Venice exhibitions 2013 - Multiple Vedova in Venezia
From 18 May 2013 to 13 October 2013
Among the numerous Venice art exhibitions, 2013, 'Multiple Vedova' deserves a short explanation: an unprecedented encounter with the Emilio Vedova art in Venice, divided between the Correr Museum and Ca 'Rezzonico.The famous location of some of the most popular Venice exhibitions, the Museo Correr in Venice, Italy is the crown jewel of the Venetian Civic Museums Foundation; located in the heart of the city - St Marks Square - which contains important testimonies of the history of the Venice Republic. The same prologue applies for Ca' Rezzonico, a splendid palace overlooking the Grand Canal and now a 17th century Venetian Museum home to faithful reconstructions of the 18th century with Venetian interiors and impressive paintings by Canaletto, Guardi, Longhi and Tintoretto.A brief presentation of the scenario that will host the Emilio Vedova in Venezia exhibition. Two period exhibition centres offering an original comparison of the eclectic Emilio Vedova paintings.Emilio Vedova, the artist has always been subject to new and stimulating criticism, known and appreciated all over the world, winner of prestigious international awards, including the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the Venice Biennale in 1997. Emilio Vedovas career was in continuous evolution, linked to his inexhaustible desire to research and innovation.The mostra Venezia, Vedova aims to rediscover the work of Emilio Vedova, emphasizing the great genius of the lagoon through an original comparison between his work and the artistic history of Venice, housed in the Correr Museum with Venetian paintings from the 16th to the 18th century and the Ca Rezzonico, which hosts the greatest Venetian painters of the 18th century.Curated by Germano Celant and organized in collaboration with the Emilio and Annabianca Vedova Foundation, Venice that organizes the exhibitions in Venice of Vedova at the Salt Warehouses and the Emilio Vedova Museum Studio - 'Multiple Vedova' could also be called a celebration of the artistic genius of Venice through the centuries, presented with a comparison between a Venetian artist of the 19th century and his great colleagues from the past.Emilio Vedova in Venice is on display from 18 May to 13 October 2013 with 'Multiple Vedova' and definitely worth a visit. The particular arrangement of the exhibits at the Correr Museum and Ca 'Rezzonico, offer new perspectives on the work of this Italian great artist, offering fascinating perspectives to those who already know him and to those who decide to see his works for the first time.