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elisapasqual #lego tower 2w

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elisapasqual Falling asleep in the train and waking up with a new presence 3w

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elisapasqual Là dove c'era l'erba ora c'è, una città 4w

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elisapasqual Bye bye Istanbul 1mon

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elisapasqual Thinking of you @tamarshafrir ! 1mon

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elisapasqual Waiting for the ceremony 1mon

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elisapasqual Diego Birelli had his own way of setting the letter "g" 1mon

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elisapasqual Diego Birelli, book cover for "Milano", Electa, 1967. Part of the series "Le città che sono l'Italia" 1mon

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elisapasqual Diego Birelli worked for the communication of the Communist Party in Venice. The black thick lines are made using the bars that were actually used for separating lines during text composition 1mon

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elisapasqual Diego Birelli, Biennale 1974 1mon

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elisapasqual "Diego Birelli graphic designer" is on show at Iuav. This is a detail of one of the wallpapers made by him on the occasion of the Biennale cultural program. The Biennale of Venice dedicated the entire 1974 edition to Chile, setting up exhibitions of painted panels (murales), and organising theatrical performances and concerts. This edition was perhaps the largest and most resonant cultural protest against the Chilean dictator, General Pinochet. Many Italian and foreign painters such as Sebastian Matta and Emilio Vedova, filled the Venetian campi with murales celebrating the freedom of the Chilean people.
Ortensia Allende, the widow of the assassinated Chilean president, also attended the inaugural ceremonies of the Biennale of 1974 in Venice, which resulted in a very crowded event held solemnly at the Duke's Palace instead of at the Giardini. It was such an unusual edition of the Biennale that not even the traditional Roman numeration was assigned. No catalogue was printed, but was substituted instead by photocopied booklets regarding each exhibition or performance.
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