Tag Archives: Biennale

14 May 2015

Our neighbour Mario died the other day, taking a piece of our history with him. We bought this house from him: for him it signified drudging and hardship, and he was touchingly incredulous when he saw the extent to which … Continue reading

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31 May 2013

    It’s uncanny the extent to which the hill on which CdP sits can act as a watershed – or perhaps I mean a ‘weathershed’. We were on a train in Bologna station last night when our friend Adri … Continue reading

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20 November 2011

       And so out to stack wood. Dear, funny Elisa Faleburle came grinning with her tip truck yesterday evening after dusk and dumped 18 quintals – that’s 1.8 metric tonnes or 35.4 UK hundredweight or 39.7 US hundredweight or … Continue reading

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