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Occupied Spaces

Posted on Jun 7, 2013 | 0 comments

Occupied spaces have always been an interesting cultural reference point in Italy and for some reason, in this especially difficult time in Rome with elections for mayor and the ever worsening economy, they seem to be fighting even more for their space in the city’s cultural scene.  From the new occupied ex-foundry in San Lorenzo on via Sabelli, Omnia Sunt Communia (painted by Hogre) to the occupied cinemas in Pigneto and near Termini that are a hotbed of street art activity at the moment to Blu’s takeover in Ostiense, these areas show that no matter how bad the political situation, Romans continue to fight for something better.

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