David Tremlett - Relais San Maurizio

1 min   |   Feature

To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the monastery of the Relais San Maurizio, British artist David Tremlett returned to the Langhe with a site-specific project, "Wall Drawing for OPEN SPACE", conceived uniquely for the evocative spaces of the Chapel of Relais San Maurizio, in Santo Stefano Belbo, a structure that encompasses four centuries of history, as well as the first Relais & Chateau residence in Piedmont.⠀

 

With this project, created in collaboration with Noire Gallery, the Gallo Foundation and the Relais San Maurizio consolidate their commitment to promoting the cultural and architectural heritage of the Langhe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is in fact the artist’s third permanent intervention in the Langhe, after the Cappella del Barolo (1999) in La Morra and the Chiesetta tra le vigne (2017) in Coazzolo.⠀

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