Our World – National Geographic in Rome

April 27th, 2010 by admin

National Geographic photographers have been telling the story of human beings of the world with extraordinary images for over a century. These works are on display in the collective exhibition “Our World” at Rome’s Palazzo delle Esposizioni from 6 February to 2 May.

This is National Geographic Italia’s third show, following “Water, Air, Fire and Earth” and “Mother Earth”, and proposes 90 splendid photos that have not yet been on display by the fine photographers working for the magazine in Italy and throughout the world, telling the story of the human family in the most diverse locations. Feelings, values, moods and lifestyles reveal the great “similarities” between the world’s populations and human individuals. These photographs not only make it possible for us to see this, they help us understand, share, stand with and feel for our fellow human beings. These pictures focus our gaze on the world, through good times and bad and help us feel closer to our fellow man.

During the exhibition at Rome’s Palazzo delle Esposizioni, there will also be workshops, debates with experts and photographers about main themes of “Our World”: environmental impact, global warming, energy development, new resources, nourishment, bio-sustainability and new economy.

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