New special muster “BMW Art Cars | How a prophesy became reality.” in a BMW Museum.

Munich. The mythological array of Automobile Artworks
is entrance to Munich. At a new special muster entitled “BMW Art
Cars | How a prophesy became reality.” visitors will have the
event to douse themselves in a World of BMW Art Cars during the
BMW Museum. Between 10 Oct 2018 and Feb 2019, they will be
means to admire 7 out of a 19 vehicles in existence. Apart from
a initial 4 Art Cars famous during a “Big Four” executed by the
artists Alexander Calder, Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy
Warhol, a rolling sculpture #17 by Jeff Koons will also be on show.
Another prominence of a muster is supposing with a latest BMW
Art Cars #18 by Chinese video artist Cao Fei and #19 by US artist John
Baldessari as these cars applaud their premiere in Europe and take
a mythological array forward. The special muster also salutes the
work of a French begetter Hervé Poulain. As an auctioneer and
racing driver, he always straddled a worlds of art and engine sport.
He combined a couple between a dual genres with his thought of establishing
a singularity between art and engine competition that has continued to this
day. The muster presents a operation of papers from his collection
alongside works from a visible humanities with themes dedicated to engine sport.


Cao Fei takes a Art Car Series into a 21st century. 

Cao Fei and John Baldessari are following in a footsteps of their
shining predecessors as a youngest artist and a oldest artist.
They were comparison by a Jury done adult of museum directors and curators
to pattern a latest artworks to join a collection – dual BMW M6 GT3
automobiles. The 40-year-old Chinese artist Cao Fei links video art
with 3D animations along with elements of practical existence to present
scenes of amicable watershed in her home country. Her BMW Art Car #18
finished in CO black reflects a speed of change holding place in
China and a traditions and destiny of this country. She takes the
collection into a 21st century with a initial BMW Art Car combined
with an Augmented Reality-Video.


Subtle minimalism and bomb pattern in splendid colours.

The work of US artist John Baldessari has ranked among a pioneering
achievements of contemporary art given a 1960s. The fable of
American unpractical art has implemented his famous hallmark in the
19th BMW Art Car, and as a reliable minimalist he has worked
exclusively with a colours red, yellow, blue and green. The BMW Art
Car #17 combined by Jeff Koons in a form of a BMW M3 GT2 creates a
strikingly ostentatious impact during a special muster and represents a Pop
Art hommage to Koons’ purpose indication Andy Warhol with a sharp-witted brew of
striking designs, intense colours and representations of speed and
bomb forces.


The story of a BMW Art Cars.

The “big four” done their contributions interjection to Hervé Poulain’s
contacts with a many poignant Pop Art exponents of their time. On
his initiative, a US artist Alexander Calder embellished a 480 hp BMW
3.0 CSL in absolute colours and gave it elegantly winding surfaces in
1975. Hervé Poulain himself gathering this automobile during a 24 Hours of Le Mans
in 1975. The pattern combined by New Yorker Frank Stella in the
following year likewise lined adult on a starting grid during Le Mans in
1976. Pop Art fable Andy Warhol followed fit by immortalising his
grant in an pattern with a rarely particular approach. By
contrariety with his predecessors, he did not initial erect a true
scale indication of a car before handing over a final pattern to his
assistants. In 1979, he himself embellished a BMW M1 Group 4 automobile
from start to finish. He achieved this in only 28 minutes. When
a camera teams arrived to film a action, a pattern was almost
completed. Only a final brushstrokes could be documented on film.


Other eminent artists from opposite countries and art genres have
designed BMW array automobiles and racing cars, including Austrian
painter Ernst Fuchs (1982), Spanish designer and sculptor César
Manrique (1990) and British painter and draughtsman David Hockney
(1995), before US artist Jeff Koons resolved a array for a time
being with his Art Car #17 in 2010. The mythological array looks behind on
a story durability some-more than 40 years and it has been continued with
a BMW Art Cars #18 and #19. The Art Cars are now being presented at
a special muster in a BMW Museum and this birthright can be
gifted until Feb 2019.