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Vanguard vortex at the P.Guggenheim Collection

Monday, February 14th, 2011

imagesUntil June 05th an exposition at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection is paying tribute to the Vorticist movement, an Anglo-American vanguard movement founded by Ezra Pound and Wyndham Lewis in 1914, in London, as a response to French Cubism and in dissident polemics with Italian Futurism.

Happy Spritz at the Peggy Guggenheim

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

When also aperitif becomes art!!!

Every monday of May comes back the formula “HappySpritz”.

After the big sucess of the last year, comes back at the Collection Guggenheim the rendez-vous with “Happyspritz Guggenheim”, the aperetif “of art” which attracted more than 4 thousand people the past spring, people who wanted to share a moment culturaly stimulating in the garden of Palazzo Venier dei Leoni.

Every monday of May from 07:00pm to 09:30pm, the Peggy’s house will open again its own doors to the young people and not only, for a rendez-vous dedicated to art, music and Spritz the famous venitian drink. The formula doesn’t change: the entrance cost is 7 euro (free only for possessors of the Young Pass, the Guggenheim Membership and the under 26) and offers the possibility to visit the collection and the temporary exposition called “Utopia Matters. From the brotherhoods to the Bauhaus”, with 2 spritz offered and the music of a dj. 
Every monday of May (17, 24, 31), from 07:00pm to 09:30pm at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.

Contact: 704 Dorsoduro, I-30123 Venezia
Open daily 10am-6pm (closed Tuesdays and December 25)
tel +39.041.2405411