A district south of Rome where multiculturalism, attachment to commonplaces and care for growth in harmony are shared values. All this, together with the great awareness of the origins of the district and of the distant but ancient and prestigious history of the place makes Tor Pignattara a district of interest, which with a curious spirit has been able to adapt to the urban and artistic evolutions of the modern city. We will find ourselves walking through the streets that saw the birth of the first buildings in the 1930s, we will pass in front of the historic Cinema Impero and the Pisacane school, to reach the new buildings that house, like white canvases of a popular and democratic museum, works of the major street artists of the Roman and international scene. To name a few: Diavù, Sten & Lex, Etam Cru, Atoches, Nicola Verlani and many others. Street art in this neighborhood has the primary purpose of telling and preserving the memory of the people, known and less known, who have lived there and recover inspiration for films and novels. Walk by Dr. Marika Beccaloni.
Place: Torpignattara, Rome, Italy
Date: Saturday, April 10, 2021
Start: 4 pm
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