UNKNOWN PLACES - THE EXHIBITION

TitleUNKNOWN PLACES - THE EXHIBITION
BrandLUFTHANSA
Category D06. Live Advertising & Events
Product/ServiceEXHIBITION
Entrant STV DDB Milan, ITALY
Idea Creation STV DDB Milan, ITALY
Production KAREN FILM Milan, ITALY
Credits
Name Company Position
Luca Cortesini DDB Group Italy Executive Creative Director
Gabriele Caeti DDB Group Italy Executive Creative Director
Milton Siclari DDB Group Italy Creative Supervisor
Stefano Tunno DDB Group Italy Creative Supervisor
Giacomo Morbidi DDB Group Italy Art Director
Giorgio Turco DDB Group Italy Senior Copywriter
Silvia Plebani DDB Group Italy Art Director
Nicolò Augelli DDB Group Italy Social Media Director
Ornella Messina DDB Group Italy Community Manager
Laura Fratini DDB Group Italy Head of digital planning
Sonia Magri DDB Group Italy Group Operation Director

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A photo exhibition was organized at La Triennale di Milano, one of the sacred places of Italian art. 10 works (150x200 cm each one) depicting places that are still unknown and unexplored, each with its own history. The path, through a 370m2 hall, took visitors to a reveal area where they discovered that those places did not really exist but that were been created by mixing together real locations. The exhibition was revived in 2019 in Paris, Dubai, Madrid and Stockholm.

Cultural / Context information for the jury

Italians believe that Internet is enough to discover the world even if historically they have always been explorers and artists, open to contamination with other cultures (More than 2 milions of Italian post fake pictures of their vacation – Source: Il Fatto Quotidiano newspaper). Starting from the close connection they have with art, we have organized the first fake travel exhibition in one of the sacred places of Italian Art: La Triennale di Milano. With a journey through the artworks, visitors lived an experience to rediscover the pleasure of traveling and exploring a place with their own eyes.