Much (salt) water has flown under the Rialto Bridge since its construction in 1591. Standing on top of 12,000 invisible wooden poles, built out of large blocks of very resistant white limestone, the stubborn structure is the symbol of Venice as one of the greatest trading centers of the past [...] Read more >  THE RIALTO BRIDGE SOON BACK TO ITS SPLENDOR   The Schulhof Collection is the most prestigious bequest in the history of the Guggenheim Museum in Venice and the testimony of a long-term friendship with Peggy. She met Hannelore and Rudolph Schulhof in the garden of her house, in the late 50's/early 60's, while they were questioning about a [...] Read more >  THE NEW SCHULHOF COLLECTION AT THE GUGGENHEIM   After an absence of over twelve months, Alchemy by Jackson Pollock returns to the Collection where it has been on display since 1949. The exhibition aims at documenting the processes required for the examination, cleaning and conservation of the painting,  together with the [...] Read more >  Pollock's Alchemy rediscovered. At the Guggenheim until April 6th
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