Pier Paolo Pasolini

About This Project


Strolling around Rome – wrote Bauer – is the only possible way to diminish even a little our nostalgia for the loss of Pier Paolo Pasolini.

What we miss about Pasolini is his voice, his gaze, his smile, his step and the way he moved his hands (rarely in literature has there been a truer incarnation of the word in heat and proximity).

This exhibit is born of mad hope and faith in future resurrection, that one day we will have him back, in the same way that Dante found his beloved, immense Virgil in the afterlife, smiling down at him after such a long silence.

From the collection of

Giuseppe Garrera

Curated by

Alessandro Dandini de Sylva e Giuseppe Garrera

Text by

Giuseppe Garrera

MACRO, XV edition