Archive for June, 2010

Arte&Arte at Palazzo Mocenigo

Friday, June 18th, 2010

Arte&Arte at Palazzo MocenigoUntil August 29th Arte&Arte from Como in collaboration with the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia
propose you an exceptional exhibition.
The Fiber Art, contemporary expressive form in which textiles are used as Art.
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MURAKAMI WORLD AT PALAZZO GRASSI. WHEN JAPAN MEETS VENICE.

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

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Until June 11th, during the meeting with Takashi Murakami, Palazzo Grassi proposes the event “Murakami World”. Three days will be dedicated to Artc and japanese culture. From the gallery to the restaurant you will be able to discover the japanese culture and enjoy the japanese food with delicious sushi, maki, sashimi and so on.

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Exhibition “Sebastiano Ricci. The triumph of the invention in the Venetian XVII century”. Until July 11th.

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Venus and cupid after Sebastiano Ricci

This initiative is considered the most important of the acivities that Regione del Veneto and the Foundation Giorgio Cini (through the Regional Committee) have organised to celebrate, after 350 years of his birth, the figure, the genius and the works of Sebastiano Ricci, ingenious precursor  of the Rococo in Italy and in the most important european centers.
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Stefan Burger “Irene, the sinkable show”.

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Stefan_BurgerUntil June 23rd 2010 you can see in the Swiss Institute of Venice in Campo Sant’ Agnese an exposition of Stefan Burger: “Irene, The sinkable show” (Irene, la mostra affondabile). The new works have been on order of  Salvatore Lacagnina and product by the Swiss Institute of Rome.
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Silvano Rubino. In Balance between two pending points.

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

1176881795bThe works of the venetian artist Silvano Rubino will be exposed until July 18th at Palazzo Tito, head office of the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation. “In equilibrio tra due punti sospesi” is the title of the exposition that the artist has especially created for the exposition spaces of Palazzetto Tito.
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