Inauguration, on Thursday 15, of the Exhibitions of GenerAZIONE2026 at the Chamber of Commerce

Images of past Winter Games, historical shots of women and sport, innovation in business

Events - published on 16 September 2022
Source: Press Office Presidency of the Chamber of Commerce of Treviso – Belluno | Dolomites
Inauguration of the exhibitions at the Chamber of Commerce.
Tribute to Leonardo del Vecchio by Mario Pozza, President of the Chamber of Commerce of Treviso – Belluno, President Destro of Assindustria Venetocentro , CIO Culture Commission
member and FICTS President Prof. Ascani.
Presentation of the exhibitions, whose themes are: the images of the Winter Games from Cortina 1956 to Beijing 2022; the imprint of innovation with the companies of the Sportsystem Foundation and
Confartigianato Marca trevigiana, the historical images of women and sport.
The Exhibitions:
1. “1956-2022: ICE AND SNOW FOR THE GAMES“: An “interactive” photographic journey with the most beautiful images of the Winter Games from Cortina 1956 to Beijing 2022, accompanied by
Olympic images (documentaries, short films, feature films, etc.), on the themes of Peace, Olympic Truce, Inclusion and Equality.
2. “WOMEN AND THE GAMES – PROTAGONISTS AT THE GAMES“: a “women’s” initiative aimed at highlighting the role of women in sport with the most beautiful exclusive images of the athletes who
have made the history of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
3. “OLYMPIC GAMES AND PODIUM FILMS“: 2 installations with posters of 54 Olympic films with the projection of Olympic images of all times.
4. “THE SUNDAY OF ‘CORRIERE’“: 20 original journalistic covers of the Olympic Games.
5. “THE IMPRINT OF INNOVATION: HOW THE SPORTSYSTEM DISTRICT CHANGED THE WORLD OF SPORTSWEAR“: the tangible and intangible heritage of the Montebelluna District, specialised in the
development and production of sports footwear and equipment.
6. “HOMAGE TO LEONARDO DEL VECCHIO“: an installation dedicated to the founder of Luxottica.
7. “CINEMA GOES TO BASKETBALL“: 20 panels on the history of basketball in the cinema.

Free entrance open to the public at the Chamber of Commerce.
Friday 16 September and Saturday 17 September from 9.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m.

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