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Gemma Tarafa, Health Commissioner, visits the exhibition "Barcelona Printlife"


The Health Commissioner, Gemma Tarafa, and Pilar Solanes, head of the health department of the Barcelona City Council, visited today the photographic exhibition "Barcelona Printlife" in favor of Alzheimer's research. Tarafa, during her visit, has valued very positively this initiative that aims to join efforts and find a solution to a social problem, like Alzheimer's and dementias, that affects more and more people all over the world.

“Barcelona Printlife”, which can be visited until January 20th at the Disseny Hub Barcelona, brings together a total of 7000 pictures that anonymous people have shared, voluntarily, through the digital platform Inspire Printing driven by Fujifilm. The aim of the exhibition is to raise funds for Alzheimer's research and to highlight the value of images as a key element for a long-lasting memories.


Gemma Tarafa at Barcelona Printlife

Gemma Tarafa at Barcelona Printlife



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