"The mind sets limits, the heart breaks them".
With this famous aphorism Jim Morrison described one of the greatest challenges of life: overcoming one's limits.
With the shots of Ability diversity Run for Art tells us how sport can be a fundamental ally. Where nature sets limits, will and determination know how to transform in a great athlete even someone, apparently, hampered by a diversity.
Run For Art shows us sport as a fundamental tool, certainly physical, but even more mental, for overcoming the limits that everyone, in their life path, inevitably meets.
Age diversity brings together sport and age: you are never too young or too old; mental attitude and will power are always the key to overcoming yourself.
12 photographs guide us through as many cultures. Where sport, training and competition become the bond between athletes deeply linked to their cultural origins, never neglected, but at the same time never limits to their passion and their will to make sport one of the most inspiring and significant experiences of their life.
If exists a field on which we are all equal, regardless of the color of the skin and the latitude at which we are born, this is the playing field. From a clay football field to the asphalt on which racing bikes whizz, in any competition, at any level, sport is always openness and sharing.
Sharing of efforts, satisfactions, victories. Where everyone gets in the game according to their characteristics and no one judges his opponent except for the qualities demonstrated in competition.
Among the major challenges of our day, gender equality remains an urgent need to which we all have to pay more and more attention, working together to make it a reality.
In this, too, sport is a precursor, intolerant by nature to preconceptions and restrictions of any kind. Whether it is a ring or a gym floor, the only obstacles to overcome are those imposed by the discipline: never by the belonging to a genre.