The Triennial of Milan, housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte in Parco Sempione, is an institution that produces international cultural exhibitions, conferences, events and art, design, architecture, fashion, film and communications. La Triennale di Milano was founded in Monza in 1923 on the occasion of the Biennale of decorative arts. It was moved in 1933 in Milan when it was completed the Palazzo dell'Arte by Giovanni Muzio. The Triennale has as its objective, since its founding, to stimulate and interact with industry, the business world and applied arts. His innovative role was already evident during the first edition of the exhibition in 1933 by artists such as Giorgio De Chirico, Mario Sironi and Carlo Carra. Since 2007, the Triennale Design Museum is a museum attentive to the history of design and continuous artistic ferment. Since 2011 houses the Art Theater, as well as one of the most important theaters of the Milan scene reference point for cultural projects and perfomativi arts. The Triennale hosts several archival sections, such as historical archives, photographic, audiovisual and of architectural and artistic funds. Even today, the Triennale hosts exhibitions, events and conferences to bring the public closer to contemporary art and visual, design and architecture.