Curated by Alessandra Montalbetti, Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
The 1948 Biennale—where Peggy Guggenheim exhibited her collection—brought to Venice numerous, then-unknown, international artists and thus became a turning point. Classes will focus on art movements, artists, and curators who—before and after Peggy—contributed to this major artistic event through the 20th century.
Classes are in Italian only.
Classes will be held at: Auditorium Santa Margherita, Ca’ Foscari. Campo Santa Margherita, Venice.
Registration is required and places are limited. Garage San Marco will offer a reduced parking rate (10 euros) to participants on the evenings when classes are held.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection members: 90 euros
Non-members: 120 euros
Young Pass members: 40 euros
Teachers: 50 euros upon presentation of a document issued by the school
Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Dorsoduro 701 – 30123 Venice
Tel. +39 041 2405440/429
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