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Forma is Milano's acclaimed house of photography that captures art through photojournalistic exhibitions. Founded in 2005 by several foundations, its mission is to preserve and promote the medium and history of photography through exhibitions, workshops, conferences, debates, projections and services and sales of prints for collectors. In the past, artists such as Dino Fracchia and Gianni Berengo Gardin have showcased their exhibitions.
Seat of the Municipal government of Milan, the building was designed in 1558 by architect Galeazzo Alessi for Tommaso Marino. Left incomplete after having been confiscated in lieu of the owner's debts, the construction was modified by successive owners, and was completed only when Luca Beltrami built the façade facing Piazza della Scala in 1888-1892, on the model of Alessi's original façade facing Piazza San Fedele. An example of Mannerism, the building represents a combination of exuberant decoration and architectural motifs with a sophisticated use of classical elements.
The Orthodox Church is the Catholic Church of the east and professes the Orthodox Catholic faith. The word orthodox is of Greek origin and means honest faith, honest praise. Orthodox Christians are Catholic Christians from the Undivided Church before the schism of the west, at a time when the east and west were still united in a single faith. The Orthodox faith, once limited to a few countries in eastern Europe is now present in almost all western countries. The Greek Orthodox Church is the youngest of the Orthodox churches and is present in Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Sweden and was founded by the Church of true Orthodox Christians in Greece.
After the Piccolo Teatro was inaugurated in 1947, it gained immense popularity not only among the residents of Milan but also across the globe. The theater has since then acted as a custodian of art and culture and continues to support as well as encourage local artists and their national counterparts. The theater is extends its name to three different venues- Teatro Grassi, Teatro Studio and Teatro Strehler; these can be used for a variety of performing-arts events depending on the audience capacity expected for them.
Built by Luigi Canonica from 1798, this theater was later completely refurbished. Teatro Filodrammatici is run by a cultural association called eThica?, and focuses on theatrical productions and other shows by contemporary writers. It is located in the small square adjacent to Teatro alla Scala.