Sara Colaone for Danilo Dolci.
Diameter: 30 cm
Black frame in MDF: 33.6x33.6 cm
On the back: A QR-Code to the dedicated page on the daSud website
Sara Colaone is a comic book author, illustrator and teacher. Among her works, Georgia O'Keeffe, Amazone dearte moderne, Evadées du Harem, Ti Ho visto (Pelledoca, 2019), In Italia sono tutti maschi (with Luca de Santis, Kappa ed. 2008, Oblomov 2019 - Best Comics, Micheluzzi 2009), Ariston (Oblomov 2018), Anna e la famosa avventura nel bosco stregato (with Luca Tortolini, Bao Publishing, 2018) and Leda (with Francesco Satta and Luca de Santis, Coconino Press 2016), with which she won the prestigious Gran Guinigi at Lucca Comics & Games 2017. She teaches at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and collaborates with the MOdE - Museum of Education of the University of Bologna. For the magazine "Nuovi Argomenti" she curates the section dedicated to comics.
Sesana, June 28, 1924 - Trappeto, December 30, 1997
Dolci is a figure who shuns any classification: poet, educator, activist, sociologist, protagonist of the non-violent struggles against the mafia. After a short trip to Sicily he decided to return. Renamed as the "Ghandi of Sicily", his activism and revolutionary approach earned him two nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize. Creator of a popular movement that went down in history with the expression of "reverse strike", Dolci was convinced that no real change could be separated from the involvement and direct participation of those concerned, a real lever for common and shared growth.