The Brunate Chapel is a small, colorful building that stands out in the vineyards of La Morra. Originally a “ciabot”, that is, a shelter for farmers, it was called the “Chapel of the Blessed Madonna delle Grazie,” although the church was never consecrated. After years of abandonment, it was purchased in 1970 by the Ceretto family, who commissioned artists David Tremlett and Sol Lewitt to renovate it.

The first worked on the interior decoration, with fields of warm, serene tones; the second worked on the exterior, with bright colors enclosed in large geometric shapes. Thanks to their contribution, the ruined and abandoned chapel has been transformed into a splendid example of contemporary art, one of the best known and most visited buildings in the area, which stands out with its brilliant colors within the six hectares of vineyards of the Ceretto family.