venice talks all'angelo art

 

In episode #39 Monica is talking to Renato Carrain, Venetian hotelier from All’ Angelo Art Hotel in Venice. All’ Angelo Art hotel is an hotel with a difference: art is at the forefront.For countless years, art has been the undisputed star of the Angelo Art Hotel: since 1924, in fact, it has been an art archive and home to important artists such as Matisse, Braque, Picasso, Pizzinato, Vedova, Guttuso, Santomaso (winner of the Biennale del 1954) and many others. The Hotel, which was later renovated over time, still retains many of their works and prints which can still be admired in the common areas and in the rooms where they are exhibited.With Renato we also talked about how Venice has changed and what steps whould be taken to help the city with over tourism.

Step into the artistic haven of Venice with our latest podcast episode, as we unravel the history of a place that has played muse to legendary artists, including the iconic Peggy Guggenheim. Join us on a virtual journey through the corridors of cultural richness, exploring the renowned space that has witnessed the footsteps of creative giants. Ready to be transported to the heart of artistic legacy? Tune in to our podcast now and let the stories of this historic haven, intertwined with the spirit of Peggy Guggenheim, paint a vivid canvas of inspiration.  Don’t miss out – listen today and immerse yourself in the timeless allure of Venice’s artistic tapestry!

You can find All’ Angelo Art Hotel at www.allangelo.it and all social medias as HotelAllAngelo

I hope you will enjoy our chat!

 

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