Vogue magazine will display photographs and illustrations from the Condé Nast archives at Palazzo Grassi, François Pinault’s art museum and theater on the Grand Canal in Venice next year.
The event, called Chronorama, will feature more than 400 works published between 1910 and 1979, in Vogue, Vanity Fair, House & Garden, Glamour, GQ, and other Condé Nast titles.
The images helped to define the look, feel, and tastes of the 20th century, the magazine states.
The artists represented include Cecil Beaton, Edward Steichen, Lee Miller, Horst P. Horst, Diane Arbus, Irving Penn, Helmut Newton, Eduardo Garcia Benito, Helen Dryden, and George Wolfe Plank.
Matthieu Humery, the Pinault Collection’s photography consultant, has also directed “Chronorama Redux,” a project in which four contemporary artists—Tarrah Krajnak of Peru, Giulia Andreani of Italy, Daniel Spivakov of Ukraine, and Eric N. Mack of the United States—were assigned to create new works inspired by the old.
Chronorama will run from March 23, 2023 into the following January.