CURATOR: Director Natural History Museum Jesolo/Venice Italy, CO-Curator: Director Neanderthal Museum, Germany, Museum Tampere, Finnland
LENDERS: Natural History Museum Venice, Italy, Neanderthal Museum Germany
The exhibition is a fascinating journey to prehistoric times enabling visitors to discover the life during the Ice Age, where humans, mammoths and other huge mammals coexisted. The exhibition reveals the life and diversity of the great predators and herbivores emphasizing on their interaction with humans. The exhibition displays extraordinary life size reproductions of a mammoth-family as well as the reproduction of the famous baby-mammoths called Lyuba and Dima.
The first part of the exhibition is dedicated to the Ice Age Hunters, to their everyday life and artistic production. Through an immersive room visitor can experience the artistic production of humans during the Ice Age. The second part presents the life of mammals and their interaction with humans. The exhibition includes original objects, interactives, reconstructions of artefacts and environments. Especially the life size reproductions of the big mammals, like the mammoth family, makes the visit unique and touching for visitors of all ages.
Created in collaboration with Contemporanea Progetti.
Available Package Options
Collection and interpretation
Past and Future Venues
Mammuz Museum Mistelbach, Austria
Exhibition Center Amsterdam, Netherlands
Museum Tampere Finnland