As part of its ongoing "Legami e corrispondenze. Immagine e parole attraverso il '900 romano", Rome's municipal art gallery presents an installation by artist Francesco Vaccaro dedicated to the Italian writer Alberto Moravia. Vaccaro took his inspiration from Casa Moravia (the writer's former Rome residence, now a public museum) to capture traces of Moravia's everyday life, attempting to see the world through Moravia's eyes. The result is a series of videos filmed from Moravia's windows, allowing the viewer to observe what was visible to the influential writer from 1963 until his death in 1990. Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Roma Capitale, Via Francesco Crispi 24.
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