Archive for April, 2012

Centenary of the rebuilding of the St. Mark’s Bell Tower

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

sm bell For the centenary of the rebuilding of the St. Mark’s Bell Tower, Tuesday April 24, at the Goldoni’s Theatre, will be show on stage a spetacle titled “How and Where! Scenic remembrance by Enrico Ricciardi“.

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Vollard: the dealer who discovered Picasso

Friday, April 13th, 2012

picasso2This is a first time for Italy! At the Venetian Institute of Science and Art (Palazzo Franchetti) 150 operas will tell the relationship between Ambroise Vollard (an Art Dealer who discovered Picasso) and Pablo Picasso.

Vollard (1866 – 1939) was a pioneer in Europe between art dealers, he had an essential role in the development of the modern art until the first decades of the XX century. For example he organized the first personal exposition of Paul Cézanne in 1895.

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XIV Art Week

Friday, April 13th, 2012

lanostrasettimana2012The XIV Art Week will start tomorrow 14 April 2012. Until the 22nd April the entrance all the State’s Museum, Archeological Sites, Monuments, Mansions and Public Libraries will be FREE OF CHARGE!!!
And in this days this is a quite surprising new here in Italy.

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Artisti in Vetrina 2012

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

artistiinvetrinaWhat a nice new idea: it will be possible to shop Venice in a new way! In 70 shops all over the city center you will have the chance to admire different operas from local and international artistist, just beside the goods that you will (probably!) buy.

This new event, “Artisti in Vetrina 2012“, is promoted by the Deutsch-Italian cultural association, the international group TheSeven, Confesercenti and the city hall administration.

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Gustav Klimt at Correr Museum

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

klimt Gustav Klimt comes again in Venice!!! This exhibition held in Correr Museum in Piazza San Marco it’s an occasion to celebrate is 150 Anniversary of the artist’s Birth (1862 – 2012).
Also is about 100 years far from his first participation to Venice’s Biennale (1910). “Gustav Klimt in the sign of Hoffmann and the Secession” (this is the title choosed for this venetian event) has the pourpose to introduce the visitorat the evolution of Klimt’s architecture and painting with an incredible cycle of drawings, painting, furnituress and jewelry.

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