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After seeing the Helmut Newton Exhibit in Venice, make a trip to Prosecco country

10/06/2016

You have until August 7, 2016 to see one of the most incredible photography collections at the “Casa dei Tre Oci” Foundation in Venice. Photography fans and followers of the arts will not want to miss this exhibition of Helmut Newton photography entitled “White Women / Sleepless Nights / Big Nudes,” named for his three books of photography published between 1978 and 1981. The exhibition, which includes over 200 images, chronologically summarizes the repertoire of this master of contemporary iconography.

Newton is best known for the influence his work has had on fashion photography, poised between fashion and art, elegance and provocation, leaving the viewer to interpret the images according to his or her personal sensitivity. His pictures are far from the classic documentary reportage: every detail is carefully studied, the play of light and shadow always perfectly calibrated.

The exhibition of this master of style, destined to leave a lasting imprint in the collective imagination, has been designed and installed with the cooperation of the Helmut Newton Foundation, which is responsible for managing and promoting the work of photographer after his death in 2004.

Every summer Venice offers countless opportunities for cultural and artistic exploration; and it’s also a great time of year to make an excursion inland, along the picturesque routes of Prosecco Road, through the rolling hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. Visit the charming village of Col San Martino with its medieval towers Credazzo, showing the historic presence of the Lombard people, who seem to still watch over the estate vineyards of Follador family. It is these towers which give the name to our prestigious Cuvée. To alternate modern art with centuries of tradition will make your stay in these lands unforgettable.