From November 23rd to 5th May 2019, the city of Vicenza has the greatest pleasure of hosting “The triumph of colour, from Tiepolo to Canaletto and Guardi” Exhibition.
The masterpieces of Europe's cultural heritage from the eighteenth century are selected by Pushkin Museum of Moscow.
The exhibition will be at Palazzo Chiericati, seat of the Civic Museum, and at Gallerie d’Italia - Palazzo Leoni Montanari, museum seat of Intesa Sanpaolo in Vicenza; the exhibition is edited by MondoMostre and promoted by the partnership between the city of Vicenza, Museum of Fine Arts “A.S. Pushkin” and Intesa Sanpaolo.
The curators are Victoria Markova, head of Department of Italian culture from Pushkin Museum, Stefano Zuffi, art historian and Giovanni Carlo Federico Villa, scientific adviser.
The thirty paintings come from Pushkin Museum and they will be co-protagonists with the Italian artworks from Palazzo Chiericati and Palazzo Leoni Montanari; the masterpieces have the same context and they set in the same period, the eighteenth century.
The itinerary presents the development and the growth of Venetian Art during the 1700s and its deflagrating influence on European art with the breathtaking masterpieces of Giambattista Tiepolo, Giambattista Pittoni, Luca Carlevarijs, Giambattista Piazzetta, Antonio Giovanni Canal or Canaletto, Francesco Guardi e Pietro Longhi.
Vicenza is a territory surrounded by art: ancient churches, historical buildings and typical old villas make the city attractive and charming to those who visit it. City walking tour through “the city of Palladio” is possible thanks to organized groups and authorized guides; the main masterpieces to discover are undoubtedly Palladio Museum, Villa Valmarana ai Nani, Villa Cordellina and Villa Zileri, all internationally recognized as “UNESCO world heritage”.
from Tuesday to Sunday
from 9 am to 19 pm ( last entrance at 18pm).
-GALLERIE D'ITALIA PALAZZO LEONI MONTANARI:
from Tuesday to Sunday
from 10 am to 18 pm (last entrance at 17.30pm).
On Monday both palaces are closed.
Full ticket for both locations: € 14,00
Reduced ticket (Possessors of entrance ticket at Palazzo Chiericati’s Museum, under 18, university students up to 25 years with university badge, people with disabilities, possessors of Trenitalia Regionale Ticket, groups and conventions): € 12,00
Groups ticket: € 12,00
2x1 Trenitalia ticket (Possessors of Frecce Trenitalia for two people): € 7,00
School ticket: € 5,00
Open ticket: € 16,00
Free for: Children from 0 years old to 5, touristic guides, journalists, touristic guides, carers of people with disabilities.
Guided Tours Groups: €80,00 (the use of the microphone and headphones is €30,00).
Groups can have an individual guide but the cost of the microphone and headphones is required.
Guided Tours for individuals in the weekend with appointment: €8,00 adults and €6,00 children.
Audio guides: €5,00
The visit will last 45 minutes.
The exhibition will be closed on 24th and 25th December2018;
The exhibition will be opened on 31st of December until 14.30pm
On 1st and 6th January 2019, the exhibition will be open from 9am to 19pm.
Therefore, the visitors in possession of the ticket for the exhibition “The triumph of color. From Tiepolo to Canaletto and Guardi” can buy a unique ticket with a reduction on the price for all the city museums: Olympic Theatre, Museum of Palazzo Chiericati, Naturalistic Archeological Museum, Santa Corona’s Church, Resistance and Resurgence Museum, Museum of Jewelry, Palladio Museum, Diocesan Museum and the Italy’s Galleries- Palazzo Leone Montanari.
-The special Family Ticket: from €18 to €16
-The special Unique Ticket: from €15 to €13
-The special Groups Ticket: from €12 to €11
The special Reduced Ticket: from €11 to €11
Enjoy the visit!
The initiative began with the City of Vicenza’s dream to make the visit to the Olympic Theatre memorable and innovative through a narrative method, conceived by Alessandro Baricco and Scuola Holden, which aims to enhance all the historical spaces of the theatre. The entire theatre will be involved in the narration, becoming prologue and epilogue of the show and visitors will take a journey discovering the stories, voices, videos and images.
The stage and sets, usually off limits, will also be virtually accessible.
Tour itinerary: starting from the room “Odeo” you will go through a small theatre curtain and enter the room “Antiodeo”, which will host a virtual meeting with the writer Alessandro Baricco, who will recount – through a screen – the history and wonders of the earliest roofed theatre in Western culture. In the theatre hall, the heart of the narration, which will be accessible from the top as it was in the past, you will first see a show of sounds and lights; then through a tablet, you will virtually visit the hidden places of the theatre, and finally, you will be able to admire the extraordinary monument in all its natural beauty.
Visiting hours (the tour takes 45 minutes):
From October 2018, 30th to March 2019, 31st : at 10.00 and at 15.00
Those who wish to visit the theatre in a traditional way can do so during other opening hours.
The visit may be made at no extra charge to the cost of admission to the theatre by going to the IAT Office in Piazza Matteotti. The ticket is single, cannot be booked and will be issued until the seats in the Olympic Theater have been filled.
Commissioned by the City of Vicenza, in collaboration with the cultural association Abacoarchitettura, the event marks the return of contemporary architecture exhibitions to the salone superiore of the Basilica Palladiana.
The presentation will examine ‘the important role that architectural culture plays in the history and identity of the city’ and display 16 current and recent projects by the practice at varying stages in their development.
"This exhibition represents our attempt to show how we work, how we develop ideas, how we work in parallel in different projects, cultures, and with different resources, priorities and collaborators, balancing local and global perspectives" says David Chipperfield.
“This is a long-awaited and particularly significant return: Vicenza is without doubt a world capital of architecture” comments Vicenza’s deputy mayor and councillor for development Jacopo Bulgarini d’Elci. On a practical level, the deputy mayor added that the exhibition will go back to the model tried and tested in previous such events: the architect who is the subject of the exhibition will himself “design his own presence in a place that is “sacred” to architects from all over the world, the Basilica Palladiana”.
From May 12 through September 2, 2018
Basilica Palladiana - Piazza dei Signori, Vicenza
Tuesday to Friday 10 - 13 and 17 - 20
Saturday and Sunday 10 - 20
Entrance fee 12 euro
Reduced fee 8 euro
Tickets on sale online www.vivaticket.it
David Chipperfield Architects Media Relation