The “Back to the nature” exhibition, curated by Costantino D’Orazio, is back for its second edition, transforming Villa Borghese into an open-air museum.
As in the first edition, inaugurated by “State of Matter”, an installation curated by Andreco, this year the theme of the bond between man and nature will remain at the heart of the exhibition project. After having been distant again for so long, now is the time to reconnect with it, thinking of “nature as art”.
An exhibition that will transform Villa Borghese, the fourth largest public park in Rome, into an open-air museum, where contemporary art will merge and enter into harmony with nature.
The artists involved are Loris Cecchini, Leandro Erlich, Giuseppe Gallo, Marzia Migliora, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Pietro Ruffo, Tomas Saraceno, Marinella Senatore and the Accademie di Aracne and the exhibition is on view through July 25.
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The exhibition mainly involves the Parco dei Daini and the Piazza di Siena area with a series of works that invite visitors to rediscover the garden spaces in a contemporary way.
From the spectacular installation by Leandro Erlich, who plays on the thin line between possible and impossible to the elements by Loris Cecchini that embrace and multiply the branches of a tree, up to Marinella Senatore who has designed a platform on which to perform: Villa Borghese will be transformed into an even more unique place.
A place where visitors will experience the correspondence between the contemporary sign, the architecture of the park and the plants that inhabit it.