The Venetian exhibitions open during the 2019/20 school year are characterised by a great interdisciplinary breadth. At the Doge’s Palace there are two unmissable opportunities “to be seized” in the form of major exhibitions in the Doge’s Apartment. The first (September/March) is dedicated to the artistic relations between Venice and the Flemish world in their golden ages, From Titian to Rubens, and provides the opportunity not only to admire famous masterpieces but also to make sense of interconnections in history, painting, economy, music, the applied arts and much more.
At Ca’ Pesaro, from October to March, it will be possible to reflect on the relationships between contemporary art and our time, through the works of today’s finest young Londoner artists, poised between globalisation and Brexit: an experience to tackle questions of burning topicality in new and original ways and… prepare for one’s school diploma! Finally, at the Museo Correr, the exhibition dedicated to Francesco Morosini: the last hero of the Serenissima is perfectly integrated with our “From the Doges to the Emperors” circuit.
Exhibition Francesco Morosini: the last hero of the Serenissima
From 28 June 2019 to 3 May 2020
Exhibition From Titian to Rubens. Masterpieces from Antwerp and other Flemish collections
From 5 September 2019 to 1 March 2020