Artists and artworks

The contributions of artists, coming from Italy and abroad, have enriched Gavi’s territory favoring a critical reflection on the landscape and nature.

Art, culture and territory

From Remo Salvadori, who was invited for the inauguration of Fondazione La Raia in 2013, to the Korean artist Koo Jeong A. with OUSSSER, from Michael Beutler with his colorful BALES 2014/2017 and Oak Barrel Baroque in 2021, a work inspired by the architecture of Palladio, built with wooden beams and staves from barriques at the end of their life cycle, to Cosimo Veneziano with project BIOMEGA at Tenuta Cucco, and also Francesco Jodice with his manifold project dedicated to Gavi, and Adrien Missika, whose Palazzo delle Api received a special mention from Fondazione d’Impresa (Enterprise Foundation), and Tami Izko with  her Inventory, a chamber of wonders that takes inspiration from La Raia’s biodiversity: the artists who have collaborated with Fondazione La Raia have left a tangible mark of their vision on the landscape, which you are invited to discover.

Tami Izko

Tami Izko uses chalk casts to reproduce porcelain and gres moulds. Through this process she remodels pre-existing places, creating a constellation of objects extracted from their context, reinterpreting them to create a new personal space.

Michael Beutler

Michael Beutler is a German artist famous for his large sculpture installations created with simple cheap materials linked to craftmanship.

Cosimo Veneziano

Cosimo Veneziano’s activity is characterized by a long research and several workshops on archive reading and is focused on the development of sculptures and drawings in a close correlation with the places that inspired them.

Francesco Jodice

In his artistic search Francesco Jodice examines the changes in the current social landscape, with a close attention to urban anthropology phenomena and to the creation of new participation processes.

Adrien Missika

Using different media, drawing and photography, videos and sculpture and even immersive installations, Adrien Missika narrates his experience in far-away places in distant corners of the world. Like a new travel painter, Missika in his works eliminates the distinction between reality and fiction.

Koo Jeong A.

Koo Jeong A. mainly deals with the creation of spaces. The most important aim of her interventions is “giving a soul to space”.

Remo Salvadori

Remo Salvadori is an exponent of the generation that came after the current of Poor and Conceptual Art. In his works he develops a new concept and expression of the artwork, experiencing art as a revelation.