Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Art Park | Guarene

Parco d'Arte Sandretto Re Rebaudengo

Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Art Park | Guarene
Opening: June 5 2021, from 6.30 pm

Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Art Park on the San Licerio Hill in Guarene, is a place, with free entry, where Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo presents outdoor installations, among the rows of a Nebbiolo vineyard, willows, oaks and the wild greenery of an ancient wood. The park was designed by the landscape architects Lorenzo Rebediani and Vera Scaccabarozzi and is inspired by the mosaic of tiles of the fields, the hazelnut groves and the vineyards that are all around it. The installations are created by recognized artists, both in the Italian and in the international scene. The sculptures compose a panorama and trace an actual orientation system, inviting visitors to look close and far, to know, to ignite the imagination, to invent and to tell stories.

In addition to the sculpture by Paul Kneale (presented in 2019), there are installations by Ludovica Carbotta, Carsten Holler, Wilhelm Mundt, Manuele Cerutti and Mark Handforth. In October the Foundation will present a new site-specific intervention by Marguerite Humeau.

Artists (permanent artworks): Ludovica Carbotta, Manuele Cerutti, Carsten Höller, Mark Handforth, Paul Kneale, Wilhelm Mundt

CO₂ reduction inside the Art Park
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo has always been committed to protecting the environment, also through the solid partnership with Asja Ambiente, an international group that has been operating in the field of renewable energy and environmental sustainability for over 25 years. Specifically, Asja, with the CO₂ reduction platform, initiated the planting of over 2,500 trees within the Art Park. The planted species, all native species, will contribute to the consolidation of the land, to the safety of the exhibition paths, and will sequester the excess of CO₂ present in the air.

Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Art Park | San Licerio Hill, Viale Bouillargues 34, Guarene

Free admission

www.parcoarte.fsrr.org