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What happens when the finest street art reaches an ancient small village lost in one of the less known-and most beautiful areas of Italy?
CVTà Street Fest
If you’re in the middle of a road trip in central-south Italy this is a perfect place to stop and admire some brand new street art set in an unconventional place.
acted as the art director for the festival. “I painted on old doors to remind us of what is no longer.” explains Alice, “Many of the beautiful houses are empty now and over time so many people have left Civitacampomarano that the current population is only a little over four hundred inhabitants.”
This event left many interesting walls, making Civitacampomarano a living proof of the dialogue between street art and tradition.
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