Until 13 October, Milan’s Museo Bagatti Valsecchi is showcasing Toni Zuccheri’s solo 

exhibition featuring a wide number of unique animal-themed works. The exhibition focuses on the production of an artist who looked at Nature as a privileged source of inspiration, thus turning the museum’s rooms into a poetic, evocative aviary.

As a tireless experimenter, Zuccheri widely tried his hand at diverse materials like wood, stones, copper, leaves, giving life to a number of ornithological creations like hoopoes, cocks and ducks, highlighted by a personal choice of means of expression.

This exceptional experience also leads to the discovery of one of Milan’s most cherished museums, where excellence and craftsmanship are at home, between wonder and amazement, within Toni Zuccheri’s fantastic world.