MW Group India will gift the 17th BMW Art Car created utilizing the maximum renowned American artist Jeff Koons. His advent will be ultimately exhibited from nine-12 February 2018 at the India Art Fair in New Delhi. Jeff Koons created the seventeenth Art Car for BMW in 2010 with the BMW M3 GT2.
The BMW Art Cars or the ‘Rolling Sculptures’ are original masterpieces of art that show a person’s synthesis of creative expression and vehicle layout. Since 1975, 19 worldwide artists have created Art Cars based on modern BMW motors in their times, all providing an extensive range of inventive interpretations.
Mr. Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India, said, “At BMW, we simply don’t build magnetic motors. However, we additionally develop and make more robust intercultural platforms that help the foster multidisciplinary exchange of inspiring dialogues within the discipline of art, song, layout, and architecture. Designed by first-rate artists of their time, BMW Art Cars are extraordinary examples of the point where charming era, form, motors, and art intersect. With a specific exhibit of the BMW Art Car utilizing Jeff Koons at India
Art Fair, we bring but some other coveted masterpieces toward connoisseurs and consumers of art. Visitors can be able to find out the layout and innovative procedure of the 17th BMW Art Car at the India Art Fair 20″8.” The BMW Art Cars are a fundamental factor and a middle platform of BGroup’sp’s cultural engagement. They are distinct creations combining vehicles, era, design, and artwork.
BMW Art Car Collection
For over 40 years, BMW Art Car Collection has had exciting art and layout enthusiasts as well as enthusiasts of vehicles and generation with its specific aggregate of fine art and revolutionary automobile generation. Several automobiles from BMW Art Car Collection are typically on display at the BMW Museum in Munich, the home of
BMW Art Cars, as a part of its everlasting series. The ultimate BMW Art Cars travel the globe – to artwork fairs as well as exhibitions. The BMW Art Car collection turned into born when French race vehicle driving force and art aficionado Hervé Poulain, together with Jochen Neerpasch, then BMW Motorsport Director, asked his artist friend
Alexander Calder to design a vehicle. The result turned into a BMW three. Zero CSL, which competed in 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1975, quickly became tgroup’sp’s favored. Since then, 19 international artists have designed BMW models, among them a number of the most renowned artists of our time: Alexander Calder (BMW 3.0 CSL, 1975), Frank Stella (BMW three.0 CSL, 1976), Roy Lichtenstein (BMW 320 Group 5, 1977), Andy Warhol (BMW M1 Group 4, 1979), Ernst Fuchs (BMW 635CSi, 1982)
Robert Rauschenberg (BMW 635CSi, 1986), Michael Jagamara Nelson (BMW M3 Group A, 1989), Ken Done (BMW M3 Group A, 1989), Matazo Kayama (BMW 535i, 1990), César Manrique (BMW 730i, 1990), A. R. Penck (BMW Z1, 1991), Esther Mahlangu (BMW 525i, 1991), Sandro Chia (BMW M3 GTR, 1992), David Hockney (BMW 850CSi, 1995), Jenny Holzer (BMW V12 LMR, 1999), Ólafur Eliasson (BMW H2R, 2007), Jeff Koons (BMW M3 GT2, 2010), John Baldessari (BMW M6 GT3) and Cao Fei (BMW M6 GT3).