Opening of the De Biasi exhibition


The exhibition “Mario De Biasi. Photographs 1947-2003" will open to the public of the Casa dei Tre Oci from Thursday 13 May 2021 until 9 January 2022!



We will be open every day except Tuesday, from 11 to 19.

Timetables and rates updated here



The entrance to the exhibition is limited and the flows will be managed according to the regulations in force, so in the moments of greater turnout it will be necessary to wait a few minutes before entering, booking is recommended but not mandatory.

We recommend purchasing the ticket online on the TicketOne platform to ensure entry and avoid any queue. It is possible to do it at this link

YOUR VISIT IS SAFE! In recent months we have worked to guarantee you maximum safety. Access to the exhibition is limited, in compliance with current safety regulations, with some prescriptions, such as the use of a mask, a safety distance of at least 1 meter, the obligation to sanitize your 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 behavior described.

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While waiting for the opening, keep following us on our social channels! Every day we will reveal unpublished details and unmissable curiosities about Mario De Biasi and the retrospective dedicated to him, waiting to discover it live together soon!

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