This was expensive and not worth the money. There was some art on the walls. No particularly noteworthy. The grounds were nice. I’d skip this one.
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The collection is not big but there are many different styles so there will be something that appeals to each visitor. We walked from the Rialto Bridge to the site which took around 15-20 minutes (assume you will get lost at least once in the...More
Great little palazzo gallery of modern art. Closed Tuesday. Try to avoid the middle of the day when it can be overwhelmed by cruise trippers
This modern art gallery both interesting and informative. It is an interesting collection of modern art with thought-provoking works of Surrealism and abstract expressionism. There is also the odd work that make you wonder how on earth it counts as ‘art’. Minimal queue to buy...More
The collection is small, so it didn’t take long at all to see all the art work. Very neat to see Picasso’s “on the beach” collection and see some of Salvador Dali, Piet Mondrian, and other famous painters work.
An amazing story of how she accumulated the works, her relationship with the artists all displayed in a spacious but still intimate setting where you can take the time to study, contemplate or just enjoy. Need a relaxing break? Step outside, sit out front by...More
Peggy Guggenheim has really made something extaordinary with the collection at her former Pallazzo. There is something for everyone, do not miss it.
A wonderful gem of a collection of modern art enhanced by a brilliant tour by our guide, Molly, who took us on a comprehensive journey through the stages of development of this exciting period in art history. It is all here, all beautifully presented in...More
A comprehensive survey of works from Cubism through the latter part of the century in a delightful setting on the Grand Canal. If you’re an art lover, this ought to be on your itinerary. The cafe, however, is mediocre at best and rather expensive. Cost...More