Tuesday, June 15, 2010


In Venice an exhibition dedicated to the sculptures of the Cà Pesaro Collection

Until 25 July the prestigious venue of Cà Pesaro in Venice presents an interesting exhibition dedicated to sculpture: “Le forme del Moderno – Scultura a Ca’ Pesaro. Da Medardo Rosso a Viani, da Rodin ad Arturo Martini”. This exhibition features some thirty works belonging to the famous Ca’ Pesaro sculpture collection, a completely new tour which focuses on formal values and unusual combinations.
The exhibition winds through sumptuous spaces of the Longhena entrance hall on the ground floor and the monumental second floor recently restored to its museum function. Finally we can see works that have been inaccessible to the public for so long. On the second floor you will see different and intriguing relations presented between sculptures and paintings, starting with the grandiose frieze by Giulio Aristide Sartorio, the “Cycle of Life” created for the Italia Pavilion of the Biennale of 1907, and equally significant large canvases figuring in a continuous study of associations and dialogue between expressive forms and languages.The exhibition is not only a perfect proposal for recovering and remodelling the museum, but the first event of the Ca’ Pesaro 2010 Program, almost entirely devoted to sculpture.
Opens from 10 am – 6 pm (ticket office 10 am – 5 pm); closed Mondays.Tickets: Admission to the Museum 6.50 Euro (Reduced 4 Euro)

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