The artist shows his vision of Naples through his artworks. It's the tale of a place that has no borders in time and space, characterized by an ironic and disrespectful rebelliousness. Only a deep knowledge of Neapolitan culture and art, gave him the chance to tell.
Three locations: Refettorio of San Domenico Maggiore, BRAU Research Library of the Humanities Area of the University of Naples Federico II and the Space NEA. The personal “Michael Rotondi. Ca piogg 'dint’ ‘o cor’ ” is a tribute to the Neapolitan capital. The choice of the title - a quote from the song "Tu t'e’scurdat‘ e me" by the famous Neapolitan artist Liberato - sounds like a declaration of love for the city.