The Garden of the Laurels

The Garden of the Laurels

Il Giardino dei Lauri is the space dedicated to contemporary art created by the Neapolitan collectors Angela and Massimo Lauro to exhibit part of their personal collection, currently comprising about 300 works.

The Lauro Collection - born in 1990 with the first acquisitions of Conceptual Art and then enriched with the most significant names of the Neo-Geo, Post human movements and the great authors of American photography - welcomes the works of the major protagonists of the national and international contemporary art scene , representing as a whole an extraordinary narrative path through the most current research in the field of visual arts.

With the same dose of passion, curiosity and intuition that guided him in his choices, Massimo Lauro is now making their most recent acquisitions available to the public - in a fascinating industrial building surrounded by greenery on the border between Umbria and Tuscany -: over 70 works. of the most representative new generation talents, mostly from Italy, the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland and Poland, who document the expressive evolution and technical experimentation of recent years.

A dynamic exhibition space, Il Giardino dei Lauri is also a non-profit association which, through a continuous activity of commissions and new acquisitions, but also by hosting artistic projects and performances and organizing events in outdoor spaces, intends to develop its vocation as an important driving force. international for a contemporary culture throughout the Umbrian and Tuscan territory.


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Vocabolo San Litardo, 36
06062 Città della Pieve


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