From May 31st to October 13th 2013 / EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 31st 2013
Ca’ Pesaro, Venice
From May 18th to October 13th 2013 / EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 31st 2013
Museo Correr, Venice
From May 18th to October 13th 2013
Ca’ Rezzonico, Venice
This year, Emilio Vedova will be speaking to the whole of Venice, his works will be “living” in some of the most prestigious cultural venues of the city.
These venues include three “cult” museums – the Museo Correr, Ca’ Rezzonico – Museum of the 18th century Venice and Ca’ Pesaro, International Gallery of Modern Art – whose permanent collections will “open up” to an extraordinary “meeting-cum-confrontation” with the work of the great Venetian painter through a common denominator called “Vedova Plurimo”.
This is the title of the project promoted with the collaboration of the Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova and curated by Germano Celant, and its aim is to encourage visitors to take a fresh look at Vedova’s masterly works in the light of Venice’s art history which has inevitably permeated his own extraordinary personality as an artist.
In the entrance hall on the ground floor of Ca ‘Pesaro, revisited in the layout, curated by Gabriella Belli, in collaboration with Silvio Fuso and with exhibition project by Daniela Ferretti, will be visible from May 31 Plurimo 1964, donated to the museum by the artist in 1967 and Plurimo Omaggio a Dada Berlin 1964/1965, both made in Berlin, where Vedova lived for nearly two years between 1964 and 1965.
In collaboration with Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova
Curated by Germano Celant