The trips of Artribune: 4 days to discover Venice in May

The trips of Artribune: 4 days to discover Venice in May

“Venice between art and landscape”: this is the title of the new itinerary developed by Artribune Travel for those who want an unconventional experience to discover the city. When? From 20 to 23 May. Here are the contents, rates and how to book.

One of the most narrated cities – in the world, Venice is the destination of the new itinerary proposed by Artribune Travel, the project, created by Artribune in collaboration with Target Travel, which offers unprecedented visiting experiences built around the dialogue with the cultural fabric of the territory. Not a conventional journey: from 20 to 23 May 2022 it will not be only the highly anticipated that will end up in the spotlight of our tour Biennale Arte – which returns to attract attention after the stops and postponements imposed by the pandemic – but also the protagonists of the lagoon creative scene. Between galleries and important museumswe will also reach theGiudecca Island, a little traveled destination but full of stories to tell. Accompanying the participants will be Arianna Testino, Venetian by adoption and responsible for our paper insert Great Exhibitions. Are you curious? Here are some more details.

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The itinerary starts from the Giudecca Island, a place where residentiality, industrial memory and new energies linked to contemporary creativity alternate against the backdrop of a landscape in which architectural interventions conceived by the great names of recent design stand out. These, therefore, are the “compasses” of an afternoon itinerary that starts from Michela Rizzo Gallery – guest, since 2014, of an industrial building in the area of ​​the breweries once active on the island – and arrives – within the same complex – in the Fabrizio Plessi’s studio, pioneer of the use of technology applied to art. Before stopping for an aperitif at the Hilton hotel, housed in the historic Molino Stucky, there will be time to stroll among the residential architectures of Gino Valle, Cino Zucchi e Valerian Shepherd. The day will end with dinner in the rooms of Dama Restaurantpampered by the kitchen of chef Lorenzo Cogo, who enhances local raw materials.


The morning of the second day is marked by the 59th International Art Exhibition, with a guided tour of the Gardens of the Biennale and the national pavilions. The itinerary, built ad hoc together with the staff of the Venetian institution, will offer insights and interpretations to orient oneself in one of the most complex exhibitions on the global scene. After lunch at the restaurant of the Rehberger café in the Central Pavilion, the destinations are two art galleries that have been able to carve out an important role in the city: the Galleria A plus Aa few steps from Palazzo Grassi, which mixes experimentation and teaching, hosting students from all over the world in the School for Curatorial Studies Venice since 2004, and the Alberta Pane Gallery, in the former carpentry of the Dorsoduro district which since 2017 has hosted exhibition projects designed to support the experimentation of international artists. Dinner is at Zanze XVI restauranta contemporary tavern led by chef Nicola Dinato together with Nicola Possagnolo.


The third day of the Venetian tour will start at Corderie of the Arsenale, where the guided tour of the Biennale Arte 2022 will end. After a quick lunch in the Arsenale restaurant, the afternoon will be entirely dedicated to two other gallery-exhibition venues that promote internationally known artists and new recruits. We are talking about Berlendis space – result of the meticulous restoration of a former carpentry belonging to the Squero Fassi complex – and of the Marignana Art Galleryin the Dorsoduro district.

The dinner, on the other hand, bears the signature of Davide Scarpa and Leonardo Bozzato, chefs of the gourmet restaurant Laughing Catwhose history has its roots in the last century.


Before leaving the Lagoon and its wonders, a stop at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection at Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, which was the residence of the far-sighted patron. A special welcome awaits the group of Artribune Travelwho will be able to get to know the history of the Collection and its creator up close and visit the exhibition Surrealism and magic. Enchanted modernity, an unprecedented focus on the Surrealists’ interest in magic, esotericism, mythology and the occult. The last destination – before the lunch break at Antico Martini restaurant and the restart – is the Gallery Victoria Miro, inaugurated in 2017 inside the rooms that once housed the legendary Galleria Il Capricorno. An intimate and intimate space in which the exhibitions organized by a great name on the international gallery scene take shape, whose London office was opened in 1985.

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