Open air photo exhibition by the Korean artist Daesung Lee, at the foot of the biggest glacier in the Dolomites
The visual encounter between two places of unique beauty, such as Mongolia and the Marmolada, is the new proposal by Collettivo Fotosocial (a social advancement association) which brings the photo project “Futuristic Archaeology” by the Korean artist Daesung Lee to the foot of the biggest glacier in the Dolomites, from 19th August to 17th September 2017.
The goal of the project is to make people think about climate changes that are happening on our planet and on the social consequences that these will bring. The pictures taken by Daesung Lee represent the transformation of some areas in Mongolia, before and after the desertification process that the territory is experiencing.
The exhibition will be set open air at Pian dei Fiacconi, at 2.626 m. on the North side of the Marmolada, in the nearest of Pian dei Fiacconi Refuge. You can reach it from Passo Fedaia with the lift (15 mins) or on foot along path no. 606 (2 hours walking).