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Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes: The Pareto Principle in action

80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes: The Pareto Principle in action

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The Future of Loyalty is Social

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

Art Comes to Town, the new cultural association born in Fabriano, the city of paper nestled in the Marche hills, aims to breath life into "80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes", the artist’s monograph of one of its most significant fellow citizens in the field of Visual Arts. The book we imagine to read through is a long conversation between Maurizio Mercuri, a conceptual artist living in our countryside, and the critic Guido Molinari.

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