Palazzo Grassi to reopen to the public from February 11–26

Words by Alessandra Bellomo
February 9, 2021

Pinault’s collection in Venice reopens to the public at Palazzo Grassi from February 11–26, 2021. For the occasion, the museum will be open on Thursdays and Fridays only, with free access. To guarantee the respect of all the safety measures, the number of visitors allowed will be limited. 

On view, two exhibitions: the photographic survey dedicated to Henri Cartier Bresson “Le Grand Jeu” and “Once Upon a Dream” by Youssef Nabil featuring his signature hand-painted pictures of a legendary Egypt. 

Punta della Dogana, on the other hand, will remain closed in preparation for a new upcoming exhibition dedicated to Bruce Nauman. “Contrapposto Studies” focuses on a series of recent video works by the artist, exhibited alongside a comprehensive collection of his earlier performances, installations, and videos, providing an overall context. 

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