Here are some pieces I came across walking around Centrale and Navigli in Milan in October 2020. I’m sure there are many other good sites around the city.
The most poignant work I saw was by pop artist and political activist Alexandro Palombo. His posters were plastered around the porticoes along Via Vittor Pisani near Centrale where the rough sleepers bed down.
Not sure who did these but I love their stuff.
These shots were all taken on my walk along the canal in Navigli.
You can click on this gallery to get an expanded view.
Stile Liberty and Art Nouveau architecture in Milan next!