From V E N E Z I A: Og's odd Chronicles of Venice:
"Graffiti on the walls of the 11th century Church of San Polo in Venice. The photographs are all taken from near the church in Campo San Polo and show the disaffection for their city of a small but active number of Venetian youths..."
Not that I think that Venetian kids are any better than anybody else, but I'm not sure how we can know that it's primarily Venetians... especially since it seems that one of the big attractions during the obligatory Italian school field trip is to write or carve your name on something centuries old... In fact, the older, the better! (I won't even get into all the 20 & 21st century graffitti that's on the ancient Roman walls of Pompeii! It's heartbreaking...)
Categories: Venice, Italy