Artist Dan Dubowitz and architect Patrick Duerden have roamed northern Italy since 2005, jumping fences and trekking through forests on a quest for the architectural remains of fascist holiday camps that were built during Mussolini's regime in the 1920s and '30s. Photographs of the decaying Modernist buildings are paired with musings from Dubowitz and Duerden in a show at Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, in Brigstock Kettering, England, through July 26. fermynwoods.co.uk

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Artist Dan Dubowitz and architect Patrick Duerden have roamed northern Italy since 2005, jumping fences and trekking through forests on a quest for the architectural remains of fascist holiday camps that were built during Mussolini's regime in the 1920s and '30s. Photographs of the decaying Modernist buildings are paired with musings from Dubowitz and Duerden in a show at Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, in Brigstock Kettering, England, through July 26.
fermynwoods.co.uk