World War II and the street art
When: Winter, Summer, Autumn, Spring
For Who: art and histroy lovers
Why: Be astonished by street art and ruins
The most formidable beauty and the most complete degradation are both visible in the great historical center o Palermo, one of the largest in Italy.
The damage caused by the bombs dropped by the Allies during the Second World War are in fact still present on many buildings.
Waiting for a restructuring that brings to light the ancient beauty, the facades of many buildings and many squares of the city are the subject of interest for a new art-form and the social implications really interesting.
Look for the traces of this urban renaissance and stop in front of the ruins of stupendous noble palaces that will soon return to shine!
“As we neared the city, it was dark, so I picked up Colonel R. F. Perry, Chief of Staff of the division, to act as a guide. He stated he believed the town had fallen, and we therefore decided to go in and see”
George S. Patton: War As I Knew It
BED AND BIKE di Giancarlo Caparrotta
BED AND BIKE