Events & Experiences
What we do
“Venice, the Jews and Europe”. The Doge's Apartments, Palazzo Ducale
This year the Ghetto of Venice turns 500 on 29 March and the city marks the anniversary with several events highlighting Jewish culture. All the events aim to recount the story of a place that made the word “ghetto” a household name in many languages, and communicate the cultural and artistic contribution the Venetian Jewish community was able to impart despite the restrictive conditions imposed on it.
Helmut Newton at Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice. Fascinating insights into the world of the great photographer of timeless elegance
Itineraries and tours
Helmut Newton’s photography influenced the visual culture of an epoch. He was the first to get fashion shoots out of the studio and into real world locations, the city, the streets, portraying beautiful, often completely unclothed, women. His erotically charged images were meant to evoke, provoke, and seduce, presenting a new woman, one that was way beyond the cultural models of the 1970s.
Aldo Manuzio alle Gallerie dell’Accademia di Venezia, a journey through the most beautiful books in the world, the perfect combination of vision, creativity and style.
Aldus’s works, on display at the Galleries until June 19, show a perfect harmony of style, creativity and content. It is a journey through beautiful books with elegant, sophisticated forms and very accurate texts. It is no surprise that they are considered among the most beautiful in the world!
The wine roads of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia: a journey through culture, beauty and good food
Itineraries and tours
The beauty of the "wine roads" and their breathtaking scenery have inspired our new program of itineraries. But this is just the start. We feel so passionate about it that we are preparing a journey into the heart of wine culture.
Venice Hospitality Challenge
The second edition of the Venice Hospitality Challenge Regatta took place in St.Mark’s Basin, and saw the participation of 8 Maxi Yachts among the top ranking Barcolana 2015 racing sailboats, each flying the colours of one of the Venetian luxury hotels.
Andrea Schiavone at the Correr Museum
The first monographic exhibition dedicated to the innovative style of this Dalmatian artist, admired by the great masters of his time - Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese – whose works were part of the collections of the most important European courts from 1500 to 1900. 140 works from all over the world and from highly prestigious provenances.
Graphics & Creativity