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And ‘dedicated to Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe (3,350 meters above sea level) – which today in Phnom Penh, Cambodia (June 16 to 27) was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site – a photo exhibition of photojournalist Antonio Parrinello organized in Catania (Palace of Culture, via Vittorio Emanuele 121) from 4 July to 4 August 2013.

“Etna Unesco World Heritage” is the title of media: in the exhibition are 40 posters of shots taken by Parrinello during his twenty years of experience as a video room will host the screening of a series of short and medium-length films that feature the Etna , its craters, its forests. An installation of the designer and “experimenter fashion” Marella Ferrera, drawing on its Historical Archive, will pay tribute to the “Mountain” with a dress-sculpture fabric with slivers of lava stone ceramizzata which emphasizes the ancestral link between the volcano and its people. It will be a journey in pictures between the lunar landscapes, the green of centuries old woods, the snow at high altitudes and the evolution of the pyrotechnic Sicilian volcano. A path that draws the viewer to the primordial nature of the planet and its four elements: fire and liquid rock, earth, ice, and wind. Next, witness the extraordinary and spectacular – even in its violence – the nature of the volcano, the men who live with this bully and striking reality: volcanologists, geologists, guides, mountain rescue, civil defense volunteers. At the exhibition is devoted to a catalog and a photo contest on the theme Etna (color sections, white / black, video, expired on 22 October 2013).

LINK Etna Unesco World Heritage

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