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Lovely things

And talking of Christmas shopping, if you’re in Rome next weekend and would like to buy something rather special, come along to Vicolo dell’Atleta 5 (Trastevere) after 5 pm, and take a look at what’s on offer. I’ll see you … Continue reading

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Precious things

Patrizia Casamirra isn’t just a great photographer (she’s even managed to make me look like a real author on the jacket of Little Monsters, though you’ll have to buy it to see). She also makes fantastic silver jewellery: necklaces, rings … Continue reading

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Women in wartime (2)

If you’d like to see more of Patrizia Casamirra’s extraordinary collection of photographs of women in wartime (in Argentina, Bosnia, Guatemala, Palestine and Rwanda), get hold of a copy of this week’s Internazionale. And don’t miss the cartoon on p. … Continue reading

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Women in wartime

If you happen to be in Amsterdam in March, don’t miss this exhibition of photographs by Patrizia Casamirra. They’re powerful, necessary works, moving yet unrhetorical. They deserve a wider audience.

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