On the occasion of the celebrations for the 1600th anniversary of the birth of Venice, Palazzo Vendramin Grimani – the 18th-century residence of humanist Doge Pietro Grimani – has opened to the public. Inside the precious 16th-century building on the Grand Canal visitors will be accompanied on a journey through the paintings of the Grimani Albero d’Oro family collections, as well as unpublished photographs by Patrick Tourneboeuf, which tell the story of the palace before and after the work.