The most ambitious of these projects unites Chianti’s two geographical areas (the Florentine and Sienese areas): the biennial contemporary art event Tusciaelecta. It involves several towns and "operates on a possible model of redefinition of the landscape and urban fabric through the insertion of contemporary works on the territory." The selected artists were invited to explore the territory and design site-specific interventions. These works took note of the piece’s context and used creation methods that considered their diverse audience, that is, residents, tourists and employees.
Along with the public administration of this monument-rich land, private organizations also offer opportunities to discover contemporary art.
The Chianti Sculpture Park, which began with the dream of its director Piero Giadrossi, consists of 23 works set in 13 hectares of forest in Pievasciata.