Museo Correr

Past exhibitions

THE POETRY OF LIGHT. Venetian drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Washington

December 6, 2014

From the National Gallery of Art one of the most important collections of Venetian drawings in the world shown in a major exhibition at Museo Correr. A selected group of artworks composed between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries and brought back in Venice for an unrepeatable exploration of the artistic genius of the great Venetian masters and their relationship with the art of drawing. […]

PALLADIO AND RUSSIA. From Baroque to Modernism

September 27, 2014

Organized by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation as part of the official celebrations of the Year of Tourism Italy-Russia 2014, the exhibition focuses on the influence of Andrea Palladio, universally known as the most influential artist in the world about the art of building, on the history of Russian architecture. […]


From March 29 to June 15, 2014

The exhibition of this fascinating – recently rediscovered and attributed to Titian by a number of authoritative international scholars – will offer a unique opportunity for the museum’s visitors and Venetians generally to admire the unexpected “new” image of the great artist. […]


From February 8 to May 18, 2014

The fascinating context of the European city from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment is evoked in this exhibition through over a hundred paintings, prints and drawings from prestigious public and private, Italian and foreign collections. […]

LEGER 1910-1930 A vision of the contemporary city

From February 8 to June 2, 2014

Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, in collaboration with the Philadelphia Museum of Art, dedicates a great exhibition to Fernand Léger and the extraordinary experience of the European avant-garde […]