Henraux Marble in San Miniato

The monumentality of the Henraux Collection

The monumentality of the Henraux Collection met, during these past winter months, the medieval charm of the squares, monuments and plasterwork of San Miniato, in a collective exhibition en plein air of marble sculptures, the work of contemporary artists, both Italian and international: Fabio Viale, Mattia Bosco, Giovanni Manganelli, Francesca Pasquali, Daniele Guidugli, Mikayel Ohanjanyan, Kim De Ruysscher, Park Eun Sun and Helidon Xhixha.

In a joint interview we asked Paolo Carli, the President of Henraux, and Vittorio Gabbanini, the Mayor of the City of San Miniato, to describe the project that installed the collection of works of the Versilian Foundation - growing, with each consecutive edition of the Biennale Award for sculpture - in the historic centre of the Tuscan village, transforming it into an expansive museum of contemporary sculpture.

The exhibition gave birth to a historical-artistic journey, from antiquity to the future and in which it housed timeless beauty.

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