Until 25 November 2012 The picturesque Palazzo Ca 'Corner della Regina, headquarters of the Prada Foundation on the Grand Canal in Venice, is once again open to the public thanks to "The small Utopia. Ars Multiplicata", an exhibition prepared by Germano Celant. Open until 25 November 2012, the exhibition is a long journey through the twentieth century, from the aristocratic and elite art of the early 1900s to the mass art of the '70s and '80s. The title refers to the desire that was born at the beginning of the twentieth century and continued up to the end of the 1970s to broaden the dissemination of art in society, through the multiplication of the object, experimenting unprecedented social and aesthetic fruition. On the ground floor and the first mezzanine, the exhibition delves into the various languages into which the boundaries of the work dissolve, from art books to magazines, from experimental film to the radio. The heart of the exhibition, mounted on the main floor and second floor mezzanine, covers the transformation of the idea of uniqueness art and its perception, through more than six hundred items, including design objects, ceramics, glass, textiles, toys, and original and artists’ multiple editions. The visitor passes from Balla coffee services to Depero fabric waistcoats, from Arman sardine cans to Piero Manzoni's Artist’s Shit tin cans. There is Man Ray’s bubble blowing pipe “Ce qui manque à nous tous” and there is Fluxshop, Yoko Ono’s cube-store with numerous posters, objects and videos from MoMA in New York.