The exhibition “All the hours in the world”, staged by Bracco Foundation, Associazione La Rotonda and CDI, has its inauguration on Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 6:30 PM in via Saint Bon 20, Milan. It can be visited until June 30, 2020.
A day-long photographic voyage through the daily life of 12 families in multi-ethnic Baranzate, near Milan.
A journey in stages through Ecuador, Italy, Morocco, Peru, Rumania, Salvador, Senegal, Somalia and Sri Lanka with the great photographer Gerald Bruneau that recounts, starting from infancy, the universal concepts of relationship and caring.
The exhibition is part of the “Kiriku -A school for inclusion” project to combat lack of education and offers, respecting the unities of time, place and action, an itinerary in which the code is intimacy, warmth and detail.
The exhibition is housed in the CDI - Centro Diagnostico Italiano from January 29 to June 30, 2020.
The cycle of exhibitions started in 2010 in collaboration with the CDI is renewed every year in the conviction, supported by scientific evidence, that exposure to art and culture helps an overall improvement in the quality of life, with the complementary objective of promoting growing talents.
Inauguration: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 6:30 PM
CDI - Centro Diagnostico Italiano
Via Saint Bon 20 Milan
The exhibition will remain open until June 30, 2020.
Hours: Monday to Friday 7 AM to 7 PM; Saturday 7 AM to 6 PM
Admission is free
The “All the hours in the world” exhibition on hospitality, relationships and care in multi-ethnic Baranzate
The photographic exhibition “All the hours in the world”, staged by Bracco Foundation and Associazione La Rotonda, highlights diversity starting from infancy and tells of the universal concepts of relationship and care through the work of the great photographer Gerald Bruneau that depicts the daily life of 12 Italian and multi-ethnic families in Baranzate.