The WSJ reports on a vineyard in Tuscany that has been commissioning projects by well-known contemporary artists for over a decade. Lorenza Sebasti and Marco Pallanti, the husband and wife owners, started their first of 12 commissions at the vineyard with a work by Michelangelo Pistoletto, at a rate of about one per year. The works are created in situ among stone buildings and 18th-century villas. Artists who have commissioned works include Louise Bourgeios, Daniel Buren and Anish Kapoor, among others.
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