It’s a rainy and misty day, but Bologna (The red one) is, if possible, even more red than ever. Its 38 kilometres of porticoes, fully reveal their fascination as well as their usefulness, connecting the various exhibit venues of Foto/Industria Bologna’15. Palazzo Re Enzo opens its huge and ancient doors to more than nine hundred people listening to presentation of the second Biennal, promoted and organized by the MAST Foundation in collaboration with the City of Bologna. Under the vaults of the Salone del Podestà, Mayor Virgilio Merola focuses the strong connections between the culture of the local community and...
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