The operation was incredibly challenging. More difficult than ever, with an unbelievable succession of more or less important, even catastrophic events that managed week after week, to take place with an indisputable talent of coordination. We can unpretentiously list them haphazardly in a group, and wouldn’t wish them on any Festival director. Two exhibitions were left stranded in a makeshift space after the first was ejected after its room was destroyed at the last minute by the new owner, and the other was rejected from its location after it was transformed into a classroom.
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