che trasforma Venezia in un mondo magico
In this Biennale year, Ca’ Pesaro offers an exhibition dedicated to the works of Birolli, Deluigi, Santomaso and Vedova projected for the 24th Venice Biennale.
Until April 28 you can visit the exhibition, focusing on the city’s cultural production through some of the major events of the late 20th century in Venice. The fundamental group of works which entered the Gallery’s collections in 1948, during the 24th Venice Biennale. represents for the museum the start of its most recent history, coinciding with a broadening of its identity to include some of the most incisive works of the post-war period, with a focus that was at once international, national and local.
Making full use of the archive and documentary resources of the museum, the exhibition offers an instrument to reconsider and examine the links between the history of the collection and that of the Biennale, which have for many years been inextricably bound together.
Ca’ Pesaro museum, International Gallery of Modern Art, Santa Croce 2076 - Venice
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