100 black and white shots that immortalize half a century of crime in Bologna and Emilia-Romagna, through the eyes of the Bolognese photographers Walter Breveglieri (from 1949 to 1972) and Paolo Ferrari (for the period 1972- 2000) which documented tragic moments, which belong to Italian history. A timely documentation work which moves from the crime sites to the courtrooms.
The exhibition – curated by the Chief Prosecutor of Bologna Giuseppe Amato and by Marco Baldassari, head of the Ferrari Archive of Genus Bononiae – is organized by Genus Bononiae, in collaboration with the Public Prosecutor of Bologna, the State Police and the Arma dei Carabinieri.
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