Until September 22, the museum complex of Santa Maria della Vita hosts the photo exhibition “Planet or Plastic?”, An engaging journey divided into forty photos and two video-installations aimed at provoking a reflection on the material that has become synonymous with degradation and destruction of the planet.
The route of the exhibition alternates photographs of the great reporters of National Geographic with the original artistic work of Mandy Barker.
Inside the exhibition the installation Iceberg by Francesca Pasquali and the projection of the National Geographic documentary “Point of no return” by director Fisher Stevens and actor Leonardo Di Caprio. The exhibition will also support a major awareness-raising project, namely the Plastic Monument – Architectural Design Competition.
The exhibition is free of charge and the ticket costs € 12 for the Open ticket (valid for the entire duration of the exhibition), € 10 for the full fare, € 8 for the holders of the Compianto ticket, € 5 for holders of the Metropolitan Museum Card of Bologna.
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Tickets available on the Genus Bononiae website.