Anthropology is a look at how one behaves, on the rules, on the power relationships, a story without judgment.
Crisis are changes that demand renewal.
They lead to the new man who, probably, silent, already lived in the past one.
In a transition that requires a transformation, the “Grand Tour” project turns its eye to the anthropic liturgies of a maritime and mediterranean world, capable of resounding in the keepnets, throbbing in the genuine life encrusted with sun and salt, cheering up a fishing village.
Here is the manifestation of the cultural contribution as a reflective, experiential, transformative element, capable of giving a meaning to a place (in the double meaning of meaning and direction).
The photography helps to ask ourselves why, helps to look around for capturing points of view, helps to crystallize and introject hidden, divergent and side microcosms, helps to reprogram social actions, to regenerate the meaning of the ancient trades, of centuries -old traditions, helps to enrich solutions and experiences to be offered also in the entertainment services, in the fields of hospitality and tourist reception.
With this section of Giuseppe Leone’s exhibition dedicated to the cultural anthropology, and therefore to the Man, we arrive at the crux of our journey, of our civil and cultural message, of our reflection, that is to say that the culture is first and foremost a “stimulus asset”.