The visit continues in the gallery’s gardens, where art competes with nature to be in the spotlight. Two flower gardens, one in front, the other behind the gallery, offer a unique artistic and sensorial venue. From the oniric sculptures by Italian Ugo Riva to the blue and gold futuristic ant by Moreno, via flamboyant horses by Frédéric Jager and then Vestige, the gigantic iron face by Mauro Corda.
As the days and seasons go by, nature changes and modifies the ambiance of the garden. Thus, from one visit to the next, the experience is never the same. Whether poetic, romantic, eccentric or disturbing, new works appear and animate the space with their personality.