On the occasion of Expo 2015, Verona presents Arte e Vino, an extraordinary exhibition.
On the occasion of Expo 2015 dedicated to the theme “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life", Verona
, which has hosted the most important Italian wine fair since almost 50 years, presents one of the most important and unique exhibition scheduled in Italy for the international event and it will take place from April 11th to August 16th 2015 in Palazzo della Gran Guardia
. We are talking about Arte e Vino
, art and wine matched in a prestigious exhibition.
The remarkable cultural event has been possible thanks to the participation of the city of Verona
, the Autonomous Province of Trento
, the MART Museum (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art)
of Trento and Rovereto, and the State Hermitage Museum
of Saint Petersburg.
THE EXHIBITION PATH
The exhibition path of Arte e Vino
seems like a kaleidoscopic journey into the universe of the representation of wine in art experience, both sculpture, paintings and minor arts. The exhibition presents almost 170 works of art
from more than 90 Italian and foreigner loaners , taking you through an extraordinary itinerary that come from the combination of two jewels our culture and history, symbols of Italy in the world: art and wine
The exhibition includes not only works of great Italian artists like Lorenzo Lotto
, Guido Reni
, Luca Giordano
, Annibale Carracci
, Giuseppe Maria Crespi
, Pietro Longhi
, Sebastiano Ricci
, GianBattista Tiepolo
, De Pisis
, but also of other important international artists, such as Peter Paul Rubens
, Jusepe Ribera
, Nicolas Poussin
, Jacob Jordaens
, Philipp Hackert
, Gerrit von Honthorst
, Philippe Mercier
, Nicolas Tournier
Beyond the exhibition it is interesting the presence of a wine shop
next to the bookshop where you will have the opportunity to buy the wine of the companies that support the project and a taste corner
that will propose you some matches between renowned wine labels and local products.
From Monday to Thursday and on Saturday and Sunday from 9.30 am to 8.30 pm
On Friday from 9.30 am to 10.30 pm (The ticket office closes 1 hour before the closing time)
Opened also on April 25th, May 1st, June 2nd, August 15th.
Full price € 12,00 (audio guide included)
Reduced price € 9,00 (audio guide included)