In conversation with Connie Butler

In 1961, the American artist Marcia Hafif embarked upon a solo trip around Italy to visit its main art cities. Once she arrived in Rome, Marcia Hafif lived in the city for eight years, joining the Roman artistic community of the time, and exhibiting her work in important galleries such as La Salita and Qui Arte Contemporanea. In this interview, the artist looks back to that period, and explains how the city influenced her work.