Arte Sella–hella!

“Arte Sella is a manifestation of international contemporary art, born in 1986, which takes place outdoors in the fields, in the woods of Val di Sella (town of Borgo Valsugana, in the province of Trento). Since the 1996 draft Arte Sella has developed along a forest road on the southern side of Mount Armentera: it is so outlined an ideal path called ArteNatura along which visitors can view the works at the same time enjoy the environmental particularities of place ( different types of forest, the presence of rocks, trees monumental …)
The event is not only qualified as exhibition of works of art, but also and above all as the creative process: the work is followed day by day in its growing intervention of the artist must express our relationship with nature based on respect , drawing from it inspiration and encouragement.
The works are generally three-dimensional, as obtained with rocks, leaves, branches or trunks; most are rarely used items, materials or artificial colors. At the closing of the event many works are abandoned to decay and fall within the life cycle of nature; other instead begin a path that leads in museums, art galleries, exhibition spaces in various Italy or abroad.”


You are here (You are here)
Tim Curtis Tim Curtis

Water Emergency
Maria Dompè Mary Dompè

Germination (Germination)
Gabriele Jardini Gabriele Jardini

Eira (Snowfall)
Gabriele Jardini Gabriele Jardini

The Spiral (The Spiral)
François Lelong François Lelong

Rudere (Ruins)
Urs Twellmann Urs Twellmann

di Matilde Grau Matilde Grau

Like a beehive, as an egg
di Steven Siegel Steven Siegel

di Thierry Teneul Thierry Teneul


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