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a Scientific Forum dedicated to the theme of Expo 2030 Rome’s candidacy

people and territories

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PALAIS BRONGNIART | PARIS | 2023

In Paris, the scientific forum dedicated to the dossier theme, it was the penultimate stop before the November vote, concluding Rome’s candidacy process as the host of Expo 2030. The Committee had three fundamental objectives for this event: to stimulate a comprehensive debate on the theme with voting countries, engage BIE delegates with an immersive experience, and persuade delegates to select Rome as the host of Expo 2030 due to the validity, universality, and attractiveness of the chosen theme.

The forum had three performances intertwined with the theme’s narrative. The world-renowned dance star, l’étoile Roberto Bolle, performed in the event, accompanied by the principal dancer of Milan’s La Scala Theater, Nicoletta Manni.

Cristian Taraborrelli was responsible for the set design of the event, in Palais Brongniart, in Paris, France, on October 11th, 2023.

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the stage

Created by Cristian Taraborrelli

The scenography bears the signature of the director and set designer Cristian Taraborrelli.

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rome in paris

STAR-TO-FINISH

THE project

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SET DESIGN RENDERING

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THE FINAL RESULT

 

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THE EVENT AT PALAIS BRONGNIART

 PARIS (FR)

 

THEY TOLD ABOUT the event

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Italy makes final push for Rome's Expo 2030 bid

"Places and people, nations and territories, the Earth and humanity. These are the protagonists of Rome and Italy's Expo 2030 proposal. Expo is a formidable vehicle of education, knowledge, and mutual understanding".

 

The President of the Italian Republic Sergio Mattarella

WANTED IN ROME | EXPO ROME OFFICIAL X ACCOUNT

BEHIND THE SHOW:
RENDERING PROJECT FOR PALAIS BRONGNIART
 

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Credits photos: Mirco Cosimo Magliocca