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With a few clicks you can visit the International Gallery of Modern Art that hosts paintings and sculptures of the nineteenth and twentieth century made by artists like Kandinsky, Klee, Klimt, Chagall, Matisse, but also by italian artists like Morandi, De Chirico, Boccioni, and many others.
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(valid identity document needed at the entrance)
There is a cloakroom where visitors can hand in umbrellas, large bags and backpacks.
There is one shop in the entrance hall on the ground floor of the palace where it is possible to buy works of Italian and international publishers regarding also the Museum itself.
There is a café situated in the entrance hall on the ground floor of the palace where you can enjoy a wonderful view on the Grand Canal and taste a refined selection of coffees and pastries.
The Museum is completely accessible for disabled persons and it has also a specific lift and toilettes.
The beautiful palace of Ca' Pesaro overlooking the suggestive Grand Canal, hosts at the first and the second floor the International Gallery of Modern Art with Italian and foreign masterpieces of the 19th and 20th century, while at the third floor is located the Museum of Oriental Art.
The palace, wanted by the wealthy Pesaro family, it was designed and started in the second half of the 17th century by the architect Baldassarre Longhena, and at his death, was continued and completed in 1710 by Gian Antonio Gaspari.
Splendid example of Venetian Baroque, it shows features of the Sansovino's classicism with chiaroscuro effects, rigor and majesty, as well as some remains of the splendid fresco and oil decorations of the ceilings; unfortunately the collections of the Pesaro family, once much more significant, went missing before the death of the last member of the family, who sold many goods at auction in London.
So the palace passed to the Gradenigo family, then it was used as a college, and finally it became property of the Duchess Felicita Bevilacqua La Masa who in her will assigned it to the Municipality of Venice; so in 1902 the Ca' Pesaro was designated as the permanent seat of the International Gallery of Modern Art whose collection has been enriched over the years.
The Gallery is developed on 10 rooms:
Central hall dedicated to the works from the first Venice's Biennali, with masterpieces such as the Judith II by Klimt, White Zig Zag by Kandinsky, and the Rabbin from Vitebsk by Chagall.