Fotograf Magazine

Martin Errichiello & Filippo Menichetti

In Fourth Person

A large part of Italian political history of the past fifty years is undeniably shrouded in mystery. Until today, some of its stories and events, public and private, major and minor, remain untold, dismissed, and even censored, in some cases. From north to south, the country often finds itself united in the name of forgetfulness.

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