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Today, we discuss "urban regeneration" often as the only way to revitalize those urban slices in the cities which has been forgotten or, somewhat, trivialized by consumer culture and tourism, which assault cities and tend to make them like an open-air playground. We should convey a process of "regeneration of collective memory" of the city through public exhibitions, as they were meant by the Venice Biennale or other cultural foundations rooted in cities during the '70s and '80s. How candoi:10.6092/issn.2612-0496/10129 fatcat:xymcdytor5cehkmxftviujgob4