Posts Tagged ‘Museum’

“The Titian ever seen. La Fuga in Egitto and the great Venetian painting “

Monday, September 17th, 2012

Tiziano_bigUntil the 02nd of December 2012, at the Academy Galleries, everyone will have the opportunity to discover a new side of the painter Titian: the nature, in the biggest example of his masterpiece ” La Fuga in Egitto” .


Vollard: the dealer who discovered Picasso

Friday, April 13th, 2012

picasso2This is a first time for Italy! At the Venetian Institute of Science and Art (Palazzo Franchetti) 150 operas will tell the relationship between Ambroise Vollard (an Art Dealer who discovered Picasso) and Pablo Picasso.

Vollard (1866 – 1939) was a pioneer in Europe between art dealers, he had an essential role in the development of the modern art until the first decades of the XX century. For example he organized the first personal exposition of Paul Cézanne in 1895.


Spring at Palazzo Fortuny: Diana Vreeland. After Diana Vreeland

Friday, March 9th, 2012

diana-2From 10th of March to 25th of June 2012, at Palazzo Fortuny, you will have the chance to admire the first and unique exhibition dedicated to Diana Vreeland (Paris 1903-New York 1989).
The exhibition explore her complex figure and career, starting from the years at “Harper’s Bazaar” and “Vogue” and then in her role as Special Consultant for the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and try to offer a new approach to her style and thinking.


Gennaro Favai – Visions and Horizons 1879-1958.

Monday, February 20th, 2012

Gennaro-Favai-258The venetian  Gennaro Favai (1879-1958), a creative and complex Artist, an entire exposition dedicated to him, with more than 200 operas, including paintings, drawings, watercolours and etchings, that shown his complex spirit and the nostalgic side of his paintings, for his beloved city Venice, and for his particular views.


Homage to Lorenzo Lotto: the paintings of the Ermitage to the Galleries of the Academy

Monday, November 14th, 2011

Thanks to an agreement between the Ermitage museum of Saint Petersburg and the Venice Academia Art Galleries, it will be possible, to visit an exposure entirely dedicated to the Venetian painter Lorenzo Lotto.

That will be held from the 24th of November 2011 to the 26th of February 2012.

The Mystery of “Ghetto” and of the Qabbalah

Friday, October 28th, 2011

The Jewish Quarter or Ghetto, one of the most fascinating place of Venice, is dedicating the evening of 31 October to discover and explore the mystery of this amazing place.


Venice and the Egypt: two millenniums of History

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

pd+v&gFrom Oct. 1st to Jan 22nd The Dogi Palace will host the exhibition “ Venice and Egypt“ : 300 rare works about the cultural and trade connection between Venice and the mysterious land of the Pharaohs.

Back in Black exposition by Ca’ Pesaro

Friday, September 9th, 2011

morucchio-back-in-black[1]“Back in Black” is the new exposition, designed by Andrea Morruchio, housed in the famous Ca’ Pesaro Museum.


Venitian Museums open for Ferragosto – August 15th

Friday, August 5th, 2011

faloThis year you will be able to spend a Ferragosto Feast with your family a little bit different than the other years.

Burano – The Enchanting Laces

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

image007One 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.