Considering Cantagallo‘s municipality from an artistic point of view, we see how Luccicana represents its historical core. The open-air museum was inaugurated in 1984, counting 40 art-pieces, with the aim of finding a new identity after the bombing that destroyed multiple villages in the area. The collection include pieces of important artists such as Frank Burattin, Fertonani, Berti, Leonetto Tintori and Salvatore Cipolla.
W: Museo d’arte contemporanea a Luicciana – Cantagallo
Via Giuseppe Verdi 24, Luicciana, Italy