11 Jul LAND ART
The Land Art at Bortolomiol ended, a new way to enhance the hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene through a project that aims to combine art with wine.
On the occasion of the celebrations for the 70th anniversary of its foundation, Bortolomiol selected the artist Susken Rosenthal from over 300 nominations, giving life to the first edition of the artist’s residence, curated by Current Corporate, in the heart of Valdobbiadene and Prosecco Superiore, at inside the Parco della Filandetta.
Feminine sensitivity, sensorial experience and aesthetic of the territory are key words that identify the Female Land Artist Wanted project, a project that wants to emphasize the importance of women’s participation in business leadership through one of the art forms that most allowed the women to emerge in the art world.
The project officially opened to the public on June 13 with the presentation of the artwork Cocoon, by Susken Rosenthal.