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"Andiamo" Alpine Art Graffiti von REDL

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«Andiamo!», the first Alpine Art Graffiti by REDL, symbolises the Parc Ela and shows the importance of rock and stone for the coexistence between man and nature.

"Andiamo" Alpine Art Graffiti von REDL

Julierstrasse 40, 7457 Bivio

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The mountain landscape of Parc Ela was created over millions of years of geological processes. The geology and landscape have always shaped the culture and coexistence of people. Where the houses used to be decorated with sgraffitti, the first Alpine Art graffiti by the internationally renowned street artist REDL was created. After Paris, New York and Hong Kong, REDL has come to Bivio to artistically engage with the local nature and culture.

The work «Andiamo!» symbolizes the Parc Ela and shows the importance of rock and stone for the coexistence between man and nature. The artwork also emphasizes the region's traditional openness to art from other regions. Even the Romans brought their culture over the passes. At the end of the 19th century, Segantini, one of the greatest painters of his time, lived in this valley. Today, Origen's Julierturm hosts world premieres in contemporary dance. The artwork of REDL fits in perfectly. 

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