Elisabetta Benassi and Returning to the Past

To say it in a new, unprecedented form...without deceit. Through multiple modes of expression, Italian artist Elisabetta Benassi recounts the socio-cultural and artistic traditions that have characterized the 20th century. From photography to videos, installations to performances, the Roman artist starts from her beginnings. We perceive, from her, an intense life marked by memories made from meetings with Maria Lai and Beatrice Merz, and coincidences that have defined an important historical p...

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