Carnevale di Venezia 2014
It is a party that has very ancient origins, so that we can say that his birth was around thirteenth century where it appears officially in the proceedings of the Senate of the Republic of Venice.
During the period of the Republic, the Carnival lasted very long upon most of the time today, so that beginning from after Christmas until Ash Wednesday.
fame of the city of Venice becomes that of a living city, devoted to entertainment and passions, especially in the 700 then that the city continues to be a crossroads for visitors of all nationalities.
Social class, gender identity does not exist anymore behind the Mask: This is the time of year when we celebrate in every corner of the city, are organized plays and talent shows as well as dancing parties in palaces. most important days of these celebrations have always been "Fat" Thursday and "Fat" Tuesday, during which you could attend official events for the general public, as well as specifically in Piazza San Marco.
Celebration of the Madonna della Salute
On 21/11/2013 the Venetians will be crossing the votive boat bridge to the Basilica in order to remember the plague of 1630. Numerous stands will accompany the crossing.
Manet - Ritorno a Venezia
From 24 April the halls of Palazzo Ducale hosting an exhibition dedicated to the great Manet, designed in collaboration with the Musée D'Orsay in Paris, which preserves the greatest number of works by this artist. On display are approximately eighty works, including paintings, drawings and etchings.
55 Biennale Arte
The 55. International Art Exhibition is open to the public from June 1 to November 24, 2013 at the Giardini and the Arsenale, as well as in various places in Venice, curated by Massimiliano Gioni. The Encyclopedic Palace is the title chosen by the curator
Emilio Vedova is the subject of an exhibition that takes place in two of the most popular of the circuit Venetian museums: the Museo Correr and the Ca 'Rezzonico. The two exhibitions trace the career of Vedova through some major works.