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Paolo Soleri reviews mounted scroll drawings of the 3-part plan for Mesa City, a few hours before the opening of the exhibition at the Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, Palazzo Poli. With Paolo is Sandra Suatoni, the curator of the exhibition.
[Photo: & text: Matteo Di Michele]

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Paolo Soleri reviews mounted scroll drawings of the 3-part plan for Mesa City, a few hours before the opening of the exhibition at the Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, Palazzo Poli. With Paolo is Sandra Suatoni, the curator of the exhibition.
[Photo: & text: Matteo Di Michele]



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Serenita Papaldo [in the middle] is the Directore of the Italian National Institute For Writings And Drawings [Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica]. It is thanks to an amazing 3-year effort on the part of Directore Serenita Papaldo and Curator Sandra Suatoni, that this exhibition has come togehter. Serenita Papaldo enjoys custom made snacks, identified as un dolce per Paolo Soleri, Soleri Sweets, prepared by the MAXXI, to celebrate the opening.
[Photo & text: Matteo Di Michele]



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Paolo Soleri meets journalists and many Arcosanti alumni after the press conference at the MAXXI, the National Museum for the 21st Century.
[Photo & text: Matteo Di Michele]



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Cosanti Foundation Vice President and Director of Soleri Archives, Tomiaki Tamura, Paolo Soleri, Planning Intern Kim Young Soo and Cosanti Foundation Human Resources Manager and Italian Project Coordinator Matteo Di Michele celebrate the event at MAXXI, the National Museum for the 21st Century.
[Photo & text: Matteo Di Michele]

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