Generation Project by Colin dutton

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A snapshot on the creative and the province of Treviso in Space Paraggi.

There is much talk of Made in Italy, star up, but also to network crises and brain drain. The British photographer Colin Dutton, who for many years lived in Conegliano, a year ago he chose to give a jolt and a strong signal of positivity turning a spot on the province of Treviso and its creative with Generation Project.

25 portrayed reality, put them in touch and united. The group made the force and, in a collaborative way, translated it into an exhibition, Spazio Paraggi from 20 20 December to January, and a website,, From which you can nominate to further fuel this reputation of excellence in the city of Treviso.

Each creative will showcase a performance of their work: artifacts and artifacts made by Creative, which often interface with the world, operating in different areas: from the creation of paper products to the graphic, from photography to sculpture, from fashion to industrial design, from illustration to brand design and web design, audio and video production.

The portraits taken by Colin are highly professional but made with the spirit of Polaroid, a Instagrammata - to use a term that goes down detailed of a territory. As explained by the photographer: "A few years ago there was much sadness in the air, however, I realized that there are many talents in the territory and who often work at international level. I wanted to photograph people optimistic, with energy and enthusiasm, and they had the talent. I tried to give a certain rhythm to all the portraits, the subjects are in fact, been adopted in full and within the places where they work. "

Graphics by Method Study

The inauguration will be held on Saturday December at 20 18.00.

In addition, the December 27 2014 at 17: 00 held a meeting on the role of creativity in today's time of crisis, entitled Everything's Design, in collaboration with The Key of Sophia during which attended by the

Prof. Fabrizio Panozzo of the Department of Management at the University Ca 'Foscari of Venice and Director of maclab, Anna Zerbaro Research Fellow in the Project X Promoted by the University Ca' Foscari of Venice and the Department of Management, Colin Dutton, Massimo Furlan of Macs Design, Gianpaolo Allocco of Delineo Design.

Opening hours of the exhibition:

20 2014 from December to January 20 2015. Monday to Friday from the 9.00 19.00. Saturday and Sunday from the 16.30 20.00

Location: Space Paraggi, Via Pescatori, 23, 31100 Treviso


Colin Dutton is a British photographer born in London and moved to Italy in 1966 2002. After graduating in Documentary Photography began working for companies, advertising agencies, publishing houses and newspapers in Italy and abroad.

In addition to the many exhibitions held in Treviso, has exhibited his photographs in exhibitions in London and Paris. He also worked for internationally renowned magazine National Geographic, The Independent and The Sunday Times Magazine.

25 creative

Viviana Carlet & Carlo Migotto (Lago Film Fest), Marta Cellini (fashion consultant), Alan Chies (photographer), Federica Dal Bo (web and graphic design), Delineo Design (Industrial Design & communication), Emo Design (Industrial Design & Business consultancy), Exit Studio (architecture), Nicola Ferrarese (illustration), Massimo Furlan (eco design), Hive Division (film production), Mauro Lovadina (motion graphic artist), Manifactory (illustration & communication design), Saul Marcadent (art organizer ), Method Studio (design & communication), Roberto Nicoletti (architecture), Filippo Perin (paper toy designer), John Pietrobon (sculptor), Chiara Pizzinato (fashion & textiles), Laura Wells (executive producer & stylist), David Ragonese ( industrial & texture design), Laura Riosa (footwear & creative design), Mauro Novels (photographer & video maker), Tailor & Tailor (graphic design & branding), Jeremiah Vinattieri (sound design), Matthew Zorzenoni (industrial design)


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