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Palazzo Barbaro Curtis, an American ‘hideway’ in Venice
The Palazzo Barbaro at San Vidal is one of the most interesting 15th century patrician homes, not only for its architecture but also for the story of its owners during the days of the Republic and well beyond. The building is actually two palaces, the gothic building that can be dated around the 1420’s and the wing added in 1698. The 17th century renewal...
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Wagner's legacy in visual arts at Palazzo Fortuny
Through April 8, 2013 The impact of Wagnerism on Western culture cannot be overestimated. Over the last 150 years, artists from all disciplines were inspired by the aesthetic conceptions shaped by Wagner on the nature of art. Approaching the bicentennial of Wagner’s birth (May, 22 1813), the Fortuny Museum of Venice hosts a fascinating...
Mariano Fortuny and his home.
M. Fortuny y Madrazo (Granada 1871 – Venice 1949) He was the second child of the late 19th century Spanish painter Mariano very well known throughout Europe. Mariano jr may be considered as one of the most talented and eclectic artists of his time. Painter, fashion and fabric designer, collector, photographer, stage lighting technician, theatre...
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Common Ground
The 13th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, directed by David Chipperfield, will present a single exhibition through the Central Pavilion at the Giardini and the Arsenale. The aim of this Biennale of Architecture is to find again an architectural culture made of several and different ideas embedded in a common...


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