- External Events

ArtVerona 2018


Beatrice Burati Anderson is pleased to invite you to ArtVerona #backtoitaly, Pavilion 12, Booth I1

Find out more

Art and business: roads to innovation


Venice Galleries View, together with Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and in collaboration with the spin-off of the University Strategy Innovation, present Art and Business: Roads to Innovation, an exhibition to highlight the synergy between art world and companies.

Find out more

ARTVERONA 2019


Beatrice Burati Anderson is pleased to invite you to ArtVerona #backtoitaly 15th edition – Pavilion 12, Booth I1

Find out more

Francesco Candeloro. Occhi del tempo & Templi di Luce – Musei Civici Bassano del Grappa


Video by Musei Civici Bassano del Grappa

Find out more

Nataliya Chernakova. 20° premio Cairo – The new talents of Contemporary Art


by Arte

Find out more

Unvollendete Metamorphose (Metamorfosi incompiute) per la mostra/non mostra di Giovanni Rizzoli


by Hans Steinherr

Find out more

Materiche


Friday June 5th, 2020 opens Materiche, a group show realized in collaboration with M9, inside the courtyard’s space of M9 district, Mestre (VE). To the exhibition will take part the galleries of Venice Galleries View: Alberta Pane, Beatrice Burati Anderson Art Space & Gallery, Caterina Tognon, Dorothea van der Koelen’s gallery, Ikona Gallery, Marignana Arte, marina Bastianello gallery and Michela Rizzo.

Find out more

Margherita Morgantin: VIP project winner of the 8th Edition of the Italian Council


Sorry, this entry is only available in Italian.

Find out more

Margherita Morgantin C.U.O.R.E. (Cryogenic Underground Observatory for Rare Events) a Palazzo Lucarini


Sorry, this entry is only available in Italian.

Find out more

Andrew Huston’s glass boot is part of the exhibition organized by Fondazione Berengo at the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida


To prepare for the Boca Raton Museum of Art’s upcoming exhibition Glasstress, Kathleen Goncharov, the museum’s senior curator only had a narrow window of opportunity over the past couple of years to visit the Berengo Studio in Venice, which has helped organise the exhibition. First the Italian lagoon suffered from record-breaking floods, swiftly followed by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, but during an opportune moment in 2019 she made it to the island of Murano to choose handblown glass sculptures designed by 34 contemporary artists, including Ai Weiwei, Fred Wilson, Vik Muniz, Erwin Wurm, Fionna Banner, Prune Nourry, Ugo Rondinone, and Joyce J. Scott.

Find out more