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Preparation of the upcoming exhibitions are currently underway at Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana. From April 8, 2018, join us for Albert Oehlen and Dancing With Myself. - The Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi hosts cultural events the whole year.

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashbackThe making of posters, to which Martin Kippenberger never ceased to give great consi...
18/06/2020

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
The making of posters, to which Martin Kippenberger never ceased to give great consideration, belongs to a critical practice challenging the status of the work of art and its uniqueness. The posters gathered for the exhibition ‘Dancing with Myself’ at Punta della Dogana, in 2018, are those where he portrays himself - alone or with friends, critics or other artists - or invites others to portray him, becoming unrecognizable due to his changing age, physiognomy or dress code.
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Have you visited the exhibition? Tell us with the hashtag #PGflashback what words and images would you choose for your own billboard.
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While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, in the next weeks we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana.

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Poster by Martin Kippenberger © Estate MartinKippenberger, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne / Colonia. Installation view at Punta della Dogana, 2018. © Palazzo Grassi, photography by Matteo De Fina

16/06/2020
Gilbert & George Interview

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
Alla domanda “Due artisti o una sola Living Sculpture?” Gilbert & George rispondono: “Due persone e un solo artista”. Dal loro incontro nel 1967, Gilbert & George lavorano in coppia, rifiutandosi di dissociare le loro opere dalla vita quotidiana poiché tutto ciò che fanno è arte. Descrivono le loro opere come grandi poemi visuali che decifrano, non senza umorismo, la condizione umana.
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Gaurda l’intervista a Gilbert & George, realizzata nel 2018 in occasione della mostra “Dancing with Myself” a Punta della Dogana, e raccontaci con l’hashtag #PGflashback quando il quotidiano diventa arte.
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In attesa dell’apertura delle nuove mostre, vi invitiamo a esplorare i nostri archivi per approfondire, riflettere e interrogarci sui grandi temi affrontati dalle esposizioni passate di Palazzo Grassi -.Punta della Dogana.
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#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
When asked “two artists or one Living Sculpture?” Gilbert & George answer: “two people but one artist”. Gilbert & George have been working together as a couple since they met in 1967. They refuse to separate their work from their daily life because everything they do is art and they see themselves as 'human sculptures'. They see their works as vast visual poems which, with a touch of humour, decipher the human condition.
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Watch the interview of Gilbert & George, filmed in 2018 on the occasion of the exhibition “Dancing with Myself” at Punta della Dogana. Share with us, with the hashtag #PGflashback when do you think daily life becomes art.
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While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana.
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Info www.palazzograssi.it

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashbackThe artist Cindy Sherman is who she isn’t, and who she isn’t changes with every new ...
14/06/2020

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
The artist Cindy Sherman is who she isn’t, and who she isn’t changes with every new photograph. In her staged pictures, she assumes a wide variety of female roles. Thanks to perfect costuming and lighting, she might be a wanton student one moment, and the next, a film star, a housewife, or a clown. By exaggerating the mostly stereotypical images of women and their apparent interchangeability, she suggests that any identity is a construct. The exhibition ‘Dancing with Myself’, presented in 2018 at Punta della Dogana, has put in dialogue some of her works produced between 1977 and 1979, with a large number of recent photographs where Cindy Sherman acts the part of aging ladies inspired by silent-movie stars.
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Have you visited the exhibition? Share with us your memories of the exhibition and tell us who you would like to be with the hashtag #PGflashback.
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While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, in the next weeks we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana.
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Ph. Cindy Sherman, Untitled #578, 2016, Untitled #577, 2016, Untitled #576, 2016. Pinault Collection. Installation View at Punta della Dogana, 2018 © Palazzo Grassi, Ph. by Matteo De Fina. Cindy Sherman, Untitled, from the series Bus Riders, 1976-2000, Pinault Collection, Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures.
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Info www.palazzograssi.it

#MuseumsarenotneutralLaToya Ruby Frazier, young African-American artist, raises political and identity questions that ar...
12/06/2020

#Museumsarenotneutral
LaToya Ruby Frazier, young African-American artist, raises political and identity questions that are now more relevant than ever. She portrays herself and her family in her hometown in Pennsylvania, poor and now largely African American, Braddock is one of those industrial towns that experienced economic collapse when its heavy industries folded or relocated. The injuries of race, class, economic underdevelopment, redlining, and official neglect are therefore the salient factors in the everyday world that Frazier’s family and community inhabit. Frazier’s recognition of the invisibility of such communities in the mass media—an invisibility paralleled by a general ignorance of the contributions made by African Americans throughout the history of the United States—inspires her goal of making visible what has been so often ignored or obscured.
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The series of photographs “The Notion of Family” di LaToya Ruby Frazier, has been exhibited in 2018 at Punta della Dogana on the occasion of the exhibition “Dancing with Myself”, that we invite you to rediscover in these days with the hashtag #PGflashback.

Ph. LaToya Ruby Frazier, from the series ‘The Notion of Family’, Self Portrait (Lupus Attack), 2005, Mom Holding Mr. Art, 2005, Mom and Mr. Yerby’s Hands, 2005, Grandma and JC in her Kitchen, 2006

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback“#DancingwithMyself deals with self-representation and not self-portrait, given that...
10/06/2020

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
“#DancingwithMyself deals with self-representation and not self-portrait, given that all selfportraits are self-representations, but that a representation of the self is not necessarily a self-portrait. It is more an approach, or a method, than a theme.” Martin Bethenod.
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The second #PGflashback takes us back to 2018, the year of “Dancing with Myself”, curated by Martin Bethenod and Florian Ebner. The exhibition, presented ant Punta della Dogana raises and answers ironic and existential, political and poetical, biographical and social questions. Follow us over the next days to (re)discover interviews, focus on artworks, behind-the-scenes contents…
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While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, in the next weeks we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana.
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Ph. 2. Alighiero Boetti, Autoritratto, 1993–1994. Pinault Collection, 3. (from left to right) John Coplans, Self-Portrait (Three Panels, vertical), 1990, Self-Portrait (Side Heel and Toe), 1989. Museum Folkwang, 4. Urs Fischer, Untitled, 2011. Pinault Collection, 5. Gilbert & George, Blood Tears Spunk Piss, 1996. Pinault Collection, 6. Urs Lüthi, Tell Me Who Stole Your Smile, 1974. Museum Folkwang. All ph. by Matteo De Fina © Palazzo Grassi, Installation view at Punta della Dogana, 2018.

#SavetheDateFrom Saturday 11 July, Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana will open to the public its new and long-awaited ...
09/06/2020

#SavetheDate
From Saturday 11 July, Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana will open to the public its new and long-awaited exhibitions!
The exhibition project dedicated to the great photographer “Henri Cartier-Bresson. Le Grand Jeu”, the monographic show “Youssef Nabil. Once Upon a Dream” and the collective exhibition “Untitled, 2020. Three perspectives on the art of the present”.

On the day of the opening, access will be free for the residents of Venice.
The three exhibitions will be open to the public every Saturday, Sunday and Monday, from 10 am to 7 pm, with a single ticket at a reduced rate.

Discover more → bit.ly/2UnhpFO

Benvenuto Bruno Racine!“Il mio obiettivo sarà di rafforzare l’identità, la specificità del polo veneziano di Pinault Col...
07/06/2020

Benvenuto Bruno Racine!

“Il mio obiettivo sarà di rafforzare l’identità, la specificità del polo veneziano di Pinault Collection, come François Pinault stesso mi ha chiesto. Sono spazi eccezionali in una città che vanta un patrimonio storico straordinario e che allo stesso tempo ricopre un ruolo di capitale mondiale dell’arte contemporanea grazie soprattutto alla Biennale Arte. Coniugare questi due aspetti sarà uno dei miei fili conduttori.” Bruno Racine

Esce oggi su La Lettura - Corriere della Sera l’intervista a Bruno Racine, nuovo direttore di Palazzo Grassi - Punta della Dogana, che si racconta svelando nuove prospettive e obiettivi per il futuro.

#PalazzoGrassi #PuntadellaDogana

Ph. Bruno Racine by Matteo De Fina © Palazzo Grassi

06/06/2020

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
“Ruins and Wreck: two extremely classic and romantic figures, both entirely evoked in this exhibition. However, in parallel, this exhibition belongs to history and to the history of Surrealism […] Surreal intended as a metaphysical shock […] and in this exhibition, we relive the aesthetic shock. Either in an entertaining and playful way or in a serious way.” Peter Sloterdijk (2017) about the exhibition “Damien Hirst - Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable”

Our #PGflashback dedicated to “Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable” has come to an end.

Ps. One last question: when was the last time you were caught by surprise?

While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana. Starting from the next week, focus on the exhibition “Dancing with Myself”.

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashbackMalachite, crystal glass, gold and bronze… In 2017, the myth of Medusa repeatedly ca...
04/06/2020

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
Malachite, crystal glass, gold and bronze… In 2017, the myth of Medusa repeatedly came back in the exhibition rooms of “Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable”, in a game of references, more or less explicit, to myths and mythology.

Did you visit the exhibition?
What is the masterpiece that you wish to be yours?

While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, in the next weeks we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at #PalazzoGrassi – #PuntadellaDogana.

Damien Hirst, The Severed Head of Medusa (Two versions), ph by Prudence Cuming Associates © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS/SIAE 2017

02/06/2020

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
In 2017, on the occasion of “Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable”, Demon with Bowl, with its height of more than 18 mt, dominated the atrium of Palazzo Grassi. The installation of this spectacular artwork was documented in 60 seconds timelapse.

Did you visit the exhibition?
Demon with Bowl was only one of the spectacular sculptures on view at Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana. Share on Instagram, with the hashtag #PGflashback, the artwork that has touched you the most → https://www.instagram.com/palazzo_grassi/

While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, in the next weeks we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana.

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#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback“The sea is a world apart. It is the amniotic fluid. A world where money, currency o...
31/05/2020

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
“The sea is a world apart. It is the amniotic fluid. A world where money, currency or trade of goods don’t exist, but where we can still find treasures. Fear, hope, dreams, myths, legends and heroes… It’s all at the bottom of the sea with Ulysses, mermaids and the Leviathan. The objects exhibited in Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable spent 2000 years in waters, they don’t belong to the earth anymore, they are creatures of the sea.” Damien Hirst (D.Repubblica, 2017)

Did you visit the exhibition?
Share on Instagram with the hashtag #PGflashback the artwork that has inspired you hopes or dreams that you wish to retrieve from the bottom of the sea. → https://www.instagram.com/palazzo_grassi/

While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, in the next weeks we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana.

All artworks photographed by Prudence Cuming Associates © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS/SIAE 2017

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashbackDamien Hirst holds Mickey by the hand: it’s The Collector with Friend, one among the...
29/05/2020

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
Damien Hirst holds Mickey by the hand: it’s The Collector with Friend, one among the 200 “treasures” re-emerged from the wreck of the precious cargo exhibited in 2017 on the occasion of “Damien Hirst - Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable”. At the entrance of Punta della Dogana, a message welcomed the visitors: “Somewhere between lies and truth lies the truth”.

Did you visit the exhibition?
What is the artwork that above all others made you think about the post-truth theme, the tension between true or false, impossible and necessary, past and future? Share it on Instagram with the hashtag #PGflashback → https://www.instagram.com/palazzo_grassi/

While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, in the next weeks we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana.

Ph. Damien Hirst, The Collector with Friend, ph. by Prudence Cuming Associates © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS/SIAE 2017

28/05/2020
Lo schermo dell'arte

#ArtistsCantWait! #ArtistsFilmItaliaRecoveryFund
3 Film d'artista in streaming!

Palazzo Grassi - Punta della Dogana sostiene la campagna di raccolta fondi lanciata da Lo schermo dell'arte per finanziare la produzione di opere video di giovani artisti italiani o residenti in Italia.

Da oggi, giovedì 28 maggio, prende il via uno streaming programme di 3 film d’artista in sostegno alla campagna nella sala virtuale "Più Compagnia" → bit.ly/2AiGZVb

Programma:
28 maggio h 21 - DOUG AITKEN, Station to Station
4 giugno h 21 - PIERRE BISMUTH, Where is Rocky II?
11 giugno h 21 - SHIRIN NESHAT, Looking for Oum Kulthum

Ogni proiezione sarà seguita da un'intervista all'artista!

Dona alla campagna e riceverai via email il codice valido come biglietto (i film sono visibili solo in Italia!).
Con una donazione unica di almeno 15€ riceverai l’accesso a tutte e tre le proiezioni!

Per saperne di più e donare → www.gofundme.com/f/artistsfilmitaliarecoveryfund

“My name is Giovanni Giorgio Moroder.
But you can call me Giorgio”

#savethedate: Giovedì 28 maggio, ore 21
su #PiùCompagnia
𝐒𝐭𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐭𝐨 𝐒𝐭𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐝𝐢 𝐃𝐎𝐔𝐆 𝐀𝐈𝐓𝐊𝐄𝐍
Info e ticket: www.mymovies.it/live/piucompagnia/movie/14/
in collaborazione con Wanted Cinema

27/05/2020
Palazzo Grassi - Punta della Dogana

#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
Eccezionale nelle dimensioni e nei propositi, nel 2017 “Damien Hirst - Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable” racconta a Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana la storia dell’antico naufragio della grande nave ‘Unbelievable’ e ne espone il prezioso carico riscoperto: l’imponente collezione di Cif Amotan II, destinata a un leggendario tempio dedicato al Dio Sole in oriente.

Hai visitato la mostra?
Condividi su Instagram l’opera che più ti ha colpito con l’hashtag #PGflashback → https://www.instagram.com/palazzo_grassi/

In attesa dell’apertura delle nuove mostre, nelle prossime settimane vi invitiamo a esplorare i nostri archivi per approfondire, riflettere e interrogarci sui grandi temi affrontati dalle esposizioni passate di Palazzo Grassi-Punta della Dogana.

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#PalazzoGrassiAtYours | #PGflashback
Exceptional in scale and scope, the 2017 exhibition “Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable” told the story of the ancient wreck of a vast ship, the ‘Unbelievable’ (Apistos in the original Koine Greek), and presented what was discovered of its precious cargo: the impressive collection of Aulus Calidius Amotan – a freed slave better known as Cif Amotan II – which was destined for a temple dedicated to the sun.

Did you visit the exhibition?
Share the artwork that impressed you the most with the hashtag #PGflashback → https://www.instagram.com/palazzo_grassi/

While waiting for the reopening of the new exhibitions, in the next weeks we invite you to explore our archives to discover more, reflect and ask ourselves questions upon the main issues covered by the past exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana.

Damien Hirst discusses Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable. In Venice until December 3rd. Watch the video.
(Damien Hirst and curator Elena Geuna in Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana)

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Vaporetto linea 2 (fermata San Samuele) per raggiungere Palazzo Grassi. Vaporetto linea 1 (fermata Salute) per raggiungere Punta della Dogana.

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Inaugurati nel 2006 e nel 2009, Palazzo Grassi e Punta della Dogana sono due musei di arte contemporanea.

Restaurati dall’architetto giapponese Tadao Ando, alternano mostre collettive e monografiche.

La vocazione di Palazzo Grassi e Punta della Dogana è di condividere con il pubblico la conoscenza e l'amore per l'arte contemporanea, in particolare attraverso la straordinaria Pinault Collection e di approfondire la relazione privilegiata che ha sviluppato con gli artisti, attraverso la creazione di opere specialmente concepite per i suoi spazi.

Da maggio 2013, il Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi rafforza questa ampia programmazione artistica e culturale. Concepito da Tadao Ando, questo auditorium di 225 posti, propone un calendario intenso di eventi – conferenze, concerti, proiezioni – e sottolinea la volontà di stabilire un dialogo con il pubblico veneziano e internazionale.

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Domenica scorsa ho avuto un malore mentre mi trovavo a Palazzo Grassi - Punta della Dogana. Volevo ringraziare di cuore il personale che mi ha soccorsa ed in particolare una giovane ragazza con la maglietta bianca per la gentilezza e la comprensione che hanno avuto in questo frangente.