November 11 to January 10, the northern Italian city of Turin hosted a unique combination of decorative street lighting and a huge contemporary art exhibition held outdoors. For Artists' Lights in Turin, which was conceived by the city authorities as a follow-up to 1997's nativity scene by set designer Emanuale Luzzati, 32 miles of streets in the heart of the city were lit up, and the works of 14 contemporary artists were shown. IEMA of Borgaro Torinese custom-built most of the lighting ...
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