A by big na­mes, for an open-air mu­seum in whi­ch a pavilion by – SI­TE be­co­mes a mul­ti­func­tio­nal fulcrum

10-hec­ta­re park wi­th art installations the American ar­chi­tect Ja­mes Wines

Interni - - LOOKING AROUND - Lamp Dog, Think Green. Cam­po Ex­pan­di­do Olivia Cremascoli

En­vi­ron­ment in New York in 1970, a pro­ject that com­bi­nes art, en­vi­ron­ment and ar­chi­tec­tu­re. Fon­da­zio­ne Pie­tro Ros­si­ni, un­der the artistic di­rec­tion of Fran­ce­sca Gue­ri­so­li, pre­sen­ts a pro­gram of ex­hi­bi­tions and ini­tia­ti­ves from 1 April to 1 No­vem­ber, con­nec­ted wi­th the ar­tists in the per­ma­nent col­lec­tion, whi­le al­so fo­cu­sing on the pro­mo­tion of contemporary art and art edu­ca­tion. This year Ros­si­ni Art Si­te has in­tro­du­ced a par­tial reor­ga­ni­za­tion of the col­lec­tion, whe­re the pro­ta­go­ni­st is ma­de in 2000 by Den­nis Op­pe­n­heim at the near­by ho­me of the Al­ber­to Ros­si­ni’s fa­mi­ly; on 13 May the si­te will in­stall by Ray­mun­do Se­sma; and on 17-18 Ju­ne wee­kend the­re will be a fe­sti­val en­ti­tled

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