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Villa Carlotta is located in Tremezzo on Lake Como, Italy. Overlooking the shores of Lake Como. The site was built in the late-17th century by Marquis Giorgio Clerici of Milan. In 1801 Villa Carlotta was sold by Caterina Bigli Clerici, the last descendant of the noble Milanese family, to Giovanni Battista Sommariva, at the time President of the Governing Committee of the Cisalpine Republic.
Today, Villa Carlotta is a museum, whose collection includes works by sculptors such as Antonio Canova, Bertel Thorvaldsen, and Giovanni Migliara and furniture pieces from Princess Charlotte of Sachsen-Meiningen. It is surrounded by breathtaking botanical gardens overlooking Lake Como that highlight the original structure and features of Villa Carlotta.
Museum of Contemporary Art opens “Morterone. Natura Arte Poesia,” an exhibition with works by international artists belonging to different generations, opening June 26.
“Miniartextil,” is the historic Como event dedicated to fiber art, currently celebrating its 30th edition through July 18, 2021.
Rossini Art Site is a 10-hectare sculpture park nestled on top of Brianza hills in the green heart of the Lambro Valley.
G/ART/EN is presenting the dual exhibition, “DE/CONSTRUCTION,” featuring works by Sarah Loibl and Stan Van Steendam, on view through July 31.
Galleria Ramo presents a two person show, “Risky Hardware”, featuring the works of Hyun Cho and Nicolò Masiero Sgrinzatto, on view through July 25.