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Palazzo Grassi e Punta Della Dogana Biglietti
Pinault Collection

Current exhibition

Bruce Nauman: Contrapposto Studies

The Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana is one of the most prestigious art exhibition centers in Venice located directly at the entrance of the stunning Grand Canal.

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Palazzo Grassi & Punta Della Dogana

Directly across from famous St. Mark’s Square at the entrance oof the Grand Canal, the Palazzo Grassi & Punta Della Dogana are iconic parts of the Venetian lagoon.

Punta della Dogana
BRUCE NAUMAN: CONTRAPPOSTO STUDIES 23 may 2021 – 09 january 2022
The exhibition in Venice is focused on a series of recent video installation that Nauman has developed in the last five years and are related to a single channel video from 1968, “Walk with Contrapposto.” The show includes a comprehensive survey of that series along with a number of earlier performances, installations and videos that provide the overall context for the recent work. From the 1960s to today, Bruce Nauman has constantly experimented with different artistic languages – from photography to performance, sculpture and video – to explore and mine their potentialities in a body of work that relentlessly explores the human condition while interrogating the very definition of what constitutes artistic practice.

From 23 May the Punta della Dogana exhibition spaces are open to the public every day except Tuesdays.

Hours:
10 am-7pm (last admission 6pm)

Prices:
Full € 15
Reduced € 12

We invite you to read the information below and to respect the precautions for the protection of yourself and other visitors. If you experience an altered body temperature or flu symptoms, stay home.

The maximum number of visitors allowed in the exhibition spaces is 250 people simultaneously for Palazzo Grassi and 300 people simultaneously for Punta della Dogana.

Access is contingent to ensure compliance with the number of visitors allowed. The online ticket office allows you to purchase the ticket by time slot.

Online ticket purchase is recommended. Tickets can be purchased on site based on availability and maximum capacity established by the new security rules.

The exhibition spaces are equipped with lockers for objects, regularly sanitized.

In order to protect the safety and health of visitors and staff, inside the exhibition spaces of Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana:

  • It is mandatory to maintain an interpersonal distance of at least 1 meter.
  • It is mandatory to wear a mask, except for children under 6 years old and people with disabilities that are not compatible with the continued use of the mask.
  • It is mandatory that the visit takes place in compliance with the established routes and the indications provided by the signs and information materials present in the spaces and provided by the staff.
  • It is recommended to wash your hands frequently, using the alcohol-based sanitizing solutions available in the dispensers at the entrance and along the exhibition paths

Guided tours can be organized for groups of up to 12 people, plus a guide.
The cultural mediators will be present at the following times: 11-13; 15-17.

The maximum number of visitors present at the bookshop at the same time is 10 people for Palazzo Grassi and 8 people for the Punta della Dogana bookshop.
In bookshops it is mandatory to wear a mask.

Palazzo Grassi guarantees the daily and repeated sanitation of the toilets according to the standards established by current regulations.
In toilets it is mandatory to wear a mask.
Disinfectant gel dispensers are available in the toilets.

The cafés of Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana are temporarily closed to the public.

Palazzo Grassi for maintenance works will reopen after the summer.

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