Volume 7 


Pietro Fortuna’s work escapes the conventions of language and image that see art as a safe remedy to the world‘s problems. Fortuna reformulates in a new key the idea of good and liberty.
Art, therefore, has to take on the capacity to establish itself as pure account of an act of responsibility through the restitution of a gaze that is irreducible to the word.
We participate in this ethical idea of art, through an attentive commentary of his works intimately linked to the places of his everyday life, the houses he lives in, his studios, various moments of a life and a feeling in harmony with the most authentic basis of art.