Banca Ifis International Sculpture Park

The Banca Ifis International Sculpture Park is housed within the more than 22 hectares of gardens surrounding the 16th-century Villa Fürstenberg, the Group’s historic headquarters.

In this space, the often monumental works of great Italian and international masters of contemporary sculpture merge with their surroundings, creating a special place where nature and sculpture dialogue in a timeless embrace.

“The park is articulated as a work in progress and will see new sculptures by international contemporary artists added each year. This project intends to project itself towards a future that focuses more and more on the Economy of Beauty, understood as a code of values such as tradition, innovation, know-how and imagination”

Ernesto Fürstenberg Fassio, Chairman of Banca Ifis


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Starting 28 April the Villa Fürstenberg Park opens to the public free of charge,

every Sunday from 10.00 to 19.00.

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The park works

The Park, curated by Cesare Biasini Selvaggi and Giulia Abate, was inaugurated in September 2023 on the occasion of the Bank’s 40th anniversary celebrations.

It currently houses the works of: Fernando Botero, Annie Morris, Park Eun Sun, Igor Mitoraj, Manolo Valdés, Pablo Atchugarry, Pietro Consagra, Roberto Barni, Julio Larraz, Philip Colbert, Jaume Plensa and Giuseppe Penone and the permanent ‘Horse Power‘ by Nico Vascellari already exhibited at the Lyon Biennial.

Horse Power

Nico Vascellari

Over time, man has replaced his animal strength with that of the machine 

Nico Vascellari

The King

Philip Colbert

I became an artist when I became a lobster

Philip Colbert


Fernando Botero

“Fortunately, art has a great gift, that of being inexhaustible. It is an endless process in which you never stop learning”

Fernando Botero

Teseo Screpolato

“I long for something very beautiful, something very simple, a kind of lost paradise. I need a certain beauty, this makes me live”

Igor Mitoraj

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