Suzuki Hybrid Art
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Dal 29 ottobre al 15 novembre, Suzuki Hybrid Art sarà protagonista di un'asta in favore della @gamtorino !
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You can be the new owner of Suzuki Hybrid Art: artwork, car and iconic symbol of the "Think Hybrid. Drive Suzuki" advertising campaign.
The artwork, created by internationally renowned set desginer and special effects artist Leonardo Giacomo Borgese, springs from to combining of colors to turn something tri-dimensional into a two-dimensional creation, displaying the constantly evolving nature of design, art, fashion and technology in the modern world.
This polymaterial work is a fine example of Borgese's style, which often features a multitude of different materials, making him an artist of reference in the areas of special effects, body painting and temporary tattoos.
The car underneath the painted film is an ultra-compact SUV with a simple yet unmistakable design: the Suzuki Ignis 1.2 Hybrid.
This 100% unique piece of Suzuki Hybrid Art aims to promote a pressing issue, one that Suzuki cares deeply about: raising awareness of consumption and harmful emissions by focusing on alternative and sustainable mobility.
- Height: 1.595 mm
- Length: 3.700 mm
- Width: 1.660 mm
- Weight: 910kg
GAM - Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Turin boasts 155 years of history and art with a collection of 47,000 works from the 1800s to the present day, including paintings, sculptures, installations, drawings and photographs.
In addition, the gallery houses one of the most important collections of artist films and videos in Europe, an art library comprising 140,000 volumes and a photographic archive of over 400,000 photographs. Turin was the first Italian city to promote a public collection of modern art as an integral part of its Civic Museum.
The building, designed by architects Carlo Bassi and Goffredo Boschetti, opened in 1959, today houses the works of the greatest Italian artists of the nineteenth century such as Canova, Fontanesi, Fattori, Medardo Rosso, Pellizza da Volpedo and the twentieth century including Balla, Boccioni, Casorati, Modigliani, De Chirico, Martini, Morandi, De Pisis and Fontana. The museum also boasts one of the most important collections of Arte Povera, including works by Merz, Boetti, Pistoletto, Paolini, Zorio, Anselmo and Penone and a rich offering of works by international artist such as Paul Klee, Francis Picabia, Picasso, Marx Ernst, Otto Dix and Alexander Calder.
The Museum is constantly evolving and in order to maintain the quality of its cultural offering it needs the help of a prestigious supporter. Together with Suzuki, the Museum will continue its commitment to modern and contemporary research. Auction proceeds will be donated entirely to GAM to maintain and invest in programs and heritage conservation activities.