San Sperate – 4 maggio – 30 giugno 2019 Esposizione
Over 400 pieces of contemporary art are hidden in the streets of San Sperate, an open-air museum that can be visited freely 365 days a year. Wall paintings, sculptures, site-specific installations--even the roads themselves are painted. The colorful landscape is continuously evolving.
The “Giardino Sonoro “ (Sound Garden) is an open-air museum created by the artist Pinuccio Sciola, inside a citrus fruit plot. It’s a charming place where art and nature are harmonized in an indissoluble blend. There you can admire a sort of retrospective artwork created by the brilliant mind of a world-famous sculptor, showcasing his artistic career.
The concentration of artists and craftsmen is quite impressive for a small village such as San Sperate. Some scientific observers are doing research about unique properties of the tap water or volatile substances in the air of San Sperate. All kidding aside, the quality of the work is very high. Following some of those in the business that are open to show their artworks to visitors.