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Pietro Brosio Gallery



"The Universal Peace", 1976, oil on canvas 100x70cm.

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June 28, 2010

White and green




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June 22, 2010

The slice of polenta





One of the most unusual constructions in Turin, the "slice of polenta" is the result of a series of coincidences. A 37m space on Corso san Maurizio occupied by a wedge shaped three storey building, bought in 1859 by Francesca Scaccabarozzi, wife of the architect Alessandro Antonelli (1798-18888). In 1881, the architect added two floors and an attic, raising the total height to 27m, identical to the length. The façade of the building is only 5m wide, while the thin end of the wedge is a mere 70cm.

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June 16, 2010

Meeting beyond time and space


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June 10, 2010

Blue, red, white, pink, yellow





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June 4, 2010

Sky Watch 4/6/2010




Sacra di San Michele Monastery (10th century, 962m, Susa Valley)


Happy Sky Watch

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