Meandering through the concrete streets of Cretto di Burri in north west Sicily. May 2019.

Cretto di Burri is an open-air art installation and memorial set on the footprint of the Gibellina, a Sicilian town that was destroyed by the Belice earthquake in 1968. It was created by artist Alberto Burri. For a little more explanation about this fascinating place, see my previous post.

3 Replies to “Cretto di Burri 2”

    1. Not as much as I would have liked to, if I’m honest. You also need to read up on it to fully understand what the installation represents. Still, it’s very cool and I really enjoyed being able to freely wander through it’s lines and contours.

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