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/ ARTO LINDSAY
View of Nico Vascellari, “Codalunga,” Monitor, Rome, 2014.
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Arto Lindsay

Last November, Nico Vascellari moved into the Sala delle Armi in Rome for a month. A huge, rationalist building built in 1934 as a fencing school, and adapted, in 1981, as the Aula Bunker of the court of Rome, it hosted a series of famous trials—namely that of the kidnapping and... continue reading

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