BioPhotoFestival 2018: Photo Exibitions

Photo Exhibition Planet Earth. A world to save

Luca Bracali (ITA) - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luca_Bracali

Exposure September 28 to 30 at the Council Chamber of the Municipality’s Budoia - Free Access

Planet Earth. A world to save is the title of the photographic exhibition that collects 50 extraordinary shots: precious and suggestive images that tell the natural world, its colors and its kaleidoscopic complexity, on a fascinating journey through oceans and continents, exotic landscapes and aurora borealis, from Alaska to Burma, to New Caledonia.

The beauty of photographs strikes the heart of observes, offering the opportunity to reflect on a theme of vital importance: the protection of our planet and its fragile ecosystem.

Luca Bracali has travelled to 140 countries, is author of 13 books and winner of 11 prizes in International photo contests. Since 2008 he is a member of Apecs (Association of Polar Early Career Scientists) for his contributions about environment published in the media. In 2009 he was the only reporter to reach the geographic North Pole on skis. In 2010 Bracali debuted in the world of fine-art photography and his pictures have been on show, as solo exhibitions, in 50 museums and galleries in Rome, Sofia, Kiev, Odessa, Copenaghen, Montreal and New York. Tv director of Rai 1 since 2011 and documentary-maker for Rai 2 and Rai 3, Bracali published 14 reportages on Nation­al Geographic. The Minor Planet Center in Cambridge has entitled in his name the 198.616th asteroid discovered.




Photo Exhibition "BioPhotoContest 2018 - Prairies, steppes and savannah”

Exhibition of 80 finalist images at the 5° international nature photography contest for Biomes of the planet Earth. The theme of this third edition is dedicated to the biome of Prairies, steppes and savannah.

Exhibition at marquee, Free access.



Photographer exhibition stands



Exhibitions at marquee - Free entrance.

Opening hours:

Friday: 05:00pm - 09:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 07:30pm , Sunday: 10:00am - 06:00pm