Exhibitions and art projects in Venice for the winter season. What not to miss at all
Are you visiting the beautiful city of Venice and aren't you satisfied with the permanent collections of the city's museums? So here are for you some temporary exhibitions not to be missed among museums and galleries; Venice will leave you absolutely speechless.
Ikona Gallery – Memory for the future, Dialogue
Dialogue is the second exhibition in 2019 and aims to mark the 40th anniversary of Ikona Photo Gallery inthe Campo of Ghetto Nuovo. A gallery that intends to be a point of reference for artists and photographers, that makes meetings and cultural exchanges its pride, also organizing conferences and courses in photography to convey and pass on the passion for this timeless art.
This new exhibition continues with the idea of dialogue with respect to what was proposed in the first exhibition in 2019, as the title suggests. Erich Hartmann, Ferdinando Scianna, Barbara Morgan, Lisette Model, Martine Franck, the protagonists of photography of the mid and late twentieth century, have exhibited in several stages at 'Ikona. A must for fans of the kind.
From 4 October 2019 to 22 January 2020.
Alberta Pane Gallery - The collection of Mr X, the man who lived 500 years
This autumn, the historic Alberta Pane Gallery is presenting an exhibition at its Venice headquarters entitled The collection of Mr X, the man who lived 500 years, a collective exhibition curated by the writer and researcher Joana P. R. Neves, with works by artists Gabriela Albergaria, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Nicolás Robbio and João Vilhena. The artistic research that over the years has proposed the gallery between its offices in Paris and Venice is always of great value.
From 28 September 2019 to 21 December 2019.
Beatrice Burati Anderson Art Space & Gallery - Andrew Huston/Tristano by Robilant. Venice Works
Venice works is a two-personal exhibition that combines Andrew Huston's paintings with the glass works the sculptures of Tristan di Robilant. The similarities between the two artists intersect in a series of works that tell their relationship with the city. This appointment is also strongly recommended.
From 8 September 2019 to 23 December 2019
Palazzo Ducale Venezia - From Tiziano to Rubens/Capolavori from Antwerp and other Flemish collection
Let's leave the great contemporary art for just a moment to point out a truly stimulating exhibition that you can visit until the end of winter in the beautiful setting of the Palazzo Ducale. Timeless masterpieces belonging to rare Flemish collections, both public and private, granted extraordinarily on loan, with some works that are shown in public for the first time. From Titian to Rubens is therefore a unique opportunity to explore a golden age for the history of international art and painting. Should we add more?
From 5 September 2019 to 1 March 2020
Palazzo Grassi - La pelle_Luc Tuymans and Punta della Dogana - Luogo e segni
The François Pinault Collection can be considered one of the world's largest collections of modern and contemporary art. It is housed in the Venetian spaces of Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana and is an international reference point for major contemporary art exhibitions.
In this winter season there are still two interesting exhibition projects in the two different locations. Palazzo Grassi hosts "La pelle", the first solo exhibition in Italy of the Belgian artist Luc Tuymans (Mortsel, 1958), as part of the monographic program dedicated to exploring great artists of our time.
In Punta della Dogana, instead, there will be "Luogo e Segni" (Place and Signs), which takes its name from a work by Carol Rama in the exhibition, and brings together 36 artists whose works have a special relationship with their urban, social, political, historical and intellectual context.
It is important to underline the importance of the exhibition projects of an institution like this: quality is assured.
Palazzo Grassi from 24 March 2019 to 6 January 2020
Punta della Dogana from March 24th to December 15th 2019
International Gallery of modern art of Cà Pesaro - Breathless/Senza Respiro
The International Gallery of modern art of Cà Pesaro presents for the end of 2019 a super-interesting exhibition that hosts over a dozen artists of the new generation in London, in a project that highlights all their different artistic declinations, from painting to sculpture, from video to photography, installation, up to the language of performance. Most of the productions are new and are the result of site-specific interventions that allow us to decipher the contemporary London cultural landscape, from the nineties to the most seductive actuality of young avant-garde and innovators. Don't miss it!
From October 19, 2019 to March 1, 2020
Peggy Guggenheim Collection - The last Dogaressa from 21 September 2019 to 27 January 2020
An exhibition project that celebrates the Venetian life of the collector Peggy Guggenheim, revealing how she continued to increase her collection with important works of art after leaving New York, closing the gallery-museum Art of This Century (1942-47) and moving to Venice in 1948. The exhibition presents paintings, sculptures and works on paper selected from those acquired between the end of the 1940s and 1979, the year of the collector's death.
The latest Dogaressa will offer an unprecedented opportunity to review and recontextualize historical masterpieces, such as René Magritte's The Empire of Light (1953-54), alongside rarely exhibited works by artists such as René Brô, Gwyther Irwin and Grace Hartigan, as well as Japanese painters such as Kenzo Okada and Tomonori Toyofuku, who demonstrate the patron's interest in art created beyond the borders of Europe and the United States.
From 21 September 2019 to 27 January 2020