Posts Tagged ‘exposition’

Exposition of Giorgione now until November 01st!!!

Monday, October 25th, 2010

la tempestaThree of Giorgione most famous works, The Old Lady (1506), The Naked (1508) and his most famous masterpiece, The Tempest (1507-08), will be on display for over an other month in one of Venice most unique buildings, Palazzo Grimani near Campo Santa Maria Formosa.


Alla Deriva – Sculptures by Justin Peyser

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

Justin Peyser Venezia Venice Ca' ZenobioThe sculptures of Justin Peyser can be admired at the XVII century palace Ca’ Zenobio, close to Campo Santa Margherita in Venice. Justin lives and works in New york city. He studied Visual & Environmental Studies at Harvard College and Painting in Bologna and New York. (more…)

Giacomo Favretto at Museo Correr in Venice

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

Giacomo Favretto - Museo CorrerThe opearas of the venetian painter Giacomo Favretto (1849 – 1887) are finally back in town, after more than 100 year from the last exposition. With more than 80 operas the exibithion explain his artistical life and the relation with the oter artists of the ‘800.

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.

Exposition “Russias! Memory, distortion, immaginary.” at Ca’ Foscari Palace

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

gouachem“Russias! Memory, distortion, immaginary.”

The curators Giuseppe Barbieri and Silvia Burini propose to “show” you the Story and the stories of Russia in the whole XX century through Art, gathering, for the first time, works coming from two private collections and little known by the public: the collection Morgane and the Sandretti one.

Flemish and Dutch Drawings at the Ca’ D’Oro Palace

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

ca_doroThe Ca’ d’Oro, an ancient patrician residence of the fifteenth-century, gathers the art collection which Baron Giorgio Franchetti, who bought the building in 1894, gave to the State.
In this house, decorated with a Venetian Gothic style, through fascinating architectonical glimpses,
it is possible to admire paintings of the Venetian school among which the famous San Sebastiano by Andrea Mantegna, works of the Tuscan and the Flemish school, wonderful bronze statues and Renaissance statues as well.