In Meolo, a photographic exhibition to explain the historical bond between the city and the Serenissima

21 September 2021

Venice, 16th September 2021 – 60 shots that prove the bond between Venice and the Municipality of Meolo. The idea of a photographic exhibition set up inside the evocative frame of the XV century Venetian Villa, Ca’ Cappello, and realized on the occasion of Venice's birthday. David Tsaga, artist of Georgian origins, will tell to the public the history of the cultural bond between the municipality of Meolo and the Serenissima, through unpublished pictures focused on two subjects only: Meolo and Venice. The traces of the historical bond between the two Venetian cities is an ode to Venice for its 1600 years of history. 

Open on September 17 at 18.30, the photographic exhibition can be visited in one of the most beautiful municipality seat of the whole Veneto region in the following days: Saturday, September 18-25 from 10 to 12 and from 16 to 20.30, Sunday September 19-26 from 10.00 to 12.00 and from 16.00 to 20.30 and Wednesday, September 22nd from 9 to 12. 

At the end of the exhibition it will be possible to take part to some guided visits inside Palazzo Cappello to admire the internal halls and the unique frescoes of the villa, such as the extraordinary Rota Fortunae. Reservation is mandatory at: or 0421 61018.