The Philosophy of Villabanks, Villabanks’ first book, will be released on January 16th


The Philosophy of Villabanks, Villabanks’ first book, will be released on January 16th

It’s called THE PHILOSOPHY OF VILLABANKS, it’s Villabanks’ first book and will be released on Monday 16 January.

β€œTHE PHILOSOPHY OF VILLABANKS” speaks to his fans, but also to those who have not yet had the opportunity to know him but who are reflected in the difficulties that everyone encounters or has encountered in becoming adults. Reflections and short poems that touch in a gentle but profound way on the most disparate topics, from responsibility to freedom, from love towards others to love for oneself, from social networks to loneliness. A book in which Gen Z can see themselves, which uses the language of its time, trying to break down taboos imposed by a society that does not know itself enough, a book that takes those who feel like a fish out of water by the hand and accompanies us in asking questions and seeking answers outside the box.

From Thursday 15 January the book’s instore tour will start from Milan, allowing fans to meet the artist around Italy. These are the first confirmed appointments:

Monday 15 January – Milan – Feltrinelli P.zza Piemonte 6.30pm TALK + COPY SIGN

Tuesday 16 January – Bologna – Feltrinelli P.zza Ravegnana – 6.00 pm COPY SIGNING

Wednesday 17 January – Florence – Feltrinelli Piazza della Repubblica at 6.00 pm COPY SIGNING

Tuesday 23 January – Rome – Feltrinelli Appia 6.00pm TALK + COPY SIGNING

Wednesday 24 January – Naples – Feltrinelli Martiri 6.00pm COPY SIGNING

Tuesday 30 January – Verona – Feltrinelli Via Quattro Spade 6.00 pm COPY SIGNING


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