STORIES // Il serpentone di cemento

Outdoor Project

A project by Guido Gazzilli

"Il Corviale, a story made of cement". 
Guido Gazzilli creates a photographic project to describe the Corviale. 

This district of the Roman suburbs, located near Via Portuense, is also known as the "Serpentone" (the big snake) because of its length.

The project shows a place where the architectures of this controversial one-kilometer-long building mix together in a way that is both disordered and chaotic.

Those who cross these dark and dilapidated places have the opportunity to feel the smell of the people who live here.

Faces rich in humanity and pain that only let us imagine the difficulty of their daily existence.

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Il Serpentone di cemento
A project by Guido Gazzilli

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