A principal spot on the urban art route is the Campolmi complex, in the courtyard of the Lazzerini Library, where you will find "The beast" by Bassiri, a bronze sculpture on a travertine base, as well as "Waterbones Climbing in Transition State ", a sparkling structure by Loris Cecchini.
Near the Emperor's Castle, in Piazza Santa Maria in Castello you can admire the "Great Dreamer" by Fabrizio Corneli, a truly evocative installation of light and shadow created in 2014 as part of the "Prato Contemporanea" event. Continuing from the Castle up to Piazza del Comune, by the staircase into Palazzo Pretorio you can admire the impressive bronze sculpture "Prometheus Strangling the Vulture II" by Jacques Lipchitz. The Palazzo Museum houses 21 sculptures in plaster, a bronze and 43 drawings by the Lithuanian artist that were donated in 2013 by the Jacques and Yulla Lipchitz Foundation and by Hanno Mott.
The city tour continues to Piazza Ciardi where one can see: Count Up by Alessandra Andrini (Monument to the resistance, 2009, University Square) and The missing link to the chain that does not exist by Marco Bagnoli, dated 2016.