From 20 April to 1 July 2018, the Governor’s Palace, in the heart of Parma’s historic centre, will host a unique exhibition, The Third Day, curated by Didi Bozzini and promoted by the Municipality of Parma. This series of events will provide the city with the opportunity to reflect on themes related to the environment, sustainability, and man–nature relationship.
The Third Day, is the first in Italy to establish a ‘for benefit’ approach: 50% of the ticket sales will be given back to the Municipality of Parma to finance “Green Km”, an environmental sustainability project.
The Third Day tells about the world through images, where art is a privileged access portal to knowledge and enjoyment of Nature. The exhibition aims at offering a new and unexpected way of looking at sustainability, through contemporary art.
Chiesi, consistent with its commitment towards these subjects and towards the spread of a culture of sustainability, decided to support The Third Day, because it embodies the same philosophy that drives its strategy. Art offers an immediate language, which goes beyond every technicality and it’s able to make these messages disruptive, by directly touching people sensitivity.
There are 40 exhibiting artists with 115 works. For further information on The Third Day: http://www.ilterzogiorno.it/