About 150 pieces designed by Riccardo Dalisi, an Italian designer globally recognized for transforming discarded items, including glasses, cans, and metals, into artistic craftworks, will be displayed at the Seoul Citizens Hall for the first time in Korea. In 1981, Riccardo Dalisi received the Compasso d’Oro, an industrial design award originating in Italy.
The majority of his artworks were created together with kids and job-seekers who had once been his students. In this exhibition of his works, the viewers will have an opportunity to recognize both the artistic qualities and importance of our planet’s ecosystem and natural environment by appreciating how these discarded objects have been instilled with new vitality.
“Pucca,” an animated character popular among people of all ages and genders, will introduce the policies of the city government through the Together Seoul Exhibition while also conducting a variety of activities, such as photo shoots with key policies in the background, an exhibition of citizen’s stories related to city policies, and drawing postcards of Pucca. With such diverse and entertaining events, and by presenting important policy information in a highly accessible way, this exhibition is expected to bring enjoyment to kids as well as adults.