Summer 2019 Newsletter
Including the Casa Goldoni marionettes project, Torcello progress, Bellini triptych Appeal, Canton Synagogue terrazzo floor, new awards for GeM and City & Guilds of London Art School. More >


New Appeal for Jacopo, Giovanni & Gentile Bellini Nativity Triptych
Launching a new appeal for £55,000 for the conservation of this Nativity Triptych in the Accademia Galleries. More >


Torcello project starts as Appeal target reached
Thank you to all those who have so generously supported the £100,000 Torcello Iconostasis Appeal in memory of John Julius Norwich. More >


The 15cBooktrade Project - Venice and the Printing R-Evolution exhibition
This exhibition at the Museo Correr has now closed More >


Peter Boizot, founder of Pizza Express and inspired fundraiser for Venice in Peril, has died aged 89
Peter Boizot, who founded Pizza Express in 1965 devised a way for his customers to hear about the fragility of Venice through buying his pizza Veneziana. More >


Christmas Cards 2018 - SOLD OUT
Adoration of the Shepherds, 1576-81, by Tintoretto from the Sala Capitolare at Scuola Grande di San Rocco More >


Venice Book List
Support Venice in Peril by buying books from a new Venice list at John Sandoe Bookshop.The Fund will receive 10% of any purchases made through John Sandoe (Books) Ltd website. More >


Royal Academy Friends: Reader Offer
For all enquiries about the RA Magazine Reader Offer please contact info@veniceinperil.org or 020 7736 6891. More >


Summer 2018 Newsletter
Read the Summer Newsletter online More >


Venice in Peril is looking for a new Treasurer
VIP is looking for a Treasurer to join its Trustee Board More >


We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of John Julius Norwich, our founding Chairman,
who worked tirelessly for Venice in Peril for more than forty years. More >


Updated Privacy Policy May 2018
To comply with new GDPR legislation that comes into force on 25 May 2018, Venice in Peril has updated its Privacy Policy. More >


SOLD OUT - Charles I and his Venetian Paintings with Sheila Hale
This lecture on 24 January is now sold out. More >


Winter Newsletter 2017/18
Read the Winter Newsletter online More >


VIP supports Accademia Bicentenary
Venice in Peril Fund is delighted to support 'Canova, Hayez, Cicognara - L'Ultima Gloria di Venezia', showing until 2 April 2018 More >


Summer 2017 Newsletter
Summer 2017 Newsletter now available to read online More >


Successful Appeal for £25,000 to help buy 'Hope' panel by Vasari
Thank you to all who contributed to this Appeal towards the purchase of the final panel of Giorgio Vasari's ceiling painted in 1541-2 for the Ca' Corner Spinelli? More >


Restoring Venice - Church of the Madonna dell'Orto
Available to purchase online. More >


Summer Newsletter 2016
Available to view online with latest news of conservation projects More >


'Aldo Manuzio Renaissance in Venice' at the Accademia Galleries until 19 June
This acclaimed exhibition is part of the project to relaunch and reopen the exhibition spaces on the ground floor of the Accademia - so if you are in Venice don't miss it. Venice in Peril Fund has More >


Winter 2015 Newsletter
The Winter 2015/16 Newsletter is now available to view online More >


Madonna della Candeletta (detail) after 1490, tempera and gold on panel by Carlo Crivelli More >


Summer 2015 Newsletter
The Summer 2015 Newsletter is now available to view online More >


Winter 2014 Newsletter
Our Winter 2014 newsletter is now available to read online More >


Christmas cards 2014
2014 Christmas Cards More >


Summer Newsletter 2014
The Summer Newsletter 2014 is available to read online here. More >


Favini Alga Carta
Paper made by Favini from excess algal blooms is now used by the Venice in Peril Fund More >


Conservation work has started on the Winged Figure with Elephant
Conservation of this stone sculpture in the courtyard off Piazza san Marco has now begun and will take five months to complete. More >


Go-ahead for Canova Monument
Conservation of the damaged Neo-Classical pyramid built by Canova's pupils in 1827 to proceed! More >


Winged Figure with Elephant: Stonework Conservation
The Fund is seeking to raise £10,000 for the conservation of this intriguing statue. More >


Out Now 'Venice, Poetry of Place' anthology
Buy this special edition and support the work of the Venice in Peril Fund More >


Canova Rezzonico Lions
Antonio Canova's plaster casts of two crouching lions More >


Cappella Zen
A project to clean and conserve three reliefs in the Cappella Zen More >


State Archives: monumental gateway
The State Archives occupy much of what previously formed the Franciscan monastery of the Frari More >


Venice in Peril restores clay models by Canova
The bozzetti form part of a small but elegant exhibition about the Accademia's holdings of Canova. The exhibition runs until the end of August 2012 in the Accademia, Venice. More >


Letter to Venice in Peril from Il Comitato No Grandi Navi A Venezia
The damage caused by the passage of cruise ships is enormous, and much of it still has to be measured More >


A Sinking Feeling
Venice is at a critical point between its history and future. More >


PizzaExpress raises £2 million for Venice through a partnership initiated by Peter Boizot in 1975
PizzaExpress remains a major contributing benefactor to Venice in Peril More >


Paolo Costa, president of the Venice Port Authority, agrees to alternative route into Venice for cruise ships
The wreck of the Costa Concordia has focused political attention on the risk potentially posed to Venice by its cruise ship traffic. More >


Shocking facts about cruise ships in Venice
Number of vast cruise ships sailing through Venice trebles over 10 years More >


Venice's Bridge of Sighs unveiled following controversial restoration project
Venice's Bridge of Sighs has been been unveiled after a three-year, 2.8 million euro (£2.4 million) restoration More >


Team Venice in Peril gets a private tour of Venice
with Andrew Graham Dixon More >


Ugly new bridge over the Grand Canal vetoed by Rome
Venice has had a lucky escape More >


Venice in Peril Internship 2011
Tim Ritson awarded the 2011 Venice in Peril Internship More >


Lady Clarke talks to 'Vatican Radio'
Ahead of the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Venice, Lady Clarke, President of Venice in Peril discusses More >


Mega-ads must go, says new Minister of Culture
"Tourists should not have to see such a spectacle" More >


Tourists to contribute to cost of Venice
A new draft law would impose a charge on the 17.5m visitors a year More >


Minister promises to tighten up on mega-ads
Italian Minister of Culture issues statement in reaction to the Venice in Peril petition More >


Lady Clarke named culture ambassador of the Regione del Veneto
Lady Clarke had been named amabassador for the culture of the Veneto region at an international workshop on tourism. More >


Thank you to Lincoln College Ball 2010
Venice in Peril is delighted to be the recipient of this year's Lincoln College ball charitable support. Carnevale di Venezia 2010 May Ball took place on 8 May. Students throughout Oxford flocked to t More >


Wolfgang Wolters' introduction to Francesco Trovo's book about building restoration in Venice
Francesco Trovò has written two books in one. The first is shorter and summarizes "planning in Venice through Special Laws and Town Plans" (chapters 1 and 2); the second uses Venice City Council's "Pa More >


Association of the Private Committees Resolution October 2009
Venice in Peril belongs to the Association of Private Committees for the Protecdtion of Venice. At its annual general meeting on 22-23 October, Venice in Peril tabled the following motion, which was s More >


Chairman's Response to Port Authority's Attack
Paolo Costa, president of the Venetian Port Authority, has accused the Venice in Peril Fund, of which I am chairman, of "sciacallaggio pseudo-scientifico" (pseudo-scientific profiteering) for having d More >


The Venice Report
Venice is at a crossroads: choices now could be decisive, for good or for very bad More >


What prospects for Venice at a time of financial crisis?
Anna Somers Cocks on the flooding in Venice More >


Huge ads deface St Mark's Square
For the first time in history, the Grand Canal and St Mark's Square are carrying huge advertisements and the agencies are cashing in. More >


Venice is becoming a city of mega-advertising but outsiders are making the real money
The well known economist, John Kay, who took part in the Venice in Peril Debate about expenditure on Venice in 2006 and who recently won the new Istituto Veneto Prize for outstanding journalism about More >
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