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June 18th - S. Giovanni e Paolo regata

Last week of June - Feast of San Pietro di Castello Various stands offering traditional Venetian dishes and wine.

July 15th (Third week of July) - Redentore Feast-Day of the Redeemer. Religious ceremonies are held every year in the church erected to commemorate the plague of 1577. The festival begins on Saturday night when decorated boats take up position in St.Mark's Basin to watch the fireworks. Sunday afternoon there is a regatta in the Giudecca Canal. Visitors to the Redentore church (Giudecca Island) can reach it by walking across a specially built pontoon bridge

 
 
 
       
"Madame Fisscher"

  from April 15th to June 15th 2012
 

 

Palazzo Grassi, San Samuele, 3231 - San Marco - Venice


Opening hours: Daily from 10.00 to 7.00 p.m. except 24th, 25th, 31st of December and the 1st of January.  
Tickets
: € 9 - € 6.50 reduced
Phone: +39.041.5231680
Official Web Site: Grassi Palace

   
 
 
 
 
 
       
"Le vie del mare: portolani e carte nautiche dalle collezioni del Museo Correr"

 from April to August 30th 2012

 

 


 

Museum Correr, San Marco - Ala Napoleonica - Venice

Opening hours: Daily from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Ticket office closes 1 hour earlier.
Seasonal hours
: 11.1-3.31: 9 a.m./5 p.m.; 4.1-10.31: 9 a.m. /7 p.m.
Tickets
: € 9; Concession: € 7 children from 6 to 14 years; students from 15 to 29 years; holders of entrance ticket to Venetian Civic Museums, leaders (max 2) accompanying groups of childrens or students, EU citizens over 65, holders of Rolling Venice Card and Venice Card; Venetian residents; member of Touring Club; Free: children 0/5 years; disabled people with escort, authorised guides; interpreters accompanying tour groups; group leaders (groups of at least 21 people with reservation).
Official Web Site:
Museum Correr

   
 
 
 
 
       
"SPIRITO KLIMTIANO: Galileo Chini, Vittorio Zecchin and the great decoration in Venice"

from March 31st to July 8th 2012

 

 

 

 Museo Cā Pesaro, S. Croce 2076 - Venice


Opening hours: until 31 March, 10am-5pm, closed on Mondays; from 1 April, 10am -6pm, closed on Mondays
Tickets: € 5.50; Concession: € 3 children from 6 to 14 years; students from 15 to 29 years; holders of entrance ticket to Venetian Civic Museums, leaders (max 2) accompanying groups of childrens or students, EU citizens over 65, holders of Rolling Venice Card and Venice Card; member of Touring Club;
Special reduction: € 3,00 Musei di Piazza San Marco ticket holders, Museum Pass, Musei Civici Veneziani. Free: children 0/5 years; disabled people with escort, Venetian residents, authorised guides; interpreters accompanying tour groups; group leaders (groups of at least 21 people with reservation).
Official Web Site:
Ca' Pesaro

   
 
 
     
      
       
       
"MORLAITER. A Venitian sculptor"

 from december 15th 2011 to December 31st 2012

 

Cā Rezzonico, 701 Dorsoduro - Venice
 

 

 

Opening hours: every day 9.00 am - 17.30 pm; Wednesday and Friday 9.00 am - 9.30 pm. closed Tuesdays
Tickets: full price euro 8; concessions euro 6
Official Web Site: Ca' Rezzonico

   
 
 
     
 
 
 
              
"SPRING AT PALAZZO FORTUNY"

from march 10th to June 26th 2012

 

 

Palazzo Fortuny, San Marco - Venezia

"Mariano Fortuny was a great modern artist whose creations ranged from the development of theatrical lighting to the invention of particular methods for dyeing and printing textiles. Knowledge of the work in the collections of Palazzo Fortuny has enabled me to trace parallels with my own research as an artist. Questions relating to light, form, materials, structure, decorative arts and serial production are at the core of my concerns. I see this exhibition as a opportunity to create a dialogue between works of art from different periods; to engage with the work and spirit of Fortuny." This is how Henri Foucault interprets and explains his presence here at Palazzo Fortuny. Sosein and Satori, the two series of work on display, comprise photographic images that concentrate on different aspects of corporeality. Each image is either punctured or re-defined by the dense agglomerations of steel pins that form a layer above it. In effect, the work focuses on the perception of light, on a redefinition of the sense of volume, on the relation between the two- and three-dimensional, between form and structure, between photography and sculpture.

 

Opening hours: Daily from October 9th to November 7th 2004, ground floor.
Ticket: Adults:
€ 9; Concession: € 6.50 children from 6 to 14 years;
Official Web Site: Palazzo Fortuny
 

 
 
      
          
       
Vogalonga May 27th 2012 - Pictures !! pictures!!  
 


The Vogalonga is a non-competitive race that takes part in Venice history since its birth (November 11, 1974). It covers about 30 kilometers by way of canals and through the most beloved and picturesque parts of the Lagoon of Venice.

This race would be an invitation to the city authorities and citizens to act against the decline of the city, against the destructive waves caused by motor boats and to renew the traditional Venetian festivities.

Click here to see the the photos of the last Vogalonga (May  27th 2012).

 

 
 
      
       

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