Where to go and what to see in Venice this week!
22 February 2016
Venice has superb highlights that will always represent its richness and splendour, but this incredible island has a live soul that renews itself, proposing to its audience incredible news and opportunities: shows, exhibitions, concerts and plays will complete your Venetian experience!
- Tre Oci/Tre Mostre: this successful format arrived at the 4th edition, opening the photographic season of 2016 in Venice. Here you will experience a visual path of comparison between contemporary language and the great tradition of Venetian photography.
- Postwar Era. A Recent History. Homages to Jack Tworkov and Claire Falkenstein: this exhibition offers a fresh perspective on American and European art in the period between the end of World War II through 1979, at the prestigious Peggy Guggenheim collection.
- Winter at palazzo Fortuny: 4 different exhibitions that will lead you into a magic world, from painting and drawings to photographs, guided by a tribute to a woman, Henriette Fortuny.
- A Tale of Costumes: at the space Louis Vuitton in Saint Marc, you will partecipate to a dialogue between generations and different looks that tell through three suits: stories of people and different places in the frame of the Serenissima.
- Plays at the Avogaria Theatre – Love interrupted, women on the verge of nervous breakdown, surreal comedy: six meetings organised by the Teatro a l’ Avogaria up to 22 March 2016, to show some of the most interesting performances of the new national dramaturgical scene.
- Anton Bruckner, Sinfonia n. 8 in do minore WAB 10 at Fenice Theatre: the concert on February 27th will be preceded by a free admission meeting with the musicologist Roberto Mori, who will illustrate the music program in the Apollonian Halls of Teatro La Fenice.
- Choreographic collision – what is classic? During February 25th, you can partecipate at an extraordinary opportunity for experimentation, research and production support at the Goldoni Theatre.
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