Francis Giacobetti – VISION is a photography exhibition based on the work of Francis Giacobetti, who travelled around the world during more than twenty years to meet some of the most visionary men and women of the 20th century, to listen at them and to take picture of their eye and their portrait.
Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama, Aung San Suu Kyi, Luciano Pavarotti, Stephen Hawking, Mikhail Gorbatchev, Buzz Aldrin… Never such a large and inspiring compilation of the best artist, scientist, peace makers, has been presented to the public before.
VISION – Master Minds of our Time is a testimony of the power, the genious, and the sense of humanity. This exceptional exhibition is presented for the first time in one of the most symbolic fantastic on Earth: the Procuraties on the San Marco Square Venezia. It will then travel the world during 5 years, starting with Paris in 2024.
VISION – gathers more than 100 of the most inspiring men and women of the 20th century. Dancers, physicist, prime ministers, revolutionary, divers, cooks, opera singers, authors, priest…… The exhibition explores every possible activity of mankind through the eyes of the ones who acted and thought in the deepest way.
The exhibition is composed with giant pictures (black and white portraits and colored iris) of these people diepatched in 15 rooms on the second floor of the Procuratie Vecchie. Extensive captions explain the life and impact of every person presented, meanwhile a selection of quotes from these people invite the visitor to take a break and meditate.
De Sábado, Noviembre 18, 2023 hasta Lunes, Enero 15, 2024
€ 15,00 Full Price Ticket with Admission Reservation
€ 12.00 Reduced Price Ticket for groups of maximum 25 people, over 65, students under 25, for visitors of The Home of the Human Safety, with Admission Reservation
Free for children under 6 years, Italian tourist guides equipped with a license card, journalists with ODG card after accreditation at the Press Office, disabled, ICOM
Monday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 18, Sunday 19, Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 November, free admission for residents on the occasion of the Feast of Our Lady of Health
On Friday, November 24, the exhibition will be closed from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Sunday 24 December early closure at 16:30 for Christmas
Sunday 31 December early closure at 16:30