Museum of Modern Art
Venice is a city full of fun and frolic. It offers many things for visitors. Apart for its famous gondolas, this city is also famous all over the world for its museums. The Museum of Modern Art is one of them. Also known locally as the C’ Pesaro, this building that was converted into a civic museum in 1902, was closed for quite some time for restoration work, but it finally opened its doors to visitors on the 30th of November 2003. This museum is famous for its huge collection of art, inclusive of paintings, from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Visitors are overwhelmed by the collection of paintings by internationally renowned painters like Matisse, Klimt, Klee, Kandinsky, and Chagall. One can also find paintings by Italian artists like Gino Rossi, Viani, Vedova, and Nono.
Do not miss out on the restored works that are inclusive of famous works of art like friezes, marble work, and frescoes. Once the restoration work was completed, the display was re-arranged.
You shall find yourself at home in this museum because of its technologically advanced systems along with its modern public services that consists of a bar, a bookshop, and an elevator for the disabled.