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“I envy and admire whoever says intelligent and sharp things about painting
I tried only, unconciously, to bring to my deads in the concentration camps, the seagulls, the sunflowers, the trees, the watermelons and the women’s bodies where no one can violate them again
I do not know if I have succeeded.
We should be able to resurrect for a second to make an assessment.
Besides, Lazarus never talked and Jesus Christ concealed Himself?
Sometimes he did and I do not have always a compass with me to find Him.”
Franco Pedrina was born in Italy, near Padua, in 1934; from 1962 to 1970 he worked in Rome then he moved to Milan.
He died in 2017.