Nach den großen Erfolg der letzen Ausgabe anlässlich des Karnevals von Venedig, es…
Dieses Jahr im Parco San Giuliano in Venedig Mestre richtet die erstaunliche musikalische Veranstaltung, die der dreizehnten Auflage gekommen ist, bietet das Beste der internationalen Rock.
Heiße Tage, die sind von 9 bis 11 Juni 2011, drei Tage tolle Musik zu leben und zu hören live!
Hier sind einige der Stars im Programm:
9. Juni: Coldplay, in deren einzige italienische Datum
10. Juni: Negramaro zum ersten Tag der neuen Tour
11. Juni: Vasco Rossi, in seinem ersten Live-Auftritt für das Jahr 2011
Und nicht nur. Die große Fläche des Parco San Giuliano ( über 700.000 qm) host einer “second stage”, wo führen vielen neue Band sich:
9. Juni 2011
We are scientists
echo & the bunny
10. Juni 2011
11. Juni 2011
All time Low
Und Unterhaltungsviertel ermöglicht allen Teilnehmern und Fans ein einmaliges Erlebnis!
Das Hotel Carlton on the Grand Canal befindet sich in einer strategischen Lage, und Parco San Giuliano ist in wenigen Minuten erreichbar.
Punta della Dogana präsentiert die Ausstellung “Lob des Zweifels”. Das ehemalige Zollhaus von Venedig wurde von dem weltberühmten Architekten Tadao Ando in Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst verwandelt aus die François Pinault-Stiftung.
Diese neue Ausstellung, die von Caroline Bourgeois kuratierte sammelt historische Stücke und neue Werke darunter mehrere ortsspezifische Projekte, die die Idee der Unsicherheit Frage, unsere Überzeugungen über Identität, und besuchen Sie die Beziehung zwischen intimen Raum und dem Raum der Kunst.
Fünfundsechzig Werke von zwanzig großen Künstler, unter ihnen sind die Minimalisten Donald Judd, Edward Kienholz, Roni Horn, Sigmar Polke, Bruce Neuman und zwei Lieblingskünstler Pinault ist, Maurizio Cattelan und Jeff Koons.
In Campo della Salute, vor dem Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst von Venedig steht “Vater Stadt” das monumentale Bronzestatue des deutschen Künstlers Thomas Schütte, die die Frage der Erhöhungen was ist monumental, was ist Skulptur, was Sammlerstück. Der Vater ist Schutte beeindruckend, verschlossen, und sein Zustand wird durch das Konzept des Staates, wird verschärft die alten und entwaffnet im Schlafrock.
Diese Ausstellung wird zusammen mit einer anderen Ausstellung im Palazzo Grassi, “The World is Yours” die wird von 2. Juni 2011 vorgelegt werden. Die Eröffnung wird mit dem des zusammenfallen zeitgenössische Kunst Biennale in Venedig, und wird zusammen bringen Werke von rund 40 Künstler aus 20 Ländern.
LOB OD ZWEIFEL – Punta della Dogana-Venedig
10 April 2011 bis 31. Dezember 2012
Öffnungszeiten: 10-19 (Kassenöffnung bis 18) Dienstags geschlossen
Tickets: € 15, kostenlos für bis zu 11 Jahren
In der spektakulären Kulisse des Palastes Bru – Zane beginnt die neue musikalische Saison 2010-2011, die bis zum 5. Juni und offenbaren so neue Facetten der romantischen Musik Französisch dauern wird.
Das Frühlingsfest evoziert die künstlerische Periode des Übergangs aus dem späten neunzehnten Jahrhundert bis in die frühen zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts mit der Erneuerung des Französisch-Stil.
Enjoy the funny and magical atmosphere of our Carnival Party. For one night, let yourself get carried away by the mysterious and magical ambiance of the Venetian Carnival. Escape from reality and hide yourself behind the mystery of a mask or costume. You can either be a Casanova or an historic and legendary hero. You can choose a fancy dress or try to be Arlecchino, Colombina, an ancient Doge or just wear a typical venetian mask. For sure you will be the main character of a comedy that will last the whole night!
Dance, have fun and give yourself the pleasure of an exclusive Carnival Party at our Restaurant La Cupola, along the Grand Canal.
Savor our Grand Buffet full of delicacies inspired both by innovative cuisine, as well as the genuine traditional carnival dishes.
Live Music for dances and fun!
It will take place on Sunday, 6th March 2011
Reserve now your Carnival Party in Venice!
For information and reservation email@example.com or Tel +39-041-2752200
we are pleased to invite you to the Grand Carnival Party taking place at our Restaurant La Cupola on Sunday, March 6th from 7,30 p.m. on.
Take your Mask with you and enjoy our Grand Buffet offering a wide choice of delicacies and traditional carnival dishes.
Live Music to enjoy and have fun!
Canapés and finger food
Marinated Swordfish with spices sautéed
Marinated “Scampi” prawns in citrus fruit
Octopus “Carpaccio” with fresh mushrooms “champignons”
Delicate terrine of vegetables
Cold cuts of Turkey Ham
The traditional beans soup flavored in truffles olive oil
“Risotto” rice with red chicory
Homemade crepe bundles with prawns and artichokes
Drum fish in seafood sauce
Guinea fowl filled with smoked ham and nuts
Selection of fresh salads and vegetables
…Our sweet Grand Finale!
Galani, Frittelle “Fritters”, Castagnole, Italian Meringue, Catalan Cream Tiramisù
Mineral Water, wide choice of Local Red and White Quality Wines, Coffee
Euro 60,00 per person
You will of course choose Venice for the most romantic trip of your life!
Venice, ethereal and romantic, the capital city of all Lovers, Sweethearts, Lovebirds and of those who are madly in Love.
As usual, Hotel Carlton on the Grand Canal is the perfect setting to celebrate St. Valentine’s Day. Our La Cupola Restaurant provides soft and elegant atmosphere, live music, candlelit, refined food and wines accurately suggested by our Maitre Filippo Nocerino, to make a perfect romantic day!
Just your Partner and you, and we will provide all the rest!
A Special St. Valentine’s Package is available in our RESERVATIONS section.
You will be welcomed to this special evening
with a glass of Grand Carlton Cocktail and Canapés
Prawns sauteed in ginger and green apple sauce on fresh artichokes
“Ravioli” homemade filled with cheese and red chicory with sage and crispy bacon
Drum fish pavé in delicate sea food sauce with fried leeks
Passional fruit sorbet
Hard tournedos of beef with Dijon mustard in panure of fine herbs, rösti of potatoes and Topinambur
White chocolate bavarois with strawberries tartare in fresh mint
Price euro 70,00 per person, drinks not included
Live Music will delight your evening
This exhibition held in Palazzo Zabarella in Padua, just a short train ride (30 min. only) from Venice, is the first to be dedicated to the extraordinary vicissitudes of the portrait, a painting genre that was traditionally considered to be minor but which, during the Nineteenth Century, was able to interpret the multiple aspects of that century with greater intensity than the more important genres such as historical and religious painting. It thus became the mirror of a history and humanity undergoing profound changes.
Canova and Modigliani, two internationally renowned protagonists but with absolutely different personalities, open and close this passionate tale in paintings in which both great names in history and the anonymous extras of a domestic epic appear. Painted and sculptured, of individuals and groups, with or without a setting, celebrative or introspective, these portraits all evoke the changes and restlessness of a society undergoing rapid transformation, interpreting the expectations of a country that was achieving political unity for the very first time. However, above all they also represent decisive changes in style, the artists’ efforts to become more modern, to testify reality in its incessant transformation from a new perspective.
From October 2nd, 2010 till February 27th, 2011
Palazzo Zabarella, via san Francesco, 27 - Padova
tel. 049 8753100
fax 049 8752959
The Poetics of Written Space – Handwriting and calligraphy
Venice, Museo Correr
from october 2, 2010 to october 31, 2010
Museo Correr and the Fondazione Musei Civici Veneziani propose an educational itinerary through handwriting which is the synthesis of both traditional and contemporary visual communication.
The exhibition, presented by Monica Dengo, includes handwritten documents from the Museum Correr Library, in particular materials documenting the private and daily use of handwriting over the centuries, along with contemporary artworks of art that have in common the practice of writing by hand as image, bundle of written marks capable of communicating per se.
The show is organized in four parts:
- Historical: manuals, letters and private documents with handwritings from the 1500′s to the 1900′s from the Correr Museum;
- Contemporary: artworks on paper and artist’s books by contemporary artists working with Western, Islamic and Eastern calligraphy. Artists: Kitty Sabatier (France), Benno Aumann (Italy-Germany), Satsuki Hatsushima (England-Japan), Adriana Seri (Italy), Xin Ye (France-China). Hassan Massoudy (France-Iraq), Torsten Kolle (Germany), Mari Bohley (Germany), Cinzia Ruggieri (Italy), Birgit Nass (Germany), Ewan Clayton (England), Brody Neuenshwander (Belgium-USA), Carlo Buffa (Italy), Monica Dengo (Italy-USA), Akar Abdallah (France-Tunisia), Laurent Rebena (France), Michaela Keller (Switzerland), Norio Nagayama (Italy-Japan), Dominique Pinchi (France-Italy);
- Installation by Monica Dengo: I invite you to make the text your own.Text to touch, smell, listen and feel.
- Workshop: The works of students participating in the calligraphy workshop, held by Monica Dengo, will be exhibited in the show.
27 world premieres, 15 Italian premieres, 77 composers, 31 events including concerts, installations, audio-visual performances, choral music as well as workshops, seminars, meetings throughout the entire ten-day program, from September 23 to October 2 in Venice: these are the figures behind the 54th International Festival of Contemporary Music, titled Don Giovanni and the man of stone, and directed by Luca Francesconi.
In continuity with the commitment of the Biennale di Venezia towards the younger generations, the Music Festival will become the stage for prestigious groups but also for young and very young professional ensembles, such as MDI, the two wind and percussion ensembles from the Malmö Music Academy, and L’arsenale, that was asked to perform one of the most important pieces in the history of the Festival, Quando stanno morendo. Diario polacco n.2 by Luigi Nono, presented at the 1982 Music Biennale. This is the reason why the Festival promotes opportunities to discover and encourage the talent of the new generations, and has invited student artists and musicians – from the Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello and the Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice – to measure their skills and stimulate their creative originality in contact with the professional world of composers, singers, choirs, musicians, actors, set designers and directors, all involved in producing the inaugural event, Don Giovanni a Venezia.
Titled Don Giovanni and the man of stone, the Festival refers not only to the famous opera by Mozart, but to one of the central myths of western culture, the myth of Don Giovanni: within the conflict between human finiteness and its aspiration to eternity, between the body and the spirit, reverberates the relationship between the immortality of the work of art and the inexorable breath of time, between the written and the oral, between tradition and modernity. These themes weave through the 54th International Festival of Contemporary Music and find their synthesis in the opening event, the opera-installation Don Giovanni a Venezia.
Japanese advertising graphics has a time-honoured, inventive and rich tradition, unlike that of any other country. On this premise, in the St. Marks’ Square Gallery, the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation is hosting the exhibition GRAPHIC DESIGN FROM JAPAN. 100 POSTERS 2001-2010. One hundred posters, selected from amongst the thousands of works submitted each year for the most prestigious awards, representing the best of Japanese graphics over the last ten years.
The tragedy of Hiroshima and of Nagasaki is remembered annually and with a great sense of responsibility by the major Japanese graphic designers with a series of posters entitled “Hiroshima Appeals”, one of the most significant awareness-raising campaigns in the sphere of graphic art. Some of these posters, the most representative ones from the last ten years, have been selected for the exhibition in memory of the thousands of direct and indirect victims of the explosion of the two atomic bombs.
The exhibition, featuring the most significant works produced over the last ten years both by great masters and more recent artists of promise, includes posters selected by a committee made up of two contemporary masters of graphic art, Kazumasa Nagai and Shin Matsunaga, in collaboration with the International Hokusai Research Centre, and are representative of the works produced by Tokyo’s main associations of graphic designers and art directors, such as the Art Directors’ Club (ADC), the Japan Grafic Designers’ Association (JAGDA) and the Type Directors Club (TDC). The initiative thus becomes a compendium not only of Japanese graphic creativity but also of the long and fruitful working relationship and cultural promotion established between Italy and Japan in this field for over thirty
After the success of the previous edition, the Flight Show-Festival of the Air is back again. The Expo Venice society, with the support of Prima Aviation, is proposing 3 days, from the 24th until the 26th of September, at Nicelli Airport, a programme chock-full of events.
Along with the exhibition areas and meetings, there will be the thrilling air show called Air Extreme, in which some of the best European pilots will execute flips and daring maneuvres, exciting the public and competing against each other in the freestyle tournament. What is more, on this special occasion, Nicelli Airport at Lido di Venezia will be open to General Aviation traffic and to ULM.