Museo a cielo aperto di Camo: Open Air Contemporary Art Museum and Recycle Museum

It is recommended to visit Camo, a local small hill top village of 220 inhabitants with spectacular views of the Belbo valley .  In May 2013 a free permanent open air contemporary art museum was opened, displaying more than 70 paintings and sculptures around the concentric streets. Claudio Lorenzoni from Turin is responsible for this interesting initiative, but the concept does not stop there , as he continues to organise artistic and cultural events throughout the year in this small pretty village.  In addition, located in a dedicated room in the town hall, there is a unique recycle /upcycle museum.  A local English born artist, Ann Stefani, has created her own form of art by using abandoned old local artefacts and materials ( e.g. chains, wooden shutters).  She has transformed them with patience, passion and creativity into rustic objects of charm.  There is also an internal art gallery that changes throughout the year.

You can find more information on Facebook/museo a cielo aperto di Camo by telephoning the comune of Camo 0141 840100 for future events.