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Date(s) - 1 Oct, 2021 - 31 Dec, 2021
10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Forma Meravigli - Project Room for Photography


About the exhibition

Milan hosts, once again, a beautiful collection of works resulting from one of the most important photo contests in the world: the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020. Now on its 56th edition, the photo exhibition can be admired in a brand-new location, Palazzo Francesco Turati.
The 100 prize-winning images on display have been selected from the 56th edition of the photography competition organised by the Natural History Museum in London, which saw the participation of 45,000 shots from 95 countries, taken by professional and amateur photographers.

What’s on display?

The images portray rare animals in their habitat, unusual behaviour and landscapes, and offer powerful examples on the beauty of nature but also its fragility to be defended and preserved.
In addition to the two top awards Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 and Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020, the exhibition shows all the winning and finalist images divided into categories. These include Amphibians and reptiles, Birds, Invertebrates, Mammals, Animals in their environment, Plants and fungi, Earth environments, The underwater world, Urban nature, Animal portraits, Black and white, Creative visions and Giovani (photographers up to 10 years old, 11 to 14 years old and 15 to 17 years old).
Other important sections are the documentary categories Wildlife Photographr Portfolio Award, Wildlife Photojournalism and Wildlife Photojournalist Story Award, Rising Star Portfolio Award, Eric Hosking Portfolio Award, Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species, which bring attention to the disruptive impact of man on nature.

Tickets and Information

The exhibition is hosted at Palazzo Francesco Turati (formerly-known as spazio Forma)
Via Meravigli, 7
M1 (red line) Cordusio

The Green Pass is required to access the exhibition.

Open Tue-Wed-Sat and Sun 10am-8pm; Thurs and Fri 10am-10.30pm.

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