Ca' Pesaro

Ca' Pesaro

Santa Croce 2076
30135 Venice VE

The grandiose palace, now seat of the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, was built in the second half of the seventeenth century for the noble and wealthy Pesaro family, a project by the greatest Venetian baroque architect, Baldassarre Longhena, who also designed the church of the Salute and Ca’ Rezzonico.

Ca’ Pesaro contains important nineteenth- and twentieth-century collections of paintings and sculptures, including masterpieces by Klimt and Chagall and remarkable works by artists such as Kandinsky, Klee and Moore, as well as a rich selection of works by Italian artists and an important section on graphic art. Its layout has been completely redesigned, providing an enlightening introduction to a crucial period in Art History.

Layout and Collections:

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  • Family Offer: reduced ticket for all family members, for families of two adults and at least one child (aged 6 to 14)
  • Family ‘Museum Pass’ Offer: reduced ticket for all family members, for families of two adults and at least one child (aged 6 to 14).




A collection of italian modern art

08 February 2019
Paid admission
Thirty-two artworks by some of Italy’s greatest twentieth-century artists will be held long-term at the Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna. The works are celebrated masterpieces created between the 1920s and 1950s by Massimo Campigli, Carlo Carrà, Giacomo Manzù, Ottone Rosai, Scipione and Mario Sironi, and were already...


16 November 2019
Paid admission
This tribute commemorates the centenary of the death of Trentino artist Umberto Moggioli, who found his true source of inspiration in Venice and the lagoon. Mountain-born, Moggioli was by 1907 already presenting his paintings at the Venice Biennale: gardens filled with Impressionist light testified to the richness of international culture that was filtering through the lagoon city and its islands, in...

London Bridge

19 October 2019
Paid admission
The exhibition presents fourteen young generation artists from London who use different artistic media: painting, sculpture, video, photography, installation and performance. 
Most of the work has never been shown before, and is in many cases site-specific in its delineation of the post-1990s contemporary London cultural scene seen through the topical immediacy of its most innovative...