Franco Raggi, ten years after his first show at the gallery, returns to Antonia Jannone with a new series of drawings.

18 works in pastel crayon on plasticized paper, taken from postcards of Italian landscapes, to investigate the process of banalization of beauty (or, at times, also of ugliness) implemented by these objects on the realities they depict.

Some of the works in the show have been engraved with horizontal lines and mounted on a light box to create the effect of a television screen.