Curated by Alessandra Montalbetti
Female bodies play a prominent role in a large number of works of art, especially of the past. As mythological gods or Christian saints, these women were real and authentic and likely wives, lovers, daughters or sisters of the artists who borrowed their faces and bodies. The lecture will look at the stories of these muses, revealing the mystery behind the works in which they are portrayed.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
- Lectures are in Italian, last one hour, and are streamed online on Zoom via a link which will be emailed to those who have enrolled.
- Members only can enroll. Become member by taking advantage of the 20% discount promotion from October 1 to October 17, 2021. Membership is valid for 12 months.
- The lecture series is available with a donation of €75. Participation in a single lecture is not available.
Lectures are open to members of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection only.
IF YOU ARE A MEMBER
*Payment by credit card only. Charitable donations to The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Venice branch, are tax-deductible for IRPEF and IRES according to D.L. 35 on 14/03/05.