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Top 6 Popular Art Exhibitions in Venice - 2023

Updated Sep 2023
  • No.1

    Ca' d'Oro

    63 Reviews
    1.4km from downtown
    "Let alone the exhibition inside the gallery, the appearance is very worth reminiscing, the form of the three-level arch coupon, but the design changes, it looks particularly exquisite, directly deep into the water, the white appearance is very pure."
    Highlights: The Frangiti Art Museum on the Grand Canal, also known as the Golden Palace, is named after the expensive gilding on the facade of the building facing the Grand Canal. style building. The Golden Palace was built between 1421 and 1442. It was originally the palace of the consul of the Republic of Venice at that time. With the decline of the Republic of Venice, the Golden Palace changed hands several times. In 1895, a wealthy art collector Baron Giorgio Franchetti bought it It bought it and spent a lot of money to repair it into an art collection. In 1915, he generously gifted the Golden Palace to the Italian government, which is today the Fragetti Gallery. The museum mainly displays Venetian art works from the Gothic period to the Baroque period, including paintings, sculptures, handmade art ornaments and hangings, and carpets. Many paintings of Titian, the "father of Western oil painting" are collected here. If you like Titian's works, you will be able to feast your eyes. All the showrooms are furnished with old-fashioned Venetian furniture, so that you can get a glimpse of the gorgeous living culture of Venice.
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  • No.2

    Venice Biennale

    72 Reviews
    3.7km from downtown
    "In the France pavilion, you can find a hemisphere stage with different music instruments."
    Highlights: The Venice Biennale is a century-old art festival and one of the most important art events in Europe. It is held in Venice from June to November in odd-numbered years. The Venice Biennale mainly includes 6 modules: Venice Film Festival (Cinema), Art Exhibition (Arte), Architecture Exhibition (Architettura), Dance Exhibition (Danza), Music Exhibition (Musica), Drama Exhibition (Teatro), among which the more famous ones are There are film festivals and architectural exhibitions. The activities of each module are rich and colorful, and they will be exhibited and performed in various regions of Venice. For details, please refer to the official website. Venice Film Festival The Venice Film Festival is an important module of the Biennale. It was founded in 1932 and is held from August to September every year. Venice Film Festival is a film festival with a long history in the world, known as the "father of international film festivals". In recent years, more and more Chinese films have emerged here. Architecture Exhibition The Architecture Exhibition is a permanent exhibition of the Biennale, with a large number of artworks arranged in the exhibition area, which is very worth visiting. In recent years, the works of some Chinese architects have also appeared in the exhibition. If you are a very artistic person, then this is the place for you. Wander through these astounding, new and grotesque complexes and feel the unique smell they exude.
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  • No.3

    Galleria dell'Accademia

    81 Reviews
    1.5km from downtown
    "It is a great art museum for admiring Venetian Renaissance art. There are many works such as Belini rich, Giorgio, Titiano, and Tintoretto. It is a space where you can enjoy it quietly and deeply."
    Highlights: The Art Gallery of the Venice Academy of Fine Arts is a very famous art gallery in Venice. It is an art gallery affiliated to the Venice Academy of Fine Arts and has a large collection of paintings and works of art. Opened in 1817, the gallery mainly houses paintings of the Venetian school from the 14th to the 18th centuries. It mainly includes works by Giorgione, Giovanni, Bellini, etc. Da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man" is also collected here.
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  • No.4

    Peggy Guggenheim Collection

    71 Reviews
    1.7km from downtown
    "The gallery is small, but Rene Magritte. There are works by Eve Tangi, Jackson Pollock, and Calder, so you can easily visit it. I look for meaning in that it is the place where Peggy Gugenheim lived."
    Highlights: The Peggy Guggenheim Museum is an art museum that displays the collections of the wealthy American Peggy Guggenheim and her items during her lifetime. It is called "Venier's Lions Palace" because of the legend that lions were raised in the garden. The exhibits include paintings and sculptures of abstract and surrealist schools such as Picasso and Michelangelo, including Picasso's The Poet On the Beach and Duchamp's Sad Young Manona Train. , Pollack's "MoonWoman" and Milo's "Seated Woman" (SeatedWoman). Peggy Guggenheim, formerly known as Marguerite Guggenheim, is a wealthy woman, an important figure in promoting the development of abstract and surreal schools, and a crazy art collector. She comes from a powerful Jewish family in New York. She lived next to the Rockefeller family since she was a child. She was often locked up in the huge study at home in her childhood, facing the gloomy huge oil paintings all day long, perhaps out of a kind of rebellion against her childhood. Only then did she develop a crazy interest in art.
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  • No.5

    Ca' Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art

    21 Reviews
    1.3km from downtown
    "The museum has a very spacious feel, and there are many twentieth-century collections, and there are many well-known artists, especially some Italian artists. We also saw artwork from the late twentieth century when we visited, which is well worth a visit, and there is a lovely cafe with a view of the canal if you sit by the window."
    Highlights: The Palazzo Pesaro (Museum of the Orient) was built in 1676 and completed in 1710. It is a building designed by Longner and one of the oldest buildings along the Grand Canal. Its interior has now become the Oriental Museum, and there are more than 30,000 collections of Prince Henry's travels in Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Japan and other countries. Exhibits all kinds of clothing, weapons, musical instruments and porcelain from China. These cultural relics are from the 17th-18th century, which is the Edo period in Japan. The weapons in the museum are worth seeing.
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  • No.6

    Lace Museum

    19 Reviews
    9.4km from downtown
    "I didn't come here. I really don't know that there is a specialty in Venice that is handmade lace. There are many small stalls here. The small shops sell some handmade lace products and can make a lot of beautiful aprons."