Peggy Guggenheim collection.

Whilst in Venice, we popped along to the Peggy Guggenheim collection.

Here’s some snaps.


Below is Femme qui marche – Alberto Giacometti.

Next are two satirical comic strips, produced to publicise Picasso’s outraged position against the senselessness and horror of war. They were originally designed to be mass produced as postcards.

Eyes in the Heat – Jackson Pollock

Alexander Calder – Silver Bedhead
As you can see from the photo, Peggy Guggenheim really did use this as her own bed head in the house.

The bed head was beautiful – I loved this dragonfly.

Pipe, verre, bouteille de Vieux Marc – Pablo Picasso

This next piece would look at home in most London creative agencies…
Changing place, changing time, changing thoughts, changing future – Maurizio Nannucci

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