reopening to the public

reopening to the public

 

The Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice reopens after the Coronavirus emergency with the largest retrospective ever organized in Italy, dedicated to the French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986).

The exhibition, initially scheduled from 4 March to 12 June 2020, but open only a few days due to the measures to contain the infection from Covid-19, will be held from 11 July 2020 to 10 January 2021.

To celebrate the reopening, on Saturday 11 July, the exhibition will be open with a free admission, from 2.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
In July and August, you can visit the venue from Friday to Sunday, from 11 to 19, paying only the special reduced ticket (€ 9,00 instead of 13).

YOUR VISIT IS SAFE
In recent months we have worked to guarantee maximum safety. Access to the exhibition is contingent, in compliance with current safety regulations, with some prescriptions, such as the use of the mask, the safety distance of at least 1 meter, the obligation to sanitize hands at the entrance and inside of the exhibition rooms, thanks to the sanitizing dispensers placed in several points of the house. Through the contribution of the staff and the appropriate signs, you will have all the information necessary to comply with the rules of conduct described.