Flaneur Issue 04: Corso Vittorio Emanuelle II, Rome
Flaneur is a nomadic, independent magazine focussing on one street per issue. Corso Vittorio Emanuelle II, though unavoidable for Romans and tourists alike, is a street that can easily be dismissed and ignored – it’s hectic, fragmented and not beautiful by Roman standards, but it is here that Rome’s future was once considered, and the magazine attempts this challenge again. The heart of Issue 04 is Questione Romana, an experimental faux panel discussion debating the future of the street and hence of Rome. The panel is formed by eleven individuals ranging from architects and curators to journalists, artists and politicians.
152 pages, 34 x 21cm, softcover, Edition Messner (Berlin).