Gustav Klimt exhibition in Venice

Judith I, 1901

Another occasion to visit Venice this Spring: “Gustav Klimt in the Sign of Hoffmann and the Secession” at Correr Museum.

The exhibition displays an exceptional cycle of paintings, rare and precious drawings, furniture and elegant jewelry, but also elaborate reconstructions and interesting historical documents.

Among the other works, you’ll be able to see the Judith I (1901) and the Judith II (1909)..

the Judith II, 1909

The Sunflower..

The Sunflower, 1907

or the Beethoven Frieze.

Beethoven Frieze (1901-1902)

Venue
Museum Correr, St. Mark’s Square 52 – 30124 Venice.
From March 24th to July 8th 2012.
Opening hours: daily, from 10 am to 7 pm (ticket office from 10 am to 6 pm).

Tickets

  • Full price: € 12
  • Reduced (exhibition only): € 10 for chlidren aged from 6 to 14; students aged from 15 to 25; +65 years old citizens; employees of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali
  • Reduced special: € 9 for holders of the MUVE Friend Card; holders of Rolling Venice Card; holders of Carta Giovani; those who purchased the Museum Pass or the St. Mark’s Square Museums ticket (reduction not granted for those with free entrance); holders of Venice Card Adult and Junior
  • Free: disabled people with escort; authorized guides; escorts (max. 2) accompanying groups of children or students; interpreters accompanying groups; MUVE Ordinary Partners.

Audioguide: Italian – English 5 €

Websites: Klimt nel segno di Hoffmann e della Secessione

Where to stay? From Camping Ca’ Savio you can easily get to Venice in 40 minutes by boat. Moreover, you can take advantage of the special offer “Spring in Venice” with free museums tickets and the April-may offer, which allows you to spend 7 nights at the price of 5.

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