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e-borghi travel 8, Taste and villages: “Peggy Guggenheim. The Last Dogaressa”

Peggy Guggenheim spent thirty years in Venice, from 1948 to 1979 and her stay in the lagoon area is told in an exhibition through which the Peggy Guggenheim Collection pays homage to its founder. “Peggy Guggenheim, the last Dogaressa” is going to be on display until January the 27th 2020, the exhibition is dedicated to the patron’s collections after 1948, after her departure from New York, closing the art gallery Art of This Century (1942-47) and moving to Venice. The exhibition is included in a more comprehensive series of events that aim at celebrating a double anniversary, seventy years since the moving of the Peggy Guggenheim’s Lions to Palazzo Venier when the first exhibition was held and 40 years since her death. The Public Programs are included as well together with some free activities dedicated to the visitors within the museum and outdoor called “The continuity of a vision”.

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