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Chianti Sculpture Park
by Laura Tansini

Pievasciata is a small village of no more than 200 inhabitants, located 12 kilometers from Siena in Chianti country. Home to a fine 12th-century church, the town also hosts a more contemporary attraction, Piero Giadrossi’s Parco Sculture del Chianti. At the Chianti Sculp­ture Park, which is not really a park in the sense of a designed, manicured landscape, the sculptures are spread out and hidden in a forest that is still as wild as it was when Giadrossi bought the land. The exploration of this untamed woodland makes the search for art particularly fascinating.

Kemal Tufan, The Keel
Volcanic lava, 8 meters long.


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