From sheep to shop
The exhibition tells the story of a company that is always attentive to excellence.
"And the garden created man"
A new chapter in the research between art and nature
Roberto Coda Zabetta tells the fragility of humanity and its inclination towards preserving the environment, through attempts and promises He portrays the Earth’s ability to regenerate and the tenacity that triumphs over human will. “And the garden created man” evokes nature through the use of an explosive chromatic charge and dense material that accumulates on the canvas.
Installed in 2009, the product of the mind and effort of Alberto Garutti, is a public work that can be used (and “adopted”) by everyone: a series of cement benches on which one or more portraits of dogs sit, described and drawn by the children of Trivero.
“Stefano Arienti has distributed his artwork in the villages of Trivero in two different ways.
The first is invisible: a free accessible Wi-Fi network in various points of the municipality; the second is more conventional: in some areas covered by the signal, “”I Telepati”” take the form of large stones that mark the places.”
The heart of Casa Zegna houses a collection of precious fabric samples, documents, photos, videos, and testimonies that tell the story of a hundred years of industrial history.
Not only an impressive textile archive, but also an overview of entrepreneurial history, environmental and social patronage.
The idea was born in 2003 on the initiative of the Fondazione Zegna with the establishment of the corporate archival center, which saw the inauguration of the prestigious Casa Zegna complex in Trivero Valdilana (BI) in July 2007.
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The historical archives collect, study, and preserve.
The history of the company in a few numbers of great value.
Linear meters of paper documents
Guided visits and workshops
Fondazione Zegna promotes educational activities, workshops and experiences for families and schools, especially for preschool and primary schools.