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.
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The exhibition, open until May 12, 2013, is a collection of 142 watercolors, etchings, gravers and preparatory drawings in ink of the famous view of the De Barbari. The view in question is a woodcut in six tables, a view of Venice bird sight style where the Arsenale is the main subject, a place where once were built the vessels of the Serenissima.
A wonderful collection by Adele Fornoni Bisacco Palazzi illustrates the ancient and extraordinary art of lace.
The fascinating history of this art is well described in this exposition…
This show can be found only until the 13th January 2013, it’s held between the ancient walls of the Archeological Museum of Venice. This particular collection is inspired to all the pics she took all over the world about places and monuments who represent the”holy”.
The 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.
One of the most famous legends about Burano narrates that an ancient betrothed fisherman, while he was fishing outside the lagoon, in the east sea, hold up to a siren who tried to entice him by her canto.
In conjunction with the 54th Venice Biennale, the Museum of Ca ‘Pesaro presents a site-specific project by Anita Sieff at the first floor, hall 10.
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta (Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta) is a basilica church on the island of Torcello. It is a notable example of Venetian-Byzantine architecture, one of the most ancient religious edifices in the Veneto.
The Correr Museum of Venice, for the celebration of the 150th Birthday of the Unification of Italy, hosts the exhibition “Venezia che spera – L’unione all’Italia (1859-1866)”.
The Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation is happy to announce A Ballad of the Flooded Museum, a solo exhibition of Italian artists Hilario Isola and Matteo Norzi, curated by Paola Nicolin. The exhibition will open to the public on August 26th 2010 during the inauguration of the 12th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice.