Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia | MUVE

Upcoming exhibitions

INTUITION

From 13 May to 26 November 2017

At Palazzo Fortuny a new exhibition aimed at investigating the theme of the intuition and the forms of knowledge that cannot be explained in words. From the beginning from humanity’s first attempts to forge an immediate relationship between heaven and earth to modernity. Find out more […]

SHIRIN NESHAT. The Home of My Eyes

From May 13 to November 26 2017

“The Home of My Eyes” at the Museo Correr will feature recent works by Shirin Neshat, including 55 impressive portraits the video “Roja”. Find out more […]

GAETANO PESCE. Five Glassmaking Techniques

From 13 May to 17 September 2017

The investigative spirit of the exhibition and its desire to narrate a major creative phase in Pesce’s work focuses extensively on his expressive language, showing how in shaping glass he is able to optimally combine his exceptional sense of form producing unexpected and playful results. Find out more […]

MARZIA MIGLIORA. Velme

From 13 May - 26 to November 2017

Curated by Beatrice Merz, artist Marzia Migliora’s exhibition features her recurrent expressive modes conveyed through a wide range of media. Find out more […]

DOUGLAS GORDON. Gente di Palermo!

From 13 May to 24 November 2017

Douglas Gordon (Glasgow 1966) presents in Venice the world premiere of his video installation Gente di Palermo (People from Palermo), which includes a reassembled home movie he shot in the Cupuchin Catacombs in Palermo, an underground cemetery which houses thousands of exposed embalmed corpses. […]

DINO MARTENS, Painter and Designer

From 13 May to 30 September 2017

Thanks to the extensive Lutz Holz collection, the exhibition is able to present an artist and designer with natural scientific and technical mastery of his material. This is also amply supported by his drawings and notes, in which he meticulously detailed and described the stages of his work. […]

TRANSFORMATION Six Swedish Artists

from 13 may to 1 October 2017

The goldsmith’s art and the 1990s, reinterpreted through the creations of six Swedish artists who have each explored their own exclusive paths, forms the subject of this exhibition at the White Room on the ground floor of Palazzo Mocenigo. Find out more […]

ROGER DE MONTEBELLO. Portraits of Venice and Other Portraits

From 13 May to 10 September 2017

Montebello’s work can be defined as “borderline”, at the divide between abstraction and representation. On display at Museo Correr from 13 May 2017 […]

MARIA BISSACCO

From 13 May 2017 to 7 January 2018

The Museo del Merletto has chosen to present an anthology exhibition to showcase the creativity and modernity Maria Bissacco has incorporated into the art of bobbin lace. Discover more […]

DAVID HOCKNEY. 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life

From 24 June to 22 October 2017

On display at Ca’Pesaro the latest David Hockney’s serie of artworks. “82 Portraits and 1 Still-life” confirms the greatness of this master of our times […]

PORTRAIT/COPY – Ebenbild/Abbild

From 1 July to 30 October 2017

Four young German artists from the German Centre for Venetian Studies made artworks inspired to relationship between Venice and its visitors. […]

MARKKU PIRI

From 7 October 2017 to 7 January 2018

Finnish artist Markku Piri designed for the Museo del Vetro works executed by Murano’s master glassmakers. On view his dialogue between colours and forms […]

TREASURES OF THE MUGHALS AND THE MAHARAJAS: The Al Thani Collection

From 9 September 2017 to 7 January 2018

Al Thani jewels Collection share with the public a fabulous, four-centuries-long story of culture, design and beauty: several exceptional jewels, including “The Idol’s Eye”, the largest blue diamond in the world, have been selected from the collection of His Royal Highness Hamad bin Abdullah Al Thani of the Qatari royal family. […]

ROSSLYND PIGGOTT. Garden Fracture / Mirror in Vapour

From 29 September to 3 Dicember 2017

29 September – 3 Dicember 2017 Murano, Glass Museum, Spazio Conterie _ Glass is an important material in the experimental work […]

THE WORLD IN A GLASS BEAD. The Murano Glass Museum Collection

The Museo del Vetro di Murano, which owns perhaps the world’s largest existing collection and exemplars of glass beads, presents the frst major scientifc study of these small precious artefacts, undertaken by Augusto Panin. […]