Vucciria a Palermo: narrazioni contemporanee da Guttuso alla Street Art

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Abstract

Piazza Caracciolo in the Vucciria in Palermo was one of the oldest and once flourishing marckests in the city. Unfortunately, depopulation before and abandonment of the marcket afte wards led to the decline of the marcket and its historical architectural consistency. Vucciria, in contemporary times, was the inspiration of artists, writers and directors, who like Guttuso, Sciascia, Taravella and Camilleri, that have immortalized it in their works. A renewed interest for the conservation and enhancement of the area it also, today, expressed by Street Art, which it adds and indicates a new life for the historic city.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLa città Palinsesto – The City as Palinsesto Tracce, sguardi e narrazioni sulla complessità dei contesti urbani storici Tracks, views and narrations on the complexity of historical urban contexts
Pages723-731
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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