Ars Maris

Wonders and fragility in the ocean. Photo exhibition

By Tempio del Futuro *Perduto

Ars Maris_Ophiuroidea (2021-04/2021-04) by Myriam El AssilTempio del Futuro *Perduto

ARS MARIS
Traveling exhibition on problems related to climate change and the consequences of human activities on the "ocean planet".

Exhibition and texts by Worldrise Onlus
With the support of Temple of the Future *Lost and New Renaissance Association.

Ars Maris_the sea starts from here (2021-04/2021-04) by MomussoTempio del Futuro *Perduto

Wherever you are, through every breath you take, every drop of water you drink

Ars Maris_the sea starts from here (2021-04/2021-04) by MomussoTempio del Futuro *Perduto

Your existence depends on the sea and the future of the sea depends on you.

Ars Maris_One World, One Ocean (2021-04/2021-04) by Hannah Lily StoweTempio del Futuro *Perduto

Ars Maris shows the wonders and fragility of the huge blue expanse that gives us life.

Ars Maris_We cannot stand still and watch (2021-04/2021-04) by Giovanni Brazzi e Beatrice MorinoTempio del Futuro *Perduto

Ars Maris invites artists and creatives to give voice to an ocean in rebellion.

Ars Maris_Hostages-Emotional Rescue (2021-04/2021-04) by Antonio PellicanoTempio del Futuro *Perduto

We can all contribute to the preservation of the planet.

Ars Maris_the sea starts from here (2021-04/2021-04) by MomussoTempio del Futuro *Perduto

The exhibition makes the observer aware the consequences of human activities on the "ocean planet.

Ars Maris_Coral Brain (2021-04/2021-04) by CTRLZAKTempio del Futuro *Perduto

The Mediterranean is a sea of ​​extraordinary beauty that is home to over 17,000 species making it a global biodiversity hotspot.

Ars Maris_Coral Brain (2021-04/2021-04) by CTRLZAKTempio del Futuro *Perduto

Unfortunately, however, it is also considered the most over-exploited sea in the world.

Ars Maris_ My home is your home (2021-04/2021-04) by Miriam Righini, Aurora BattagliaTempio del Futuro *Perduto

The temperature of its waters is rising.

Ars Maris_Absences-Attendance (2021-04/2021-04) by Cristina MiloneTempio del Futuro *Perduto

Every year 570,000 tons of plastic end up in the waters of the Mediterranean, the equivalent of 33,800 plastic bottles thrown into the sea every minute.

Ars Maris_Save the Ocean (2021-04/2021-04) by Aldo SacchettiTempio del Futuro *Perduto

These are problems to be addressed immediately.

Ars Maris_Coral Brain (2021-04/2021-04) by CTRLZAKTempio del Futuro *Perduto

The good news is that together we can build a better future for our sea.

Ars Maris_The sea of ​​plastic (2021-04/2021-04) by Ginevra De Luca.Tempio del Futuro *Perduto

The solution starts with knowledge, passes through awareness and manifests itself through action.

Credits: Story

Many thanks to all artists, their works have been offered to Worldrise Onlus:

Aldo Sacchetti, Andrea Benvenuti, Anna Rimoldi, Annarita Serra, Antonio Pellicano, Bianca Viola Biamonti, Cristina Milone, CTRLZAK, Duddu, Errata Carmona, Fernando Cobelo, Flora Gattoni, Ginevra De Luca, Giovanni Brazzi e Beatrice Morino, Greta Cominotti, Hannah Lily Stowe, Iena Cruz, Loredana Prevot, Lorenzo Sesini, Luca Rancy, Marley Alba, Miriam Righini e Aurora Battaglia, Momusso, Myriam El Assil, Riccardo Buonafede, Roberta Cavaliere, Santi Cassisi, Silvia Rossini, Stari Ribar, Thanos Zakopoulos, Victor Schnur, Yilin Chu e Shilu Chen

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