The exhibition, The Skin of Rock GALAPAGOS by Enzo Barracco, was born from an idea of the European Commission Representation in Italy, and was organized in collaboration with the Associazione Promotori Musei del Mare and the Mu.MA. It is presented from 23 December to 31 January at the Galleria delle Esposizioni of the Galata Museo del Mare in Genoa, in a national preview.
At the inauguration, scheduled for December 23 at 12 noon, in addition to the photographer Enzo Barracco, will be attended by: Pierangelo Campodonico Director of the Mu.MA, Mauro Iguera President of the Association of Promoters of the Sea Museums, Massimo Pronio Head of Communication European Commission Representation in Italy, Nicoletta Viziano President Mu.MA. Free admission for the duration of the exhibition, upon presentation of a green pass.
World Heritage Site by UNESCO, National Park and Marine Reserve, the Galapagos archipelago, in Ecuador, is told through 10 large-format images that immortalize its lava rocks and the unique endemic animal species that populate it: from blue albatross, one of a kind, giant tortoises, marine iguana. Animal species that were the subject of Charles Darwin's research on the spot. The official name of the Galapagos Islands is the Colombo Archipelago.