Art History Classes by Alessandra Montalbetti.
The true voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands, but in opening new eyes.
Venice is a city where we may live, walk and breathe, but never find the time to pause. It takes time to notice the silent “wonders” always around us, keeping pace with our steps, Ruskin’s beloved “Stones of Venice”, intriguing presences in the city that Calvino called Esmeralda, where no line is straight, all are mellow zigzags that branch in meandering variants.
In 2017 we abandon the lecture room and set off on a voyage, Proust's “true voyage of discovery that consists not in seeking new lands, but in opening new eyes”, eyes ready to rediscover what, in our daily lives, we have overlooked … but not for long.
The classes will be repeated twice per day: one in the morning and one in the afternoon. See participation form.
Second cycle booking available from Wednesday, May 31, 2017.
The lessons are in Italian.
Registration is required and places are limited. It is not possible to book one single lesson of the cycle.
The participation fee DOES NOT INCLUDE entrance tickets to the Sale Monumentali della Biblioteca Marciana, to the Basilica dei Frari and to the Basilica dei SS. Giovanni e Paolo.
Members of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection: 120 euro
Not Members: 160 euro
Owner of Guggenheim Young Pass: 60 euro
Teacher of any rank or grade: 130 euro, subject to presentation of document issued by the school or institute.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Dorsoduro 701 – 30123 Venice
Tel. +39 041 2405440/429