Tag Archives: Adelita Husni-Bey

We have only allocated an hour to write this post, so we don’t have time to discuss that infamous memo (we mean here the Nunes memo, not Trump himself) Given this time-crunch we’re merely going to see how the posts from our allocated two week period from last year (Jan. 23-Feb 5) fit into the […]

In 2010, Italian-Libyan artist Adelita Husni-Bey created a 5 monitor installation called Lethe as part of extensive research trips around Lake Como to uncover exact sites of partisan executions in the years leading up to 1945. While the history books vividly record the executions of Mussolini in this region in April 1945, this was also the […]