William Merritt Chase (1849-1916): a painter between New York and Venice
From February11th to May 28th by the Galleria Internazionale d'Arte Moderna Ca ' Pesaro, you can visit the exhibition of William Merritt Chase (1849-1916): a painter between New York and Venice. It is a major retrospective, in absolute European preview, dicated to the American artist, organized and co-produced beween The Phillips Collection, Washington, d.c., Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Terra Foundation for American Art and the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia.
The exhibition, organized under the direction of Gabriella Belli (Director of Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia), Dorothy Kosinski (Director of The Phillips Collection) and Matthew Teitelbaum (Ann and Graham Gund Director Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), curated by Elsa Smithgall, Erica e. Hirshler, Katherine m. Bourguignon and Giovanna Ginex, presents around sixty works by Chase, besides the only artwork of Chase present in Italy – Self-Portrait (1908) – which reaches Venice exceptionally on loan from the Uffizi Gallery.
CA ' Pesaro-International Gallery of modern art
From 11 February to 28 February closed on Mondays
Joint admission ticket valid for the International Gallery of modern art + museum of Oriental art + exhibition "WILLIAM MERRITT CHASE. A painter between New York and Venice "
Full price: € 14
Reduced: € 11.50 * Boys from 6 to 14 years Students from 15 to 25 years escorts (max. 2) for groups of children or students Citizens over 65 staff of the Ministry of cultural heritage and tourism (MiBACT) Rolling Venice card holders FAI members