Posts Tagged ‘mostra’

Hiroshige. From Edo to Kyoto: famous views of Japan

Saturday, October 4th, 2014


By September 20th at the Museum of Palazzo Grimani in Santa Maria Formosa is exceptionally exposed the entire corpus of polychrome woodblock prints of Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858), one of the greatest protagonists of the Japanese art of all time.
At the end of the 19th century his art fascinated and conquered Europe and its artists, including Van Gogh, who replied two of his operas with oil technique.
The exhibition offers the most famous and beloved images of the great interpreter, undisputed master of the landscape, called the “poet of nature“.


DIVINE Splendor of scene

Sunday, September 14th, 2014

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Opens on August 30, 2014 until January 11, 2015 at the Franchetti gallery the exhibition DIVINE Splendor of the scene.
The uniqueness of the monumental complex of the Ca’d’Oro offers now a particular sector of decorative arts: the “creative jewellry” from the collection of Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo.


Le Stanze del Vetro – Santillana

Sunday, May 25th, 2014

Continues the cultural project of Fondazione Giorgio Cini and Pentagram Stiftung entitled “Le Stanze del Vetro”, created to raise awareness of the 20th century glass art and to promote contemporary glass artists.
The current exibithion allows us to know Laura De Santillana and Alexander Diaz De Santillana, two brothers descended from a mythical glassmaking dynasty, with the likes of father Lodovico Diaz De Santillana and the grandfather, Paolo Venini.


A self-portrait by Miroslav Kraljević, Croatian modernist

Saturday, May 24th, 2014

The Ca ‘ Pesaro Gallery continues to offer its spaces to the discovery and deepening of cultural currents and lesser-known authors.
Opens a retrospective dedicated to Miroslav Kraljević (1885-1913), an artist lesser known to the general public but widely considered to be the first Croatian modernist painter that surprises for expressive subtlety and technical skill.



Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

It opens at the Accademia Art Gallery a large anthological exhibition dedicated to Carlo Saraceni (1579-1620), seventeenth-century Venetian painter of great repute.
The artist, although he was very attached to its territory, has spent most of career in Rome, where he was known simply as “the Venetian”.
In the eternal city he received his most important purchasers, helping to make great the Venetian footprint outside the borders of the Serenissima.


Titian, a self-portrait. Autography problems in Titianesque graphics

Friday, April 4th, 2014

At The Correr Museum you can admire a fascinating self-portrait found by a few years and attributed to Titian Vecellio.
The drawing, on loan from a private collection, is one of the most original initiatives among the exhibitions organized in the Lagoon at this time, which allows the public to admire the representation of himself that the ‘big old’ wanted to consign to history.



Thursday, March 6th, 2014

Set in the prestigious rooms of the Doge’s apartment in Palazzo Ducale, the exhibition “THE SERENE PRINCE. HISTORY AND STORIES OF THE DOGES AND DOGARESS ”
This is a comprehensive view about the historical evolution of the city of Venice, through paintings, sculptures, coins and various other items of artistic and historical interest.


Manet comes back in Venice!

Monday, June 10th, 2013

Until August 18, 2013, in the halls of Palazzo Ducale, there will be exposed eighty paintings by Manet, drawings and engravings, in collaboration with the Orsay Museum in Paris.


Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation: 4 Exhibitions

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

bevilacqua_la_masa_1The Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, on the occasion of the Art Biennale 2011, offers the public a series of initiatives based around young artists, both from the region and around the world, underlining its vocation for experimental art.

TRA – Edge of Becoming at the Museo Fortuny

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

2592-copertina_TRAThe Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia and the Vervoordt Foundation present TRA.EDGE OF BECOMING.