I've always thought that the streets are the best place to feel the pulse of the cities, and that's specially true in Italy, where you don't have to enter a museum to discover the traces of history. It's streets have been silent witness of more than two thousand years of urban life and invite us to unveil its secrets at every step.
The images that make up this exhibition were taken during the winter of 2012 but it looks like nothing has changed since the times when you could come upon Federico Fellini directing a movie just around the corner.
Sociedad Italiana de Socorros Mutuos.
May 31 to June 5, 2013.
Centro Histórico Cultural de la UNS.
June 13 to 28, 2013.
Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires, Argentina