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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!

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Running exhibition from November 28th 2015 to Apri 10th 2016
"Splendours by Venitian Renaissance. Andrea Schiavone between Tiziano, Tintorretto and Parmigianino."

The exhibition is an absolute new dedicated to Andrea Meldolla detto Schiavone (Zara 1510 - Venezia 1563); painter able to impress the Venitian society of the XVI century for his revolutionary way of representing the traditional subjects.

Running exhibition from December 5th to March 15th 2015
"The poetry of light. Venitian drawnings from the National Gallery of Washington"

Back to Venice the drawnings belonging to the collection of National Gallery of Washinton: 130 pieces realized between XVI and XVIII century by artists such Bellini, Carpaccio, Giorgione, Lotto, Mantegna and Tiziano.

Running exhibition from September 27th to November 10th 2014
"Russia Palladiana. Palladio e la Russia dal Barocco al Modernismo"

Exhibition dedicated to the history of the influence of the great late renaissance architect in Russia. Starting from 1699, yeasr of the trandlation in russina of his Trattato di Architettura, the presence of Palladio in the architectural culture of the zarism was evident.

Running exhibition from February 8th to June 2nd 2014
"Léger. La visione della città contemporanea 1910 - 1930"

Exhibition dedicated to French painter Fernand Léger (1881-1955), avanguarde member of XX century.

Running exhibition from June 1st to October 27th 2013
"Anthony Caro. Sculptures"

Running exhibition from Februay 8th to May 18th 2014
"L’immagine della città europea dal Rinascimento al Secolo del Lumi"

Running exhibition from May 18th to October 13th 2013
"Discovering Vedova"
Running exhibition from March 8th to May 5th 2013
"I mestieri della moda.
8 marzo con Agatha Ruiz de la Prada"
Running Exhibition from December 16th to April 10th 2012
"ARMENIA. IMPRESSIONS OF A CIVILIZATION"
Running exhibition from September 28th 2012 to January 6th 2013
"Francesco Guardi"

Running Exhibition from March 16th to may 29th 2011
"VENICE THAT HOPES - Union of Italy (1859-1866)"

Running Exhibition from June 4th to November 27th 2011
"JULIAN SCHNABEL
Permanently becoming and the architecture of seeing

Running Exhibition from March 16th to May 29th 2011
"Painting's Time. Carpaccio - Opalka"

Running Exhibition from December 11th 2010 to April 25th 2011
"A millennium of Venitian art (glass)"
Running Exhibition from July 31st to November 21st 2010
"GIACOMO FAVRETTO"

Running Exhibition from October 5th to November 7th 2010
"il CANE a sei ZAMPE" - exhibition cured by Eni

Running Exhibition from May 8th to July 18th 2010
"SAFET ZEC - POWER TO THE PAINTING"

Running Exhibition from October 2nd to 30th 2010
"Poetry of Written Space - Contemporary Written Works"

Running exhibition from November 1st to May 3rd 2009
"DEPERO - Opere della collezione Fedrizzi"
Running exhibition from May 15th to January 10th 2010
"PALLADIO E/A VENEZIA
Traces and paths by Palladio: documents, drawns,
memories from venitian collections"

Running exhibition from June 5th 2008 to Jan 6th 2009
"Imagines from '700 by Rava's found"

Running Exhibition from January 10th to February 15th 2008
"ZOTTI&ALLIEVI"
Running Exhibition ffrom June 15th to August 24th 2008
"The Restoration of Clock Tower in S. Mark's Square"
Running Exhibition from September 25th to December 8th 2008
"EDUARD ANGELI VENICE"
Running Exhibition from February 15th to May 4th 2008
"LAWRENCE CARROLL"
Running Exhibition from November 16th to February 15th 2008
"DANIELE MANIN: DALLA GLORIA ALL’ESILIO.
Immagini e memorie dai Musei Civici Veneziani"

Running Exhibition from June 8th to October 7th 2007
"ENZO CUCCHI"

Running Exhibition from September 27th to February 29th 2008
"LE SFERE DELLA TERRA E DEL CIELO
Globus through four centuries of history (XVI/XIX cent.)"

Running Exhibition from March 23rd to July 22nd 2007
"SARGENT IN VENICE"

Running Exhibition from June 9th to September 2nd 2007
"WORDS AND FIGURE
Moments of history of book and press from Museo Correr Collection"

Running Exhibition from March 4th to May 7th 2006
"UGO VALERI - Sentiment and unease"

Running Exhibition from December 10th to June 4th 2006
"EMANUELE LUZZATI Marco Polo’s Il Milione"

Running Exhibition from April 8th to June 18th 2006
"HANS JEAN ARP E SOPHIE TAEUBER-ARP Love and Art"

Exhibition from December 2nd to February 26th 2006
"OMAGGIO AD ALBERTO GIANQUINTO"

Exhibition from October 29th to February 26th 2006
"FROM BELLINI TO TIEPOLO
Great Venetian painting from Sorlini Foundation"

Exhibition from February 11th to May 29th 2005
"VERONESE PROFANO"

An exhibition devoted to Paolo Caliari, called il Veronese (Verona 1528- Venezia 1588), has recently been opened. This artist together with Tintoretto and Tiziano has given the best representation of the second half of the XV century art. While Tintoretto was anxious , haunted and tormented , Veronese was calmer and more optimistic. His manierism infact is the other side of the Counter-Reformation age: the brightness of colour is simply obtained by putting them side by side so that they bring out each other. A diffused light is present in Caliari's paintings and is particularly evident in his works celebration of the Venice myth, where the Serenissima strength and richness is brought out. The same technique is used even when he paints mythological, allegoric and love scenes where he portrays refined charachters, sometimes foreshortened represented but always characterized by grace and beauty. This section closes with the penetrating and intense portraits which thanks to the curators Giandomenico Romanelli and Claudio Strinati show the innovations and the new themes brought to the Lagoon land by Veronese. Besides the exhibition, Veronese's works can also be admired by visiting Palazzo Ducale and Sala d'Oro of Libreria Marciana, and in cooperation with Chorus- il museo della Città, by visiting the churches to which Paolo Veronese gave its most beautiful masterpieces and in primis that of S. Sebastiano.

Exhibition from June 11th to October 30th 2005
"Lucian Freud"

Organised by Musei Civici Veneziani, in collaboration with the British Council, the exhibition is curated by William Feaver and includes more than eighty works by this German-born artist, some of them established masterpieces, some new works produced for the occasion.In the fifty years since he first exhibited in Venice Lucian Freud's fame as a painter has matured into pre-eminence. His achievement was recognised in the retrospective held at the Tate in London in 2002 which was seen by more people than any other show there of a living artist. Three years later, a number of new and previously unseen paintings by the 82 year old artist will form the finale to the exhibition at the Museo Correr, coinciding with the 2005 Biennale. Envisaged to run in conjunction with the 2005 Visual Arts Biennale, the show will include some seventy-five paintings and ten etchings from various European and American collections. The exhibition concentrates on Freud's lasting preoccupation, his concern for the individual and the particular. In its emphasis on what might be termed passionate proximity it will differ substantially from the Tate retrospective. Like his one-time friend Francis Bacon, Freud has always aimed to go beyond appearance. Unlike Bacon he does so by concentrating on specifics. "Everything is a portrait", he has said. The subject, whether friend or acquaintance, lover, daughter or grand daughter, whether fellow painters -such as Bacon and Hockney- or the Queen of England or indeed himself, becomes uniquely Freudian. As a grandson of Sigmund Freud, Lucian Freud has always been associated with notions of psychological insight genetically transmitted, somehow. In reality he is a painter primarily concerned with the behaviour of paint. His fierce attention to everything from plant life to a dog's muzzle, to anything from a wrinkled coverlet to the hind quarters of a horse, makes him a marvel among artists of our time, a profoundly honest, intimate, uncompromising perpetuator of (as he puts it) "the way life goes." The Exhibition is held in conjunction with the 2005 Visual Arts Biennale.

Born in Berlin in 1922, Lucian Freud moved to London with his family in 1933. His first exhibitions came in 1944 when, together with Francis Bacon and Graham Sutherland, he showed works in which the deformation of objects and faces revealed the clear influence of Neue Sichlichkeit and appreciation of the art of Georges Grosz. The nude would mark a new departure in his art and painting. "Obsession with his subject is the sole impulse necessary for a painter to set to work" is how this reserved and painstaking artist describes the motive force behind his art. In a period dominated by 'image' and by the mass media's obsession with new 'figures' on which it can feast, Lucian Freud gives expression to a profound and intimate objectivity.

 

 

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