What’s On

Once you’ve toured the Doge’s Palace, take a look at a few more select exhibitions, concerts, and other activities that might be of interest while you’re visiting.

Begin the Biennale 2019! (Art, this year)

The opening of the sempre highly-anticipated bi-annual international contemporary art exhibition in Venice is less than a month away. The ...
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Il Nuovo Trionfo - Trabaccolo a Venezia

The Triumphant Return of the Trionfo

Waterborne once again after much needed maintenance carried out at the shipyard Cantiere Casaril Sant'Alvise (the last one of its kind ...
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Rousseau the Douanier, Doge's Palace til July 5, 2015

The Surprising Vision of Henri Rousseau

Nicknamed the Douanier (the customs agent), Rousseau was actually a self-taught former toll collector, alternately admired, teased and beloved as he ...
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Festival Galuppi stops in at the Scuola San Rocco

How often do you get to hear Baroque and Gospel selections in one concert...in Italy, in an ambience as brilliant ...
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Klimt (and Hoffman) Conquer the Correr

The time is la Belle Èpoche, the place is Vienna. Women are still corseted, but Freud is probing their psyche; ...
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Free Christmas Concert at Teatro Malibran, Sunday, Dec 18

The holiday concert features Laurentius Dinca, the first violinist of the Berlin Philharmonic and the Accademia Musicale di San Giorgio, Fondazione Cini Orchestra. The Teatro ...
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Biennale Time — still.

With 89 participating nations, 37 collateral venues, the Venice 54th Biennale International Art Exhibition is diverse, expansive… and still around til ...
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A Rower’s Redentore

It's a whole different Redentore at water level, in the area designated for row boats only, just in front of ...
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Come onde, sulle onde: Experimental waves to wash over the bacino

Onde sulle Onde, or Waves upon Waves, is a public scientific experiment to be held at 9pm on Friday, June ...
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Biennale Bites – recap, Day 3

The last preview day was Friday, and the air was considerably more relaxed. Took in more both at the Giardini ...
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