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Bugno Art Gallery was established in 1991 by Massimiliano Bugno and is among the esteemed contemporary art galleries in town. Its floor-to-ceiling windows overlooks the Teatro La Fenice and it is near the Piazza San Marco. Their collection is a compilation of modern, contemporary and photographic works of acclaimed and emerging domestic as well as international artists. These include the likes of Mario Deluigi, Emilio Vedova, Giancarlo Franco, Mauro Cappelletti, Fabio Bianco, Andrés David Carrara, Giovanni Chiaramonte and Andrea Morucchio. This bi-level gallery is a popular stopover for art collectors and enthusiasts alike.
Art enthusiasts looking for not-so-famous art galleries in Venice will find solace in Contini. A fine art gallery with an impressive display of sculptures as well, Cortini has two locations in Venice, with this one being one of them. The gallery mainly features the works of Italian artists such as Guido Cadorin, Enrico Ghinato, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Fortunato Depero and more, along with a few foreign artists such as Fernando Botero, Robert Indiana and Paul Klee.
This non-profit exhibition space highlights Slovenian and other international contemporary artists. Backed by the Slovenian Ministry of Culture, A+A features temporary exhibitions displaying paintings and other modern art forms. It is also the meeting place for artists, youth and tourists alike.
Located in the old church and school of the Carità, Galleria dell'Accademia's building was partly built in the 12th Century and finished in the 14th Century. The Academy of Fine Arts was started here by the Napoleonic government. In its 24 rooms, it displays works of Italian art, by artists such as Andrea Mantegna, Piero Della Francesca, Cosmè Tura, and Giovanni Bellini. Other artists include Giorgione, Tintoretto, Paris Bordone and Moretto Da Brescia among others.
The important company Safilo decided to open this gallery, one of the most important private collection about the history of glasses. Thanks to the permanent collection is possible to trace along seven centuries the innovations and the changes of this industry. The gallery counts with an historical archive and it hosts temporary exhibitions. Through the website is it possible to accede to all the photoes of the material of the collection.