In Berlin, an exhibition has opened at the Kunsthaus Tacheles about the Italian mafia. Presented by the Casoria Contemporary Art Museum, the show, titled MAY BE, consists of photos of 14 Mafia fugitives, who could, as the show warns, live in Germany.
From May the 13th to June the 3rd 2011 the CAM - Casoria Contemporary Art Museum - presents at Kunsthaus Tacheles in Berlin a new exhibition titled MAY BE.
The CAM became worldwide well known in February 2011, when the director, Antonio Manfredi, asked for asylum in Germany, saying he is fed up with mafia threats and a government that is failing to protect Italy's rich cultural heritage.
The main works of the exposition are photos of the 14 fugitives among Mafia, Camorra and ‘ndrangheta men, with an international warrant, that, thanks to a photograph editing, live on the bodies of anonymous passers-by. Under the pictures, a warning: "They could live in Germany"