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Funeral for killed family, Zebquin, Lebanon
Funeral for killed family, Zebquin, Lebanon
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Gabriela Bulisova




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Description: Reggio Emilia - Italy. Collective FX putting a portrait of Janis Joplin on a pylon along the highway A1. It is 8 meters long. The location has been chosen as a protest against the TAV (High Speed Train) that ruined many landscapes using public funds. The protest is also addressed against the Italian state that doesn't put any resource into culture and research. 2011 Chiara Ceolin/Emblema
Keywords: Italy, protest, FX, collective, A1, train, speed, landscape, Janis, Joplin, highway
Date: 21.09.2012 09:51
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Added by: Chiara Ceolin

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Caption: Reggio Emilia - Italy. Collective FX putting a portrait of Janis Joplin on a pylon along the highway A1. It is 8 meters long. The location has been chosen as a protest against the TAV (High Speed Train) that ruined many landscapes using public funds. The protest is also addressed against the Italian state that doesn't put any resource into culture and research. 2011 Chiara Ceolin/Emblema
Object name: Art as a protest

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