Exhibitions

Experience the most significant stages of the project, cast your eyes over large scale images that reveal the effects of climate change, get a feel of what it was like to be there thanks to videos, interactive installations, vintage material, scientific data and maps.

This is all made possible by the “On the Trail of the Glaciers” exhibition, with its display of 40 photographic comparisons shot during the expeditions.

The exhibition is available in three formats with different content (Full Exhibition – Large Expedition – Short Exhibition). Full details are available on the technical data sheet, downloadable here.

For more information on the exhibition please contact us using the form.


Exhibitions showcase
  • Nuova Dalhi dal 17 aprile al 18 maggio 2018
    Ambasciata Italiana a New Delhi

    3500 visitors in one month. Exhibition organized in occasion of the Italian Research Day

  • Roma dal 16 al 22 aprile 2018
    Auditorium Parco della Musica

    18.000 visitors in one week. Exhibition organized in occasion of the National Geographic Science Festival

  • Roma dal 6 al 17 novembre 2017
    Auditorium Enel S.p.a.

    3000 visitors in two weeks between Enel employees and students

  • Roma 7 dicembre 2016
    Auditorium Enel S.p.a.

    400 visitors in one week

  • Roma 2014 - 2015
    Museo Nazionale Preistorico Etnografico Luigi Pigorini

    35.000 visitors in three months, 300 spectators at the conference, 400 spectators at each screening of a documentary, 20 people per group for guided tours up to 4 groups per day

  • Torino 2014
    Palazzo della Regione Piemonte

    23.500 visitors in one month during of the Festival Memorandum

  • Biella 2014
    Palazzo Ferrero

    13.000 visitors in one month during of the Festival Memorandum

  • Bolzano 2013
    Messner Mountain Museum Firmian

    100.000 visitors in nine months

  • Roma 2011
    Società Geografica Italiana

    300 visitors in three days

  • Roma 2010
    Sala Comunale Santa Rita

    15.000 visitors in two months

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