THE MYSTERIES OF GORIZIA: VILLA LOUISE AND THE A.T.E.R. OF UDINE
Franco Hassek, town councillor of Gorizia, raises on his FB* page a problem we have already touched on, talking about the Coronini Foundation, and publishes a "souvenir" that should make you think: when will the works at Villa Louise that 5 years ago received - at least so it seems - substantial funding for the renovation given one of those smoky left-wing initiatives that would have made it become an "incubator of ideas" or, in a more bohemian way, "artists' house": let alone a "house of artists". That financing was the miserable compensation with which the then Serracchiani, through the councillor Torrenti, hoped to make the people of Gorizia forget the provincial museums' mugging, to give life to the three-headed monster (Villa Manin,Museums of Gorizia, Museum of the Rural Life of San Vito al Tagliamento) called Erpac, which would seem anyway and finally on the point of biting the bullet. At what point are the works, however, incredibly entrusted not to the Ater of Gorizia and therefore to the architects of Gorizia, but the Ater of Udine? Who is responsible for this mess? We would be happy if Franco Hassek would take the matter to the town council, maybe with a questioning. Who knows...
*THE PHOTO THAT REPRODUCES AN ARTICLE OF THE LITTLE ONE IS TAKEN FROM THE FB PAGE OF FRANCO HASSEK