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This artist installed a tennis court in an abandoned church

If you like tennis and have a soft spot for religious decorations then you will love the latest idea of ​​the artist Asad Raza. The latter fell in love with a disused church located in kite and dating back to 16th century all the same, to make a ... tennis court ! And as absurd as the idea may seem we must admit that the mixture of colors (the orange court) with the ecclesiastical style is quite fascinating.

Credits : Andrea Rossetti

Open at public and entirely Free, the installation allowed to play around frescoes several centuries old paintersGiulio and Antonio Campi, illustrating the life of the apostle Paul. A fun way to mix sports and cultural outings to create a unique contemporary art project.

We imagine exchanges quite mesmerizing, you can imagine that the goal is not to play real matches, to create a meditative beauty with the ball's come and go in this sumptuous setting. 6 tennis coaches were also present to introduce the sport to the curious who crossed the door of this church like no other.

Credits : Andrea Rossetti

Credits : Andrea Rossetti

Credits : Andrea Rossetti

Credits : Andrea Rossetti

Credits : Andrea Rossetti

Credits : Andrea Rossetti

Imagined by: Asad Raza

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