Notre-Dame du socialisme




The first one is more recent. According to local sources, it only appeared a few weeks ago on the side of the Teatro Valle Occupato. The second is more weather-beaten, older, you can already see it in the reports from last May on the Piazza del Popolo. A printed, glued poster along the lines of the Soviet coat of arms, in the manner of a South American folk cult of saints and revolutionary pseudo-holy images. But why in French, on the outskirts of Rome? From whom and for what? As viewers sensitive to iconographic crosstalk, we are looking forward to the explanations of our more au courant readers.