Querini Stampalia reopens to the public

From 23 May to 21 June 2020 Museum, Scarpa Area, Intesa Sanpaolo Collection and temporary exhibitions (starting on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 May) will only be open with free admission on weekends (from 11.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.) for a limited number of visitors at the same time. To access, booking is necessary by writing to: museo@querinistampalia.org .

Entry to the Foundation is allowed only to users and visitors already equipped with personal protective equipment (gloves and masks) and upon signing a self-certification.

In addition to the permanent collections, it is possible to visit the following temporary exhibitions until August 31st:

Venezia 1860-2019. Photographs from the Archivio Graziano Arici curated by Graziano Arici  and Cristina Celegon, with Barbara Poli. Selection of original photos, from nineteenth-century photographs, plates and stereoscopes to digital prints: a visual memory of the city from the Archivio Graziano Arici.
L’Angelo degli Artisti. L’arte del Novecento e il ristorante All’Angelo a Venezia  curated by Giandomenico Romanelli and Pascaline Vatin.  The history of the All’Angelo restaurant is investigated, between Fronte Nuovo delle Arti and Peggy Guggenheim: the adventures of the Avant-garde at the tables of Renato and Vittorio Carrain the owners of this famous Restaurant.

Giovanni Querini Stampalia. The man, the enterpreneur, the philantropist  The new world in which Giovanni lived for seventy years (1799-1869) coincides with the period of the decline of Venice, the fall of the Venetian Republic and the French and Austrian dominations. Interested in promoting the economic, moral and cultural growth of the city, he is strongly aware of the changes. His will, establishing in1869 the Fondazione Querini Stampalia, is a political and cultural manifesto of great value, testimony to these transformations. 150 years have passed. Over this period the Fondazione has tried to remain faithful to those wills, despite the changing times and the mutations of the social, cultural and political reality. Passing through the XX century with its tragedies, adapting to the extraordinary technological advances, the Fondazione has always been a critical and sensible protagonist of the intellectual and cultural history of our country.

The wardrobe and the Cafeteria are not open to the public.