Noto – Sicily, Italy

May, June – 2021. Exploring the streets of Noto with its late baroque architecture and tranquil vibes. Igor Mitoraj’s sculpture exhibition on the streets of Noto.


Noto, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a captivating town in southeastern Sicily known for its stunning Baroque architecture and artistic treasures. Among the notable artistic features that adorn the streets of Noto were the sculptures created by renowned Polish artist Igor Mitoraj. Mitoraj’s sculptures, characterized by their monumental size and distinctive style, were scattered throughout the town, adding a touch of contemporary art to the historical setting. 

The inclusion of Mitoraj’s sculptures in Noto enhances the town’s artistic atmosphere and serves as a testament to the enduring power of art to bridge the past and present. As visitors explore the elegant streets and ornate buildings of Noto, encountering these evocative sculptures by Igor Mitoraj adds an extra layer of artistic appreciation and enriches the overall experience of this architectural gem.

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