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EXHIBITIONS IN VENICE

All the major running exhibitions in Venice commented by art critics working in Venice: exhibitions' reviews and information about opening hours, tickets' price and running period!

EXHIBITION IN FLORENCE, ROME AND NAPLES
EXBITIONS IN FLORENCE ITALY
EXBITIONS IN ROME ITALY
EXBITIONS IN NAPLES ITALY
Gallerie dell'Accademia

San Barnaba, Dorsoduro 2826 Venice

Running exhibition from October 11th 2014 to March 1st 2015
"Disegni dell’Ottocento e del Novecento. Da Hayez a Vedova"

From the Collezione dei Gabinetti dei Disegni e Stampe dell'Accademia of Venice go inside the exhibition 110 of the about 300 drawnings of the permanent collection dating back to XIXth and XXth century.

Running exhibition from March 22nd to June 29th 2014
"Carlo Saraceni, un Veneziano tra Roma e l’Europa"

Running exhibition from August 29th to December 2nd 2012
"Il Tiziano mai visto. La fuga in Egitto e la grande pittura veneta."

Running Exhibition from january 26th to April 20th
"Last Tiziano and the sensuality of painting"

Running Exhibition from November 27th to March 13th 2005
"Ritratti ed autoritratti d'artista dai depositi delle Gallerie"

Running Exhibition from November 27th to March 13th 2005
"Carpaccio - Pittore di Storie"

In the exhibition "Carpaccio. Painter of stories" opened in the galleries of Academy in Venice, the pictorial cycles of the artist, usually missing in different Italian and foreign museums, are put together for the first time. The exhibition joins together in the big room XXIII the six episodes with the "Virgin's stories" made probably in 1504 for the Albanesi's school (today kept at Accademia di Brera in Milan, Accademia Carrara in Bergamo and Galleria Facchetty at the Ca' d'oro) and two of the paintings of the "Stories of the Saint Stefan's life" (1511-1520), the "Stoning to death" which come from Staatgallerie of Stoccarda, and the "Sermon" from the Louvre, although there are only reproductions of the works from Staatliche Museum of Berlin and art Gallery of Brera because their state of preservation has prevented their lent. This exhibition gives also the opportunity to admire the works always present at the Gallery of Academy, as "The miracle of the obsessed" at the Bridge of Rialto made for the school of Saint Giovanni the Evangelist: a big telero (canvas) painted by Carpaccio in 1494 that belongs to the "Cycle of miracles of the cross relic" which saw the collaboration of the best contemporary painters. The Venetian activity of this artist began in 1490, when he signed, for the homonimy school, the first of nine paintings of the cycle of the saint Orsola. From that time until 1520 the painter made four pictorial cycles in which he described myracles and life of saints: "The cross' miracle at Rialto Bridge", "Stories about the Vergin's life" , "Saint Stefan's stories" and "Saint Girolamo, Giorgio and Trifone's stories". The exhibition shows how this painter was able to interpret the swarm, the people's activity and life in Venice by using always a big pictorial and chromatic brilliancy and the continuous study of movements. It is really interesting to see also how in Carpaccio's painting, there are always some iconographic symbolic elements which refer constantly to a Christian trust and a spiritual message.

Opening hours: Monday 8.15 a.m.-2 p.m. From Tuesday to Sunday 8.15 a.m. -7.15 p.m.
Tickets: entrance to the exhibition is include in Accademia Gallery's ticket
Full: 9,00; Reduced 5,75 per cittadini UE da 18 a 25 anni ed insegnanti di ruolo; Free: UE cityzens under 18 and over 65, students and UE teachers, journalists (exhibiting card), History of Art students
Web Site: Galleria Accademia Vernezia
Information: Gallerie dell'Accademia, campo della Carita', Venezia Tel. 0415200345


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