

02 IM Venezia (2015) by Ibrahim MahamaTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Multiverso (2019) by Stefano Comensoli e Nicolò ColciagoTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

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Sguish (detail) (2018) by Luca LoretiTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Suspended Island (2015) by Giulia MaioranoTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

straching (2018) by Camilla PozzaTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

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