My name is Marco Menduni and I’m a napolitan photographer. I would like to propose a reportage about the Carnival in Venice in coronavirus times. As maybe you know, this year the celebrations were canceled by the authorities to prevent the diffusion of the virus. In more than 900 hundred years, the cancellation or the suspension of the carnival in Venice is a very rare event, recognizable particularly in the dark age of the plague. On February the 23th 2020 the governor of the region has ordered the cancellation of any celebrations. My work wants to tell the transition from happiness to the fear of the infection. Marco Menduni ...
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