The indifferent scream

After one century from Italy’s going to war, the Museo di Roma in Trastevere is hosting – from May 13 to June 21 – a show about Stefano Cioffi’s photographic project “L’urlo indifferente” (“The Indifferent Scream”). The exhibition is also an opportunity to showcase the book published by Edizione Osiride, with critical essays by Stefano Cioffi, Maurizio G. De Bonis and Paola Visentini, guiding us through the places described in the war diary kept by Giovanni Battista De Gasperi, a naturalist, geographer, and soldier in the Alpini mountain troops, who died in combat in 1916.

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