With reference to the Pillars of Hercules, a first reading grid of Cesare Di Liborio’s photographs is proposed, placing the image in a dual perspective: natural and geographic on one hand, cultural and historical on the other. It is pagan and Christian. We come to the image of Hercules, at the end of a heroic feat, full of trials and […]
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