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The Art Corner: Cecilia Granara

this month’s conversation weaved into talk of beauty, rape iconography in art, and finding poetry in pain.

Cecilia Granara with her paintings

In the summer, I visited the house of Tonino Guerra, a poet and scriptwriter who wrote most of the movies that made the Italian cinema of the 60s and 70s what it is considered now: a work of art. Invited by his wife, an 80-year-old…

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Virginia Vigliar

Culture writer/editor investigating narratives on social justice with feminist eyes — find my daily shenanigans on @vivivigliar

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