As the annual Italian summer holiday has been cut, for many, from the entire month of August to just a few days due to dwindling savings and high unemployment, one might be forgiven for asking: what happened to la bella vita? Or indeed to the utopic vision of a country founded upon the right to work? Utopia – and particularly its elusiveness – was the theme of an exhibition held recently in the town of San Mauro Cilento, in Salerno.…
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