MIA FAIR 2022 – MOSTRE

Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage
Olympism Made Visible
Alex Majoli e Lorenzo Vitturi

 

Alex Majoli, Rio de Janeiro. Marè community. August 2018.
Young boxer training in Fight for Peace facilities.
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Alex Majoli, Rio de Janeiro. August 2018.
Stephany Lima (19) practicing gymnastics in a park as part of One Win Leads to Another, a community-based programme committed to building leadership skills and confidence in adolescent girls through sport.
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Alex Majoli, Rio de Janeiro. Marè community. August 2018. Judo practice
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Alex Majoli, Rio de Janeiro. Marè community. August 2018.
A man watches his classmates during sports practice.
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Lorenzo Vitturi, Children during a “Skate and Create” session at the Skateistan skate school in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 2018.
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Lorenzo Vitturi, An instructor from Skateistan holds skateboards interlaced by the wheels at the skate school in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 2018.
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A sculpture made by Lorenzo Vitturi with the help of children at the skate school of things found at the school, including a skate deck, skate wheels, a helmet, a typical local scarf and a durian fruit. Made at Skateistan, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 2018.
© 2018 / Lorenzo Vitturi - International Olympic Committee - All Rights Reserved.

Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage
Olympism Made Visible
Fotografie di Alex Majoli e Lorenzo Vitturi


Olympism Made Visible
is a long-term international photography project newly initiated by the Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage (OFCH) to reveal the Olympic values and their impact when sport is placed at the service of humankind through community-based activities around the world.

How does the practice of sport make a difference in people’s lives, from young girls and women in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, to refugees at a camp in Rwanda, to ordinary citizens in urban centres across the globe?

Olympism Made Visible proposes to explore these questions through the creative vision of acclaimed international photographers who work at the intersection of fine art and social documentary.

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