L’Unione Giovani Artisti all’Esposizione di Ca’ Pesaro del 1919
After the break sets from World War I, the exhibition activity of the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation restarts in 1919 with the Exhibition of Ca’ Pesaro. The UGA (Unione Giovani Artisti), a group of Venetian artists who wanted to encourage young people in their uneasy reintegration into the cultural and artistic environment of the city, also took part in this important exhibition. UGA, which has a very short history, is linked to the birth, or better rebirth, of the Venetian Artistic Circle that still operates in Venice.
Keywords: Exhibition of Ca’ Pesaro • Venetian Artistic Circle • Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa • Venetian artists • Venetian contemporary art