No War No Peace
Photo exhibition - Does the end of a war produce peace or are the seeds for a new war already germinating?
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Opening: friday 16th March 2018 | 6 pm
Fabio Bucciarelli, The Dream, 2016
A project by Raffaele Crocco
Curated by Andrea Tomasi, Claudia Gelmi
In collaboration with Associazione 46° Parallelo | Atlante delle Guerre e dei Conflitti del Mondo
Does the end of a war produce peace or are the seeds for a new war already germinating?
What remains “the day after” the armistices, in the wars that have rumbled on to this day? What do they share, these “afters” that are “todays”, if not already forgotten “yesterdays”?
In recent years, there have been dozens of wars that have not determined peace, and they are documented in the installations displayed in the exhibition. Exactly as happened a hundred years ago, the end of the First World War did not create lasting peace, but laid the foundations for the terrible subsequent war.
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