For adults and families
The Cadorin bottega exhibition is a record of intense activity by at least three generations of artists, architects, musicians and photographers working in Venice between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
The genealogy of this family, who are worthy successors to the great art workshops of the Republic of Venice, represents a unique interweaving of lives under the banner of art, from the sculptor Vincenzo, the photographer Augusto Tivoli and the Fiorini lute-makers, to the architect Brenno del Giudice and the painters Guido Cadorin, Livia Tivoli, Ida Barbarigo and Zoran Music.
The exhibition consists of more than two hundred works shown in the monumental spaces of Palazzo Fortuny and evokes and documents not only the fascinating studios of a dynasty of artists, but also the lively intellectual context of the city.
For adults: 100 euro (groups up to 25 people) and thereafter 4 euros per person (for example, a group of 22 or 25 participants: 100 euro; of 26 participants: 100+4 euro, and so on). Max 28 participants.
the cost of admission to the museum itself at regular rates (reduced for under 25 or over 65; reduced for family groups; free for residents or people born in the Municipality of Venice or for Disabled persons and helper).
For families: max 10 persons, with min 1 and max 4 adults) 80 euros, including admission ticket to the exhibition.
The intriguing spaces of Palazzo Fortuny host the fascinating studios of the Cadorin family, a dynasty of artists, architects, musicians and photographers working in Venice between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Target: Primary school, Secondary school, 1st cycle
- 80 euros for a class of up to 25 students and thereafter 4 euros per student (for example, a class of 23 or 25 students: 80 euro; of 26 students: 80+4 euro, and so on)
Ticket to the exhibition itself
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