Spatialists in Venice

The Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation present an exhaustive showcasing circuit made up of about 150 artworks, retraces the adventure of the spatialist movement in Venice, which took place between the second half of the 1940s and the early 1960s.
The exhibition, divided over three venues, starts at the Gallery at Saint Mark’s with some important works by Fontana, mostly from the Fifties, flanked by works by masters of Venetian Spatialism who signed its Manifestos, such as Guidi, Deluigi, Tancredi, Morandis, Bacci, De Toffoli and Vianello, and others who did not instead sign the Manifestos but shared their themes.
It continues at the Palazzetto Tito venue with equally relevant spatial works, with particular attention for the younger artists and a small room wholly dedicated to spatial marinas by Guidi, ending at Forte Marghera, with a section entirely dedicated to spatialist graphics with some coeval works and others subsequently published by Fallani printers.
The exhibition, by curator Giovanni Granzotto, features an important catalogue.
Opening hours:
SAINT MARK’S GALLERY: from Wednesday to Sunday from 10.30am to 5.30pm;
PALAZZETTO TITO: Monday to Friday, from 10 to 5pm;
FORTE MARGHERA: Thursday to Sunday 3-10pm.
Admission tickets for the three exhibitions € 6.00 / 4.00

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