The art park RespirArt is in Pampeago, at 2200 m of altitude. Along the 3 km loop path, 27 art installations perfectly blend in with the Dolomites peaks of Latemar. The park, which can be reached with the Agnello chairlift, boasts artists from all over the world. Completing their art masterpieces are the sun, wind, rain and snow.
This year, the environmental art event RespirArt 2020 will host four international artists: Patrizia Giambi, Jano Sicura, Gabriele Meneguzzi and Vincenzo Sponga. Their art installations will be inaugurated by the journalist and famous newscaster of Tg2 Maria Concetta Mattei on RespirArt Day, the travelling celebration taking place on Saturday, 25 July 2020.
The art park RespirArt, curated by Marco Nones and Beatrice Calamari, is visited by artists from all over the world.
The park is situated between 2.000 and 2.200 meters. It can be reached with a 30 minute walk, following the path that starts from the parking of the chairlift Tresca in Pampeago (Val di Fiemme - Trentino) or, more easily, just taking the chairlift Agnello. Along the round route of 3 km, enjoy these masterpieces, relax, breathe and walk slowly. In the park there are also two mountain huts: Chalet Baita Caserina at 2.000 m (recently renovated with even a Jacuzzi on its terrace) and Rifugio Monte Agnello at 2.200 m with an amazing view on the Dolomites.