In Europe, Milan is the city worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic. But that hasn’t stopped its renowned cultural institutions from adopting a business-as-usual attitude: museums are moving their important collections to online platforms. Constructed between 1790–96 by Earl Lodovico Barbiano di Belgioso, the impressive Galleria D’Arte Moderna houses 3,500 works from important 19th- and 20th-century artists. Navigating on your desktops, you can pace through its grand halls, which combine curated sculptures, tapestries, and paintings. —E.C.