David LaChapelle, the great American artist and photographer, comes back,…
At the Palazzo delle esposizioni in Rome, with a single ticket, it’s possible to visit two interesting exhibitions, “Numbers all that counts from zero to infinity” and “Food, the future of food“
The exhibition “the Future of Food” of National Geographic, collects more than 90 photographs taken around the world with charts and texts that highlight all the problems associated to nutrition,
such as: food waste, the impact that the livestock holdings and agriculture have on the climate, the land, the forests and the consequent increase of aquaculture.
The need for more food in a world increasingly populated, brings serious dangers to the air we breathe and the waters of the planet and to our future.
In the exhibition are then highlighted possible solutions to solve the problem of food: make land productive and use resources more efficiently, diet change, reduce waste, trying in this way to
achieve a new balance between resources, nutrition and population .
The exhibition “Numbers, all that counts from zero to infinity” is deticated to the fascinating universe of numbers that is told through artifacts and precious multimedia installations to engage visitors in the discovery of this theme.
The exhibition begins by giving the visitor an idea of numbers showing how to “count” and “record” have evolved and how they are different from place to place.
Are then described and shown calculation tools, designed and built by the men of every age, to try to overcome their limitations of understanding and knowledge.
Are then treated the numbers “pure” than “applied”, that is, to those that allow us to measure.
The path ends by reflecting on the abstract dimension of the numbers.
More details on this interesting exhibition on the official website http://www.numeri-lamostra.it/en
Where: Palazzo delle esposizioni, Via Nazionale, 194 00184 Rome
When: Exhibition on “Numbers” until May 31, 2015, Exhibition on the “Future of Food”, up to 1 March
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10:00am to 8:00pm
Friday, Saturday: 10:00am to 10:30pm
Sunday: 10:00am to 8:00pm
Admission is allowed until one hour before closing time
One ticket to visit both exhibitions: Adults € 12.50 – € 10.00 reduced
reduced 7/18 years € 6.00 – free for up to 6 years
Info-Line: Call center 06 39967500