A Life of Seduction Venice in the 1700s
|Titolo||A Life of Seduction Venice in the 1700s||Autore/i||Giandomenico Romanelli|
|Misura||21x26 (cm)||Illustrazioni||ill. colori n.t. - colors ills|
|Legatura||bross. ill. colori con alette - paperback||Conservazione||Nuovo - New|
|Lingua||Inglese - English Text||Peso||1300 (gr)|
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New Orleans, Museum of Art, February 16-May 21, 2017.
Essays of Antonio Musiari, Giandomenico Romanelli, Vanessa I. Schmid, Babet Trevisan, Piermario Vescovo.
The grandeur of Venice comes to America’s most historic city in A Life of Seduction: Venice in the 1700s, an exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art. NOMA is the sole venue in the United States presenting this exhibition of objects providing a glimpse into the pageantry, ceremony, and extravagance of Venetian life in the eighteenth century.
Venice is presented through an elegant, multi-disciplinary installation featuring an exceptional selection of objects, costumes, and paintings that illuminate an extraordinary time in the history of Venice.
A Life of Seduction illuminates Venetian life and pageantry during the century of Casanova, Canaletto, and Tiepolo. Visitors will see objects depicting the opulence of the time, when the city was a cultural mecca. Eighteenth-century carnival masks, costumes and robes, shoes, handbags, and regal glass objects are displayed among exquisite paintings by Canaletto and Guardi. “A significant strength of this exhibition is its historical and cultural point of view and the distinctive range of objects that tell the story”. (T-CA)
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