March 31 - April 12, 2017
10 AM to 8 PM
Ventura Lambrate
VIA CONTE ROSSO, 8 - MILAN, ITALY

One Planet One Future is an ongoing artistic project by Anne de Carbuccia to document human caused threats to the environment.

One Planet One Future

Anne de Carbuccia uses photographs, installations, videos and conferences to show images of cultural and spiritual relevance that powerfully depict what we have and what we may lose.

Climate change is decimating the habitats of the earth’s most beautiful and majestic creatures. The time to act is now. 

One Planet One Future harnesses the universal language of art to raise awareness and inspire individual action. Through her photographs, Anne de Carbuccia aims to draw attention to the current environmental crisis and to move people to change behaviors and habits that contribute to it.

Anne de Carbuccia’s photographs are taken on location and are both an homage to their subjects—water, disappearing environments, endangered species and cultures—and a hard examination of the often ruinous effects of pollution and war. They record what is fast disappearing for future generations while serving as a plea to reimagine a new world.

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Themes

One Planet One Future photography, film, and art installations, highlights human-caused threats to the planet including water scarcity, species extinction, and pollution

THE FOUNDATION SUPPORTS THE MAKING OF ARTWORK AND THE CREATION OF FREE EXHIBITIONS AROUND THE WORLD IN AN EFFORT TO CHANGE INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE BEHAVIORS TOWARDS THE ENVIRONMENT.

Time Shrine Foundation

The Time Shrine Foundation is a nonprofit organization established to support the creation of the artwork and aid the effort to raise awareness of environmental preservation and climate change.

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Anne
de Carbuccia

Anne de Carbuccia is a French - American artist. 

Her studies in Anthropology and Art History at Columbia University developed her interest in the concept of human beings as a new geological force and shaped her desire to raise awareness through art on the dangers of the new Anthropocene geological era.

She has traveled the globe for several years documenting the evolution of the planet and the relationship between mankind and the environment.

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