In Milan comes the installation to experience the SOS of plastic at sea first hand
On the occasion of the Milan Fashion Week for Men, at White in the heart of the Tortona Fashion District, Get in Sync Water opens from June 15th to 17th, an installation that will take visitors directly to the bottom of the sea
The 65thedition of the Taormina FilmFest, running from June 30 to July 6, 2019, will host the European premiere of Spider-Man: Far From Home, to be played at the ancient Roman theatre of Taormina on the night of July 5
Last Saturday, “Terzo Paradiso”, the most renowned collective work by Michelangelo Pistoletto, met the sea for the first time at the port of Catania, where it was assembled out of plastics waste.
30-meter long and 12-meter wide, the installation was set up on a floating dock by citizens, who used plastics retrieved from the sea in order to relieve the pollution of the Mediterranean
Japan has been bucking the trend since the 1970’s, when it launched a policy of road decoration involving everything down to the sewerage manhole covers.
The project was inaugurated for the Expo ’75 on the Okinawa island, and has been spreading all over the country since.
Over forty years have passed, and in 2017, the city of Kawagoe, in the prefecture of Saitama, even hosted a festival where 58 different kinds of decorated manhole covers were exhibited.
Palazzo Pirelli’s Spazio Eventi in Milan has inaugurated a collective contemporary art exhibition titled “Arte e Salute. Alle radici della prevenzione” (“Art and Health. The Foundations of Prevention”), promoted bySIBioC (the Italian society of clinical biochemistry and molecular biology)and part of the digital project “Family Health”, aiming at raising awareness on prevention as the first crucial tool to take care of our health