Contemporary art in Rome. From September 15 to December 13, the park of Villa Borghese hosts Back to Nature, an outdoor exhibition project, with completely free admission.
One of the most famous and beloved historical parks in the Capital hosts a core of outdoor installations for the Back to Nature project, which can be visited from September 15 to December 13. Admission is free. These works have been created or reinvented for the occasion by internationally renowned artists such as Andreco, Mario Merz, Mimmo Paladino, Benedetto Pietromarchi, Davide Rivalta, Grazia Toderi, Edoardo Tresoldi, Nico Vascellari.
And that’s not all! Alongside these masterpieces surrounded by greenery in total harmony with the surrounding nature, musical performances and interventions by street artists take place.
The intent of each installation is to suggest a new attitude towards nature, characterized by a more respectful gaze and an attitude to lightness, capable of promoting a harmonious dialogue between art and nature.
Finally, Benedetto Pietromarchi will create a personal exhibition in the Carlo Bilotti Museum with works produced through some of the arboreal elements of Villa Borghese. The rest of the initiative will take place mainly in the Parco dei Daini and in the Piazza di Siena area, through a path that will invite visitors to rediscover the garden spaces in a contemporary way.
When: from 15th September to 13th December
Where: Villa Borghese – Piazzale Napoleone I, Rome
Price: free admission
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