Zaguri Palace, famous for Venice art exhibitions, holds “From Kandinsky to Botero. All in a Thread” in Venice, an exhibition that is attracting the attention of a large number of visitors from around the world. The strength of this exhibition lies in a combination of genres and techniques. The exhibition will amaze the visitor through new suggestions and the originality of the subjects. The great masters of contemporary art are revisited by a high level craft artist who has created tapestries from the most famous contemporary art paintings.
Moreover, from May the 18th, Palazzo Zaguri host a great exhibition unique in the word about Leonardo da Vinci’s anatomic works! Two world premiere exhibition, one place!
“From Kandisky to Botero. All in a Thread”, exhibition in Venice now
This new art exhibition in Venice at Palazzo Zaguri will amaze you because of its extraordinary creativity and ingenuity! You have until September 30th 2019 to visit this incredible exhibition! The exhibition “From Kandinsky to Botero. All in a Thread” in Venice displays works of great artists such as Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse, Joan Mirò and Botero. The originality of the exhibition lies in the fact that you will not find the actual works of these great artists but their interpretation through the eyes of the great tapestry master Ugo Scassa, that he made in Asti in 1960. The visit goes beyond the canvas which is the usual medium. Indeed, the visitor is plunged right into tapestries and not paintings! Seize the opportunity to visit this unexpected exhibition while at the same time entering into a palace full of Venetian history. The tapestries are in fact arranged on 4 of the 5 floors of Palazzo Zaguri, a recently restored building that has already become a reference for art exhibitions in Venice.
“From Kandinsky to Botero. All in a Thread” in Venice: from tapestry to film!
The exhibition From Kandinsky to Botero in Venice combines various genres and techniques. The exhibition experience does not stop at the tapestries, and will make you dive into the sea through the screening of images from the film “The Legend of 1900”, also named “The Legend of the Pianist on the Ocean”. You may wonder what this film has to do with the exhibition. Let us tell you more about it through the history of the fine weaving of the Asti school. The expert, delicate hands of the artists and long hours of work led to the elegant weaving that can be admired at Palazzo Zaguri. But where were these tapestries before? Some of these masterpieces adorned the elegant salons of the transatlantic liners of the Italian fleet after the war. During the transoceanic voyages of these ships it was therefore possible to admire the refinement and details of these splendid pieces. The images from The Legend Of The Pianist On The Ocean are reminiscent of these past glories. They may make you wonder about the splendid, fairytale-like parties that took place during these long trips. Visitors will enjoy the exhibition, mixing audiovisual and textile medium to the colours on canvas!
“From Kandinsky to Botero. All in a Thread” in Venice: booking and practical tips
The exhibition from Kandinsky to Botero at Palazzo Zaguri in Venice is open every day from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm (last admission at 7:00 pm) and you have until September 30th 2019 to come and visit it. To fully enjoy the exhibition we suggest the audio-guides, which are provided free of charge at the entrance. The comments and the narrating voice which will accompany you throughout the exhibition were made by Vittorio Sgarbi. The tickets can be purchased at the entrance or online directly from the website of the exhibition “From Kandinsky to Botero. All in a Thread”. If you are not sure of the day you can go, don’t worry! You can use your tickets until the exhibition closes down! In addition, every Sunday a guided tour of one and a half hour is included in the ticket price. We highly recommend you to try it!
There are discounts for schools and groups, as well as interactive visits designed specifically for schools. Contact the booking department to know more about this.
Moreover, write down on your calendar that from the 18th of May 2019 you can also visit “Authentic Human Bodies. Leonardo da Vinci”, another innovative suggestion on the anatomical discoveries of the illustrious master of the Renaissance! Click here to learn more!