An exhibition of over 120 illuminated pages and initials from one of the most important collections of miniatures worldwide, once owned by Count Vittorio Cini and presented to the Foundation in 1962
Each Institute and Center, as part of its research activities, in addition to establishing regular periodical publications, organizes and promotes exhibitions, educational conferences and seminars.
Second exhibition dedicated to international glass developments in the twentieth century. The exhibition will focus for the first time the genesis of modern glass art in Austria.
The Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto made his first architectural work, a temporary pavilion, in Venice for Le Stanze del Vetro on the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore.
La Nuova Manica Lunga è il luogo per la consultazione dei fondi documentali della Fondazione Giorgio Cini. Per agevolare le ricerche, l’intero piano terra è a scaffale aperto e consente il libero accesso ai materiali in numero illimitato.
A rich photographic archive includes about 730,000 photographs.
Consultation is possible by appointment.
The combination of internal and external spaces of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini allows interpretation and use customizable for any type of event
you can visit the monumental complex in the weekend.
On Saturdays and Sundays it is open from 10 am to 5 pm every hour.
Art Bonus is the measure promoted by the Government to encourage cultural patronage.
The monumental complex of the Island of Saint George is a beneficiary of D.L. 31.5.2014, n. 83, "Disposizioni urgenti per la tutela del patrimonio culturale, lo sviluppo della cultura e il rilancio del turismo", convertito con modificazioni in Legge n. 106 del 29/07/2014 e s.m.i.