Empty Italy: The Museum Of The Other And The Elsewhere

Nov 18, 2020 210

BY: MATTHEW BURGOS

A cosmopolitan fortress of art and community sits at the edge of Rome. It houses an array of artistry that is plastered on the walls, covering up the cracks and holes the cement has endured throughout the decades.

While the works of art glisten before the audience who drops by as part of their day-trip or week-long itinerary, voices of children and adults residing inside form an amalgamation that acts as the background music to the sanctuary. The fusion of the visuals and people portray the reason The Museum of the Other and the Elsewhere remains the guardian of human rights.

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SOURCE: https://italicsmag.com/

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