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“I have seen a lot, I have travelled a lot,
but I have never found anywhere else such a beautiful
collection of monuments to the fine arts.”

ANTONIO CANOVA

“I have seen a lot, I have travelled a lot, but I have never found anywhere else such a beautiful collection of monuments to the fine arts.”

ANTONIO CANOVA

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29 SEPTEMBER 2017 – 2 APRIL 2018
Hayez - Rinaldo e Armida 1000 _ Bicentenario Gallerie Accademia Venezia _ Canova Hayez Cicognara
The Gallerie dell’Accademia will be presenting the exhibition Canova, Hayez, Cicognara. The last glory of Venice, curated by Fernando Mazzocca, Paola Marini, and Roberto De Feo: The exhibition will recall an important moment of cultural renewal in which Venice rediscovered its ancient glory and halted the cultural decline that had followed the fall of the Serene Republic of Venice.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Venice is celebrating the bicentenary of the opening of the Gallerie dell’Accademia (1817-2017) by proposing an occasion for thoughts about the birth of the institution and about its key role, in a national and international context, as the primary venue for Venetian painting.
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Leone 1000 _ Bicentenario Gallerie Accademia Venezia _ Canova Hayez Cicognara
Hayez - Rinaldo e Armida 1000 _ Bicentenario Gallerie Accademia Venezia _ Canova Hayez Cicognara

The Gallerie dell’Accademia will be presenting the exhibition Canova, Hayez, Cicognara. The last glory of Venice, curated by Fernando Mazzocca, Paola Marini, and Roberto De Feo: The exhibition will recall an important moment of cultural renewal in which Venice rediscovered its ancient glory and halted the cultural decline that had followed the fall of the Serene Republic of Venice.

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Leone 1000 _ Bicentenario Gallerie Accademia Venezia _ Canova Hayez Cicognara

Venice is celebrating the bicentenary of the opening of the Gallerie dell’Accademia (1817-2017) by proposing an occasion for thoughts about the birth of the institution and about its key role, in a national and international context, as the primary venue for Venetian painting.

ABOUT THE BICENTENARY
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