Franz Dantone Pascalin
The local artist Claus Soraperra commemorates Franz Dantone, photographer and pioneer of the tourism in the Dolomites
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In 2009, the local artist Claus Soraperra realised and installation, exposed at the Ladin Museum of Fassa, to commemorate Franz Dantone Pascalin from Gries (Canazei), photographer and pioneer of the tourism in the Dolomites. By deconstructing and giving a new reading of the photographic representations, taken by Pascalin more than 100 years ago, Claus Soraperra went across the different changes of the local society to understand where it is and where it is going. An occasion to speak of the vaue of the tradition when compared with modern times and to search the answers to a big question: what does it mean "being Ladin nowaday"? At 9.00 p.m. by the events pavillion PalaDolomites in Campestrin. Free entry.
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