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Tickets for Mario De Biasi exhibition - Casa dei Tre Oci Venice

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Book and buy tickets for the photographic exhibition “Mario De Biasi. Photographs 1947-2003 ”at the Casa dei Tre Oci. This house-museum is one of the most sought after cradles of art and photography in Venice; it currently hosts 256 works by Mario De Biasi, one of the most famous and internationally appreciated Italian photographers.

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Live an engaging experience at the Casa dei Tre Oci. Embrace emotion in Mario De Biasi's photographic exhibition, in the simplest and most convenient way. Buy your tickets online thanks to the free App, so you can skip the queue and have priority access to the Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice, at an exclusive price!

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The Casa dei Tre Oci

Across the Grand Canal from Piazza San Marco, located on the fascinating island of Giudecca, Casa dei Tre Oci is one of the magical and secret places of Venice. This iconic place in Venice represents an exciting and spectacular example of neo-Gothic Venetian architecture; it was designed by Mario De Maria and finished in 1913. Declared a monument of historical and cultural interest in 2007, since 2012 it has been the cultural hub of the most sought-after exhibitions and performances in Venice. The exhibition is open until 9 January 202: do not miss the opportunity to admire the photographic exhibition dedicated to the career of Mario De Biasi, in the splendid setting of the Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice.

As of August 6, 2021, all visitors (but for children under 12 years old and visitors who are exempt from it) must present an EU Covid Certificate (Green Pass) to access all museums and concerts. An EU Covid Certificate (Green Pass) is proof that a person has either been vaccinated against Covid-19, or received the first dose of a vaccine requiring two, or recovered from Covid-19, or received a negative PCR or rapid antigen test result in the previous 48 hours. Visitors must present a valid ID together with the certificate.

  • Water Bus / Vaporetto Stop – Zitelle
  • Lines: 2, 4.1, 4.2, 5.2, 8
  • From Santa Lucia Station or Piazzale Roma – Take vaporetto 2 or 4.1
  • From the Biennale or Piazza San Marco take vaporetto 4.1 or 5.2

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Everyday 10am – 7pm (closed on Tuesdays)

Buy your tickets from the MyPass Venezia App for the absolute best price. Take Advantage of your ACTV Public Transport Ticket and take the quick ride over to Giudecca to enjoy one of the gems of the Venetian Lagoon. Have a Chorus Churches ticket? Visit the spectacular Chiesa del Santissimo Redentore while you’re in Giudecca. It’s less than a 10 minute walk from the Casa dei Tre Oci. Savor the views of Venice and Saint Mark’s Square and from the upstairs windows. Many visitors return to the Casa dei Tre Oci because new exhibitions of high caliber are always being shown here.

Mario De Biasi. Fotografie 1947-2003
from May 13, 2021 to January 9, 2022
The exhibition is dedicated to one of the greatest Italian photographers, tireless storyteller in the world, Mario De Biasi.

Do you want to know more about the current photographic exhibition? 
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Jacques Henri Lartigue. The invention of happiness. Photos
Ended January 10, 2021
The largest retrospective ever made in Italy, dedicated to the French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986), curated by Marion Perceval and Charles-Antoine Revol.

Ferdinando Scianna. Travel Tale Memory.
Ended February 16, 2020
The exhibition, curated by Denis Curti, Paola Bergna and Alberto Bianda, retraced over 50 years of the Sicilian photographer’s career, through 180 black and white works, divided into three major themes – Journey, Tale, Memory.

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