Francesco Pergolesi was raised in Spoleto, an Italian village filled with artisan shops and small businesses. His past series, Heroes, featured work inspired by the people and places from his childhood that are slowly disappearing: the watchmaker fixing old time pieces; the frame shop where hand-milled frames line the walls; and the local cobbler whose walls are covered with leather...
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