Exhibitions in Venice 2020
2020 promises to be a year full of exhibitions in Venice. In fact, the city got started immediately after the Biennale Arte ended last November.
The Pinault Collection, dedicated to contemporary art, is making preparations at both its locations: Palazzo Grassi (a 3-minute walk from Bloom B&B) will be hosting the exhibition “Henri Cartier-Bresson. Le Grand Jeu”, created in collaboration with the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation, while Punta della Dogana will host “Untitled, 2020”, a never before seen site-specific project, specifically conceived for the Venetian spaces of the Dogana.
From February 15 to June 14 at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, one of the world’s most important collections of contemporary art will offer visitors the unique opportunity to see pieces from the Guggenheim collections of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas displayed together for the first time in the exhibition entitled “Migrating Objects”.
Photography enthusiasts will also enjoy a visit to the Casa dei Tre Oci, in Giudecca, for an exhibition dedicated to the great photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue. From 29 February to 12 June 2020, this will be the largest retrospective ever displayed in Italy for the great French photographer.
Finally, the beauty of 16th century Venetian art will be celebrated at Palazzo Ducale with an exhibition dedicated to Vittore Carpaccio, the great Venetian painter famous for his narrative cycles dedicated to the saints. Now, thanks to extensive research, restorations, and recent attributions, this artist is experiencing a brilliant comeback. Rich in loans from European and US museums, as well as from private collections, the exhibition traces the evolution of the artist from his early beginnings to full maturity. From 10 October 2020 to 24 January 2021.
We’ll be waiting for you at Bloom B&B for the great 2020 exhibitions in Venice!