In addition to the regular publication of periodicals, each Institute or Center organizes and promotes exhibitions, conferences and workshops in the field of its own research activities.
Secon exhibition dedicated to international developments in 20th-century glass. The exhibition focuses for the first time on the history of glassmaking in Austria.
The “Glass Tea House” is a temporary pavilion designed by the Japanese artist and photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto as part of the activities of Le Stanze del Vetro. Hiroshi Sugimoto is known worldwide for his black-and-white photographs, and for the first time ever he is to design an architectural building in Venice.
The library Nuova Manica Lunga is the place for consulting the documentary funds of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini. To facilitate the research, the Whole ground floor is open-shelves and it allows free access to the materials in unlimited numbers.
The Institute of Art History of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini has a rich Photo Library containing a total of around 730,000 photographs.
Consultation is only possible with appointment.
The many possible combinations of interior and exterior spaces make the Fondazione Giorgio Cini’s resources and facilities adaptable for any kind of event.
It is possible to visit the monumental complex at the weekend.
Guided tours will take place, without need of reservation, every Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 to 17.00.
During weekdays, guided tours are for groups of at least 12 people, upon reservation.
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