Isola Bisentina rises from the clear waters of Lake Bolsena, one of the largest volcanic lakes in the world – second only to Lake Titicaca in Peru. The most precious gem of Tuscia is a luxuriant oasis, a temple of nature and art. A place of contemplation whose history is lost in centuries.

On display


With the opening of the Bisentina Island to the public, three site-specific works of contemporary art will be echoing the vision of the natural and historical beauties of the island. This initiative, supported by Tearose, brings contemporary art to an ancient place, fostering a dialogue between times and emphasizing our opportunity to partake this eternal present.


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