artnet news | Cait Munro:
Will tourists flock to a museum dedicated to fascism? Officials in Predappio, the small community in northern Italy where famed dictator Benito Mussolini was born, are banking that they might. The town, with a population shy of 7,000 residents, hosts thousands of tourists each year who come to celebrate Mussolini’s birth, death, and the anniversary of the 1922 March on Rome, when Il Duce’s fascist party took power… Read more
Image: Italian dictator Benito Mussolini (1883 – 1945). Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images.