Francesco Raffaele Mutti. Milanese by birth, Tuscan by adoption. He is mad keen on the music of Prince, Japanese animation, cinema of all genres, classical literature, Shakespeare's theatre and that bizarre thing called “art”. He focuses on contemporary art because he believes in the importance of the hen of tomorrow. One day he met Carlo Pepi, who turned to him and said, in his whispered voice, “You have a bent for art”. And he believed it without asking questions. He lives in his car, driving around Italy, because he is convinced that curiosity rarely has a fixed abode.