events

On this page we are not listing events shorter than 2 weeks, sorry.

Upcoming

  • OneDayInVenezia.com Photo Contest - group show of the 12 finalists of the 1st edition
  • Celebration programme for the Gallery's 10th anniversary
  • Current exhibits

    • Diego Palasgo- ART@Hilton

    Ongoing projects

  • Albert Giralt "Duarja".
  • Jan Mizo, "Exposti" Giudecca 795
  • Gjon Jakaj, "Italia Cotta" Giudecca 795
  • Neil Harbisson, "Cyber Venezia"
  • Graziano Arici, "The Eyes of the Ghetto"

Archive

  • "The White Drake: discovering design". Design exhibition curated by Studio Magda Di Siena. 22-29 October 2016.
  • Maggie Siner. ART@Hilton, 20 May - 27 July 2016
  • FORTE GARDA - RIVA DEL GARDA: SENTINELLE DI PIETRA: Gjon Jakaj, 9 July - 28 August 2016 (the Fortress is open Friday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm)
  • Manù Brunello. "Guardami", ART@Hilton
  • Amos Torresin. "Animal Mechanisms", ART@Hilton, Hilton Molino Stucky Venice.
    20 January - 20 March 2016
  • Albert Giralt "Duarja". "In memoria". An artist discovered by Gianluca.
    14 November - 30 December 2015
  • Gjon Jakaj, "Italia Cotta" (Cooked Italy). Giudecca 795 Art Gallery. Photography. About "feeding the planet": our own way.
  • Giuseppe Cozzi, "Beyond Reflections". ART@Hilton 2015
  • Paola Failla (ART@Hilton), 6 June to 14 September 2015 at ThaumArt
  • Giulio Rigoni, "Contemporary Renaissance II", until 30 May 2015 at ThaumArt, and until 9 August at Giudecca 795 Art Gallery
  • Marcelle Ottier, "Preciadas", 10 October to 24 December 2014
  • Jan Mizo, "Inside Up", November 2014 to 15 January 2015 ART@Hilton
  • "Venezia dal Cielo" 26 September to 5 November 2014 ART@Hilton, and thru 30 November at the 795
  • Giulio Rigoni, "Contemporary Renaissance", until 19 September 2014 at ART@Hilton, and until 9 August at Giudecca 795 Art Gallery
  • Françoise Calcagno, "Venice Memories", until 20 June 2014 at Giudecca 795 Art Gallery
  • Fernando Garcia Monzon, "Portraits", 21 March - 6 April 2014, Giudecca 795 Art Gallery
  • Manù Brunello, "Vestiti Sospesi", until 28 March 2014, ART@Hilton and Giudecca 795 Art Gallery
  • Francesco Zavatta, "Venezia Lightings", 18 October - 25 December 2013, ART@Hilton and Giudecca 795 Art Gallery
  • Paola Failla (ART@Hilton), 6 September to 14 October 2013
  • Venice from the Sky, 2 August to 2 September 2013
  • Giulio Rigoni, 29 March to 18 May 2013
  • Oliviero Dall'Asta, 25 Jan to 24 March 2013
  • Berico, "Vexilla Regis" Chiesa di S.Salvador, 3-26 August 2012
  • Neil Harbisson, presentation of "Cyber Venezia" Giudecca 795 and Palazzo Loredan 23 June 2012
  • Berico, "Le Vele di Venezia, The Sails of Venice", 4 June - 15 Luglio 2012; "Cose del Nostro Mondo" - Padova, Caffè Pedrocchi, 3 to 30 April 2012
  • Patty Carroll, "Presenze: Anonymous Women", 20 February 18 March 2012
  • Alice Olimpia Attanasio,
    "Handle with Care"
    28 October-27 November 2011
  • Neil Harbisson, "Eyeborg" Sonochromatics until 27 November 2011
  • Simona Bramati, Biennale Arte - 24 September to 23 October 2011 - Giudecca 795 Art Gallery, Palazzo Corner Spinelli
  • Nicoletta Lupi, "Paradise Lost" - 1st June to 31st August 2011
  • Neil Harbisson, "EYEBORG" - 18 June 2011 (Art Night) to 27 November 2011
  • Neil Harbisson, "SOUND PORTRAITS Interactive Performance", 18 June 2011
  • Lars Bjerre - "PERSONÆ"
    from 25 February 2011
  • Vittorio Martini's Organizational Contemporary Art, 3-24 December 2010
  • M.Teatro, "Vestigia del Futuro"
    (Ma Cos'è Questa Crisi?)",
    9 to 22 October 2010
  • Cannone, Castelli, Ramanzini, Rossini
    "SummerTime"
    (Ma Cos'è Questa Crisi?)",
    from 23 July 2010
  • Lipari, Martinazzo, Mizo, Ottier
    "The Color of Money"
    (Ma Cos'è Questa Crisi?)",
    from 26 June 2010
  • Nicoletta Lupi
    "Sulla Natura delle Cose" (On the Nature of Things), photography
    29 May - 25 June 2010
  • Shannon Novak, "Sound Fragments"
    international project, 6 April - 2 May 2010
  • Venezia dall'alto, Venice from Above: photo exhibit 12 February - 12 March 2010. Extended 2 May 2010. Presentation of the book: 12 February 2010 at 5.30pm.
  • Maschere d'Artista: 6-21 February 2010
  • Franca Batich, "Presenze e prospettive sul filo dell'immaginario" from 3 October 2009 to 18 January 2010.
  • Liu Zhong, "Praise of Nature / Elogio della Natura" - collateral event of the 53rd International Art Exhibition in Venice (BIENNALE) from 3 June to 15 September 2009. Traditional Chinese painting on rise paper and silk, with contemporary subjects in the theme of the Biennale, "Making Worlds".
    Vernissage 3 June 2009 from 10 am by invitation, in the presence of the artist
  • James King
    Art exhibit
    28 feb - 15 mar 2009
  • Benny Katz
    "Oops!..."
    13 - 24 feb 2009
  • "Memories and Microcosms"
    29 nov - 13 dec 2008
  • Marcello Morandini -
    Teresa Barisi Morandini -
    "Black, White, and Sky Blue"
    12 sept - 16 nov 2008
  • "Travelling Colors"
    from 5 jul 2008
  • Angelo De Boni
    "Bianco - White"
    14 - 29 jun 2008
  • Susan Adams Nickerson
    "Mosaics and Reflections"
    10 may - 1 jun 2008
  • Vito Campanelli
    "Sous le Rouge"
    22 mar - 13 apr 2008
  • Luciano Pasquini
    "Incanti"
    22 mar - 13 apr 2008
  • "Sails in Love"
    8 - 19 mar 2008
  • Nicolò Paoli -
    Maurizio Baccanti
    "Cows on Gondola & Plastic Sneers"
    19 gen - 24 feb 2008
  • "795 auguri"
    15 dec 2007 - 6 jan 2008
  • Gerold Meister (CADAF)
    "Painted Poetry"
    10 - 25 nov 2007
  • Ercole Monti
    "Venezia - acquasabbia"
    13 oct - 4 nov 2007
  • Mauro Sambo
    "my Father my Job my Life
    the Long Hello"

    15 sept - 7 oct 2007
  • Minjung Kim
    "Void in Fullness"
    25 aug -13 sept 2007
  • “Gerold Meister (Cadaf): Painted Poetry

    Trittico (part.)

    From 10 to 25 November 2007.
    The opening will host a poetic reading with actress Uta Wagner, Nov 10 at 6 pm.

    Open Tuesday to Friday, 3-11pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11am-11pm. Free.
    Info, tel. 340.879.83.27 - www.giudecca795.com

    German painter and sculptor, Meister lives in Venice; in the Seventies he created a poetic language of his own: "birds" writing and abstract writing, imaginary alphabets made of signs which he inserts in his paintings as fragments or complete poems; they result in charming images enriched by his refined use of color.

    Giudecca795, Fondamenta S.Biagio, Venezia
    ACTV boat lines 41, 42 or 82, boat stop Palanca
    (a few meters from Molino Stucky - Hilton Hotel)


    Gerold Rainer Meister (CADAF), born in Westerstede, Germany, is a painter, sculptor, and decorator whose artistic development was greatly influenced by Max Ernst. In the 'seventies, CADAF invented a poetic language of his own: the writing of birds  and abstract writing - imaginary alphabets made of symbols which he inserts as fragments or complete poems into his compositions, thus creating evocative images enriched by the refined use of colour (at times brilliant, at times delicate).

    In 1980, he settled in Venice where he took an interest in Spatialism and, especially, the paintings of Tancredi, while maintaining his relationship with German cultural life. In Italy, his works came to define "poetic art". CADAF then moved to Paris where he develope his research about sculpture, creating the "Spirits" or "Angels" that he realised as sculpture in 1985, back to Venice.

    cadafIn 1991, he won (with glass master Vittorino Zane) the first prize at Premio di Murano for his glass sculpture "Pesceuomo" (Manfish). From 1993 to 1997, he had one man exhibits in Milan and Venice, and several of his works are displayed in museums and private collections in Italy and around the world.

    His creative energy continues to push him in new directions, influenced by an early source of inspiration that is hidden in his pseudonym. Besides being his signature, CADAF stands for Centro di Arti Figurative (Center for Representational Arts), which he founded, and also represents an acronym for a major artist from the German Romanticism movement, Caspar David Friedrich. CADAF's intense images of nature on exhibit at Giudecca 795 seem to approach the "sublime landscapes of Self" by this solitary and intellectual Romantic painter.

    The encounter between mankind and nature is the subject of CADAF's latest works: paintings on wood (modern icons of meditation) and oils on canvas (representing deep emotional and sensory relationships). By representing the natural landscape, the Artist aims to eliminate a boundary, and the way in which he mixes colours to obtain something similar to Nature creates a sense of contact that is nearly miraculous.

    The scenery is often a forest through which CADAF takes a personal and dreamlike inner path; his loneliness evokes sensations in which everyone can recognise themselves. The Artist represents himself as alone and thoughtful, and his sensitivity immerses itself in natural landscapes whose spaces he modifies to recreate images of inner life using writing that overlaps trees, clouds, and rivers.

    The literary texts chosen by CADAF, integrated with his thoroughly personal written language, are the background for the symbols representing a landscape that blends surrealism and realism, painting and poetry.