'Speranza Nascosta' (Hidden Hope) by
in Rione Sanità, Italy.
He painted on La Tenda, a place that welcomes and feeds homeless people. It went from being needed mostly by immigrants to being needed by an increasing number of people from the neighbourhood who lost everything they had. Over time, Bosoletti realised that even though these people might seem hopeless from afar, they're all still driven by personal dreams and hopes. And that's what he tried to illustrate with this piece, which can't be properly appreciated without an active perception and the will to decrypt it.