Venice 1860-2019′ photos – Venice
Open all week-ends the exhibition with over 140 pictures documenting Venice since 1860
ALL WEEK-ENDS visits allowed again from 11 am to 05 pm.
RESERVATION REQUIRED by sending an email to museum[@]querinistampalia.org
ADMITTED ONLY VISITORS WITH GLOVES AND MASK
From November 29th, 2019 to August 23rd, 2020, the Querini Stampalia Foundation, in the center of Venice, hosts the exhibition “Venice 1860 – 1919” putting on display the pictures belonging to the Graziano Arici Archive. Over 140 artworks including photos, nineteenth-century originals, plates, stereoscopies, and digital prints. represent an important and often unusual visual memory of the city of Venice.
“Venice 1860 – 1919” is the first exhibition that highlights and enhances this extraordinary fund, donated in 2017 by Graziano Arici to the Querini Stampalia Foundation.
And Graziano Arici himself has been involved in curating the exhibition.
In addition to representing Venice, the exhibition is interesting to see also because it is a demo of the history of photography and how it was used, from the first photographs, still so close to pictorial landscape painting, up to the new photo, documenting Venice as the city of glamour, cinema, and tourism.
Venice 1860-2019. Photographs from the Graziano Arici Archive
Querini Stampalia Foundation, Venice
The entrance ticket allows visiting the whole building of the Querini Stampalia Foundation and all the exhibitions
photos provided by the Querini Stampalia FoundationGo to the website Venice 1860-2019′ photos – Venice