Within the project of valorization of the cultural heritage, the Italian Ministry of Cultural Goods has been promoting the exceptional initiative of late-night opening of the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice!
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Palazzo Mocenigo opened again to the public (the opening has been the 1st November 2013) with a completely new proposal, thanks also to the help of Pier Luigi Pizzi.
Thanks to the restoration many elements, furnitures, frescos and decoration of this wonderful building can be admired again by everybody.
The new exposition not only give you the chance to admire ancient drapes and clothes from ‘700, but also many other objects! This has been possible thanks to the collaboration of other venetians museums of Fondazione Musei Civici Veneziani.
Since few days, Ca’ D’Oro Museum promotes the last remaining days of the exposition “Da Giorgio Franchetti a Giorgio Franchetti. Collezionismi alla Ca’ D’Oro” with guided tours included in the rate of the ticket!
To be noticed that the exposition include “I Tesori del Ghetto di Venezia“, a wonderful collection of silver items restored by Venetian Heritage.
To be Remember also that next Saturday, 30th November 2013, the Gallery will be open also during the evening, from 20.00 to 24.00. This is the first event dedicated to the theme “Misteri di Venezia”, accomplished with the association “Fili di Culture” and part of the National project “una Notte al Museo”.
The Correr Museum in the Saint Mark’s frame is the place that will host till Sunday 27th October 2013 the exhibition dedicated to the living sculptor Anthony Caro.
Anthony Caro isn’t new to Venice, he took part to the Biennale of Arts in 1958, 1966 and 1999. In this particular year he displayed about thirty works that cover more than fifty years of career.
His favorite material is steel, but he experimented many other solutions such as bronze, wood, lead and paper.
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.
We’re not talking about plants and flowers in the strict sense, but porcelain, lacquer ware and decorations! The Oriental Art Museum of Ca’ Pesaro has a new route by the personnel of the Museum itself and with the participation of Ohara Ikebana Study Group of Venice. The title of the exhibition is “Japanese flowers and plants in Venice. A journey through the seasons between porcelain, lacquerware, paintings “.
The exhibition dedicated to Rudolf Stingel will remain open until December 31, 2013.
The artist was invited by Francois Pinault to conceive in absolute freedom the exhibition spaces, for the first time ever involve the entirety of the building!!!
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”.
That’s another not to be missed show at Peggy Guggenheim Museum! The exposition of 60 and more works (paintings and works on paper) is entitled “Capogrossi: a Retrospective“, but it include also operas from two other contemporary artists: Alberto Burri and Lucio Fontana (both italians).