“UNMONDOD’ITALIANI” WRITES ABOUT MY EXHIBITION AT “PARALLAX AF ” IN LONDON

 

The Italian international daily magazine  “Unmondoditaliani” – directed by Mina Cappussi (editor in chief, writer and professor at La Sapienza University in Rome)has dedicated an article to my show at “Parallax AF” in London (at La Galleria, Royal Opera Arcade) from 14 to 16 October. 

The article is signed by reporter Stefania Paradiso. I would like to share it here on WordPress. Here is the link :

http://www.unmondoditaliani.com/lacerazioni-alborghetti-a-londra-alla-mostra-internazionale-parallax-af.htm

Il quotidiano web internazionale “Unmondoditaliani” – diretto da Mina Cappussi, giornalista, scrittrice e docente a la Sapienza di Roma – ha dedicato ampio spazio alla mia partecipazione a Londra alla mostra internazionale “Parallax AF” (presso La Galleria, Royal Opera Arcade) dal 14 al 16 ottobre prossimi.

L’articolo è firmato da Stefania Paradiso. Desidero condividerlo qui, su WordPress. Ecco il link all’articolo:

http://www.unmondoditaliani.com/lacerazioni-alborghetti-a-londra-alla-mostra-internazionale-parallax-af.htm

 

 

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THE JOY OF READING: SENDING STORIES FOR FREE

A group of people with some experience in the area of storytelling would like to share their project with everyone who enjoys reading.

 

Lithographic Print by Roberto Alborghetti

Lacer/actions Project

Realistic Image of Torn and Decomposed Publicity Posters

cm 70x 50, framed,  2009

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 “The Joy of Reading” is a group of people with some experience in the area of storytelling. They would like to share their project with everyone who is in touch with children and young people in general but above all with everyone that enjoys reading. This project consists of sending stories for free on a weekly basis.

They forward them via e-mail, at own address. All the stories have some values within: respect for nature, tolerance, tenderness, responsibility, solidarity and many more. They all aim at developing the reading skills among young people, as well as allowing some moments of reflection and dialogue about topics connected with human values. Along these weeks, the cycle of stories is dedicated to different Cultures and Traditions (the last one I’ve received is “Yudhisthira at Heaven’s Gate”).

I welcome this project (which, it is important to say, does not have any profitable aims). If you are interested in “The Joy of Reading” and if you know anyone interested in receiving the weekly stories by e-mail, please, contact the Pedagogical Team at: af@talestogrow.com

You can visit “The Joy of Reading” on Facebook where you can find more interesting stories about several different topics.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stories-for-Everyone/125862557478585