10. Venice: Masterpieces of Modern Art Tour
Venice: Masterpieces of Modern Art Tour
Join an extraordinary experience in Venice to see the most important modern art collections in the city.
Start with Ca’ Pesaro, the permanent seat of the International Gallery of Modern Art in Venice. Discover the history of this magnificent monument overlooking the Grand Canal.
Learn from your guide about the remarkable collections of the Pesaro family including works by artists such as Vivarini, Carpaccio, Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, Tintoretto, as well as the most famous Venetian artists of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
See how the collection was enriched over the years by further acquisitions and donations such as the Venice Biennale with new critical ideas and unusual perspectives.
Follow your guide on an efficient walk to see the masterpieces on display such as the famous The Thinker by Auguste Rodin and Giuditta II (Salomé) by Gustav Klimt together with the works of artists such as Medardo Rosso, Giacomo Balla, Adolfo Wildt, Arturo Martini, Gino Rossi, Giorgio Morandi, and Felice Casorati.
Get on the Vaporetto ( water bus ) to get across the canal enjoying the grand views of Venice and a break before the next Museum.
Continue your journey of the modern art in Venice with your pre-reserved tickets of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection: one of the most important museums of European and American art of the twentieth century in Italy.
Learn from your guide about Peggy Guggenheim who was a passionate collector and supporter of the arts. See the Palazzo Venier dei Leon on the Grand Canal that Peggy acquired as an unfinished mid-18th century building.
Marvel at works of modern art by Picasso, Pollock, and Dalí once you are inside. Spend time strolling through the Museum seeing also Picasso, Magritte, Pollock, and Calder at your own pace.
Your guide will give enough information once you arrive at the museum so that you can do the Museum visit at your own leisure. Pre-reserved tickets are included.
** Guided visits inside the Museum are not allowed as of today due to Covid restrictions**