70 YEARS FROM THE FIRST F1 CHAMPIONSHIP

70 YEARS FROM THE FIRST F1 CHAMPIONSHIP

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Call Type Unspecified
Call Eligibility International
Entry Dates 8/6/21, 12:00 AM - 10/5/21, 12:00 AM 8 Days Left
Entry Fee? Yes (25 )
70 YEARS FROM THE FIRST F1 CHAMPIONSHIP




Description

From its beginnings to the present day, from Fangio to Hamilton, the drivers, the machines, the circuits, the glamour, the passion, the adventure… F1 has inspired generations of artists and will continue to do so for many years.
LAP 1
Artists from all over the world are invited to participate in this campaign to support the Fangio Museum Foundation through its unique vision of the 70 years of F1. Registration for Lap 1 will close on October 5th, 2021. Three artists will be selected and will obtain the following benefits:

Important percentage from the sales of selected artworks in Limited Editions (3,500 reproductions)
40% of the auction sale price of the selected works (To take place in November 2021)
Exhibition at the Fangio Museum.
Solo exhibition at the Kolaborart 3D Gallery.
Featured on four pages in the hardcover and E-book commemorative of "70 Years of the First F1 Championship" that will be marketed internationally in 2022. Interview and photos of the artist and his work.
Promotion through social networks with hundreds of thousands of followers. 

Shortlisted artists will get the following benefits:

Option to introduce the shortlisted artworks at the Fangio Museum auctions (To take place in November 2021)
Group exhibition at the Kolaborart 3D Gallery
Featured on one page in the hardcover book and E-book commemorative of “70 Years of the First F1 Championship” that will be marketed internationally in 2022. Interviews and photos of the artist and his work.
Promotion and through social networks with hundreds of thousands of followers.

"70 Years From the First F1 Championship" is a unique opportunity for artists from all corners of the planet to show how motorsport inspires in the creation of extraordinary artworks.


Posted on: 8/6/21, 10:00 PM