The exhibition “Life as a scientist” presents the faces and the competences of some of the greatest Italian women scientists, protagonists of the “100 women against stereotypes” project that was created to highlight female expertise in sectors still perceived as male dominated.
The great digital exhibition of Google Arts & Culture "Once upon a Try" breaks down geographical barriers and makes accessible important content globally. The exhibition unites the collections, accounts and knowledge of more than 110 institutions of 23 countries, united to reveal thousands of years of discoveries and the great minds behind them.
In 2017 Bracco Foundation, in collaboration with CDI-Centro Diagnostico Italiano, is organising two exhibitions in the Milan clinic which has long been also a place for exhibitions.
The “Inside Caravaggio” exhibition is a unique exhibit that brings together 20 works by the master painter for the first time (from 28th September to 28th January 2018 at Palazzo Reale, Milan). For its 90th anniversary, the Bracco Group has contributed to the organisation of this cultural event by conducting diagnostic analyses on the works, which reveal the artist’s creative process.
Bracco Foundation is continuing also in 2018 with its cycle of exhibitions at CDI – Centro Diagnostico Italiano. This year the photographic exhibition, to be held from July 2nd to October 31st, entitled “Wasteland.The Garbage Patch State”, an artistic project created by architect and designer Maria Cristina Finucci, to make the general public aware of one of the most serious environmental emergencies of our time, plastic pollution in the seas.
In 2016 Bracco Foundation and CDI - Italian Diagnostic Centre organized two exhibitions dedicated to female universe, to its energy and creative vitality.
Torviscosa is an example of positive osmosis between industry, the local area and the environment, where 14 years ago the Bracco Group recovered a part of the historic industrial site of SNIA Viscosa dating back to the 1930s in order to house SPIN, one of its most technologically sophisticated production facilities.
The exhibition "Janello Torriani. Renaissance genius", organised and promoted by the Municipality of Cremona in collaboration with the Arvedi Buschini Foundation, Unomedia, Fundacion Juanelo Turriano and supported by the Bracco Foundation, opens to the public from 10th September 2016 to 29th January 2017 at the Museum of the Violin in Cremona.
The collaboration with the CDI - Italian Diagnostic Centre as part of the series of exhibitions performed with young artists and hosted by the clinic continues: in 2015 the project generated two exhibition itineraries.
More than 200 Greek, Magna Graecia and Roman works: representing nature and man's impact on nature and the environment.
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