Until next March, the National Museum of San Carlos is showing the works of the Italian photographer Ferdinando Scianna. Carmen Gaitan, the Director of the Museum, proposed to the artist that he should show his series Lux In Arcana. These images were first published in the book Feste religiose in Sicilia, and they were accompanied by a text written by the great writer Leonardo Sciascia.
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