The Young Tintoretto on display at Gallerie dell'Accademia
The Gallerie dell'Accademia, a museum with the most important collection of Venetian art in the world hosts until January 6 an event dedicated to the most famous of the artists who lived and worked in Serenissima.
Everyone masked for the Carnival of Venice
The Carnival of Venice is one of the most famous and beloved Carnivals both in Italy and abroad. Every year the streets of the fascinating lagoon city are filled with unique, colorful and elaborate masks, and also with tourists from all over the world.
The Archaic Candour of Henri Rousseau in Venice
Until September 6, Palazzo Ducale in Venice hosts an exhibition dedicated to Henri Rousseau and entitled "Archaic Candour". Also known as the Douanier, Rousseau was a central personality of the figurative arts between the late XIX century and the period of the avant garde, famous for dreamlike atmospheres, forests and enchanting landscapes.
Pietro Bellotti - Another Canaletto on display in Venice
Ca' Rezzonico, a museum and a symbol of the eighteenth century in Venice, hosts till April 28, an exhibition dedicated to Pietro Bellotti, nephew of Canaletto and younger brother of Bernardo Bellotti.
The poetry of light on display in Venice
Until March 15 the Museo Correr in Venice offers an amazing journey that traces the developments of Venetian art from the 15th to the 19th century with over 130 extraordinary drawings from the National Gallery of Art in Washington. A fascinating journey through four centuries of Venetian art.