The Gallerie delle Prigioni and the Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche present The Ground We Have in Common, the exhibition dedicated to the thirtieth edition of the International Carlo Scarpa Prize for Gardens, which this year sees the tea gardens of Dazhangshan in China as protagonists.
On the occasion of the thirtieth edition, the exhibition, an integral part of the activities that make up the Award, is held for the first time at the Treviso Gallery of Prisons and alongside the documentary component is the exhibition of works of contemporary art. Starting from the exploration of the landscape of the tea gardens of Dazhangshan, the path of the exhibition highlights the geographic and architectural context of a territory that is historically the heart of the cultivations of the tea plant and the production of the resulting drink, its historical and cultural value. Exhibition curated by Patrizia Boschiero (Benetton Foundation) and Nicolas Vamvouklis (Prison Galleries) Artists: Antonio Biasiucci, Andrea Caretto and Raffaella Spain, William Cobbing, Petros Efstathiadis, Susan Hiller, Christiane Löhr, Laura Pugno, Naufus Ramírez – Figueroa, Elham Rokni, Armén Rotch & Gilda RG, Michele Spanghero, Cao Yuxi (James)
By the Gallery of Prisons site
The Scarpa Award for the Garden is a documentary for the exhibition”The Ground we Have in Common”, directed by Marco Pavan
Production by Galleria delle Prigioni- Fondazione Benetton Studi e Ricerche
Original Music by Joe Schievano
Audio Post by Soundrivemotion