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HH Sheikh Mansoor to open The Sheikha Manal Young Artist Award Exhibition

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HH Sheikh Mansoor to open The Sheikha Manal Young Artist Award Exhibition

4100An exhibition featuring 50 shortlisted artwork submissions for The Sheikha Manal Young Artist Award will open tomorrow - Thursday, 15th January, 2015 at 7:00pm in CITY WALK, Jumeirah at the junction of Al Wasl and Al Safa roads. The exhibition will be inaugurated by His Highness Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman Of Dubai International Marine Club, in the presence of VIP guests comprising of representatives from the Judges Panel, Board Members from Dubai Women Establishment, distinguished members of the local and international art community and members of the media. The show will be open to the public until Saturday, 24th January, 2015 from 10 am to 10 pm.

The open-air exhibition, which will feature 50 artworks by young Emirati and UAE-based artists - and is curated by Patricia Millns, Artist and Advisor - will be open to the public, strategically located within the heart of the city’s urban arts scene at CITY WALK - the premium outdoor destination by Meraas Holding. Designed for discerning visitors with eclectic taste, CITY WALK has quickly become an urban cultural hub of the city, making it the ideal location to host the 9th edition of the Exhibition of 50 Shortlisted Artworks of The Sheikha Manal Young Artist Award.

The Sheikha Manal Young Artist Award has been around since 2006 as an annual visual arts competition which aims to encourage, recognize and promote emerging artists from the UAE and is especially popular amongst university students majoring in Art, Design and Multimedia.

The year will also mark a further increase in the total prize money. The new value totals AED 415,000, will break down as a AED 50,000, AED 30,000 and AED 20,000 cash prize for winner, runner up and second runner up, respectively of the four competition categories (Fine Arts, Photography, Multimedia and Design) along with a bigger cash prize of AED10,000 for the winner of the ‘People’s Choice Award’, and the introduction of the #ClickYAA Competition category, where the winner will receive a cash prize of AED5,000.

Furthermore, following the opening of the exhibition on Thursday, 15th January 2015, the public will have a chance to vote for their favourite art work for ‘The People’s Choice Award’ through the website’s online voting feature. The People’s Choice Award is distinctive in that it is the only award that is not conferred by the jury. Rather, it is bestowed on the finalist artist whose work receives the most public votes. To view the 50 shortlisted entries and to submit your vote for ‘The People’s Choice Award’ please visit www.youngartistaward.ae.

The distinguished panel of judges for the 2014 edition of the Award comprises of industry professionals and practicing artists from the local and international art community, which includes Dr. Lamees Hamdan, Commissioner of the National Pavilion of the United Arab Emirates at La Biennale di Venezia 2013, Fatma Lootah, Emirati Artist, Reem Fadda, Associate Curator of Guggenheim Museum Abu Dhabi, Antonia Carver, Fair Director of Art Dubai, Cyril Zammit, Fair Director of Design Days. The winning artists will be announced during the Gala Award Ceremony to be held in late-January 2015.

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Intertek to Speak at SAUDI TRANSTEC 2014 Exhibition and Conference

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Intertek to Speak at SAUDI TRANSTEC 2014 Exhibition and Conference

43Intertek, a leading quality solutions provider to industries worldwide, will be presenting at the 5th International SAUDI TRANSTEC 2014 Exhibition and Conference in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, taking place December 8 - 10, 2014. The three day event showcases the new developments within Saudi Arabia’s transport and logistics industry, explores supply chain challenges and shares new process solutions and improvements.

Dr. Andrew Swift, Senior Vice President, will be describing ways to minimize unseen Corporate Risk from the supply chain across different industry sectors using tools such as Intertek’s own Global Supplier Management (GSM) System.

“Intertek understands the difficulties that global companies face in firstly identifying and then validating the credentials of all of their suppliers when assessing risk within their supply chain,” said Dr. Swift. “The frequency and level of disruption depends upon an array of factors including; a supplier’s financial credentials, manufacturing quality, safety, and security, as well as its sustainability and social responsibility. Intertek’s GSM is one web-based platform, which enables companies to efficiently and effectively evaluate their supplier’s performance verified supplier data in the areas most critical to their business.”

Increasing Corporate standards for better risk management, compliance and product traceability are driving the need for higher-quality information management and supply chain transparency. GSM provides cost-effective supplier management enabling companies to quickly and easily find the key information required to reduce supply chain risk.

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Rasasi Perfumes showcase their perfumes in the Kuwait International Perfumes & Cosmetics Exhibition FORUM”

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Rasasi Perfumes showcase their perfumes in the Kuwait International Perfumes & Cosmetics Exhibition FORUM”

412Rasasi Perfumes, one of the leading names in the regional perfumery is showcasing a rich array of most exclusive and exquisite range of mukhalats, DhanelOuds, concentrated oils and other agarwood products to cater to the heightened demand for these products during the Kuwait International Perfumes & Cosmetics Exhibition. The two week exhibition running in Kuwait City will also showcase a wide range of finished sprays, oriental sprays and the popular French line sprays.

SalimKalsekar, Managing Director of Rasasi Perfumes, said: “The Kuwait International Perfumes & Cosmetics Exhibition offers a great opportunity to showcase our products and expertise in the world of fragrances. The new additions to our rich range of Mukhalats,DhanelOudand concentrated oils brings a very exclusive flavor to a product line that is highly coveted by regional royalty, high-end customers and the connoisseurs of perfumes. Our blends are desired for evoking the enigmatic mystique of the Oriental perfumes in the true sense apart from lending the rich, warm, luscious aromas that leave a lingering trail. The blends from this range are highly patronized as signature scents by the most exclusive and discerning customers of Rasasi.”

“The Kuwait customers are highly discerning and love luxurious perfumes. With the highest per capita spend on perfumes; the exhibition gives us an opportunity to tap this market with our new high-end range.”

The new blends offer the finest and cherished array of accords ranging from the sensuous steam-smoky woody, fruity, lathery, gourmand spicy to sweet-ambry-spicy, etc, each accord crafted to perfection to suit the exclusive tastes of highly discerning consumers of pure oriental perfumes.

Rasasi is also showcasing the finest array of finished oriental sprays including the highly coveted LaYuqawam series that is a quintessence of Oriental luxury and Arab heritage in all its splendor and magnificence apart from oud based classics like the Oudh Al Mumaiz and Oudh Siufiamongst others that have been all-time favorites with distinguished Kuwaiti customers.

Apart from the oriental line, Rasasi is also showcasing the popular French variants. The Rasasi showcase offers a unique opportunity of gift bouquets that are exclusive to the exhibition.

Rasasi operates eleven outlets in Kuwait- at Abreed Plaza, Mubarakiya, Fahaheel, Jleeb Al Shuyokh, Manar Mall, Magateer Center, Al Jahara, Manshar Mall, Lulu Qurain, Qurain City Center &Sahari Mall.

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SCTA holds heritage exhibition in US

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SCTA holds heritage exhibition in US

4209Prince Sultan bin Salman, president of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA), launched the fifth and final exhibition, entitled “Saudi Archaeological Masterpieces Through the Ages,” at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, California, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

Among the attendees of the inaugural session of the exhibition were Prince Naif bin Salman, Saudi General Consul in San Francisco Dr. Faisal Al-Sudairi, Jay Shaw, director of the Asian Art Museum, businessmen and a number of Saudi students.

Addressing the inaugural session, Prince Sultan affirmed the care given by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah to the Kingdom’s national heritage and civilizational identity.

He also appreciated the support being rendered by Crown Prince Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense, and his continued efforts in the preservation of heritage.

Prince Sultan said the exhibition is primarily meant to introduce to visitors the history of the Kingdom and successive civilizations on its land and reflect the Kingdom’s civilization dimension alongside its religious, political, and economic identity.

Several US citizens were honored during the exhibition for their role in returning Saudi relics (artifacts) to the SCTA to be shown in Saudi museums. Likewise, a number of Saudi and US firms were honored for their sponsorship of the exhibition in US cities, the Agency said.

For his part, the director of the Asian Art Museum expressed pleasure over hosting the exhibition in the city and said it was an opportunity to get to know about the history of the Kingdom and its vital position as the cradle of Islam and focal point of Muslims worldwid

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Power Nigeria Exhibition To Open This Week

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Power Nigeria Exhibition To Open This Week

487One of Nigeria’s leading power exhibition’s, dedicated to the burgeoning African power industry, opens in Lagos this week (28 October). The exhibition takes place following the Federal Government’s announcement that the country requires consistent investment in to the power sector to ensure generation capacity of 135,000 megawatts (mw) is met by 2030.

An increase in power generation would bolster Nigeria’s vast economic potential, and move it further in line with its economic Vision 2020, as well as attain the level of economic height and prosperity of countries like Brazil.

Taking place from 28-30 October at the Eko Hotel on Victoria Island, Power Nigeria will serve as a comprehensive platform for international exhibitors to showcase their latest technological developments in the power generation, transmission and distribution, lighting, renewable, nuclear and water sectors.

Skipper, a leading name in the field of power generation, transmission and distribution will be showcasing its capabilities at Power Nigeria, and will display some of its smart products such as energy management solutions, package substation and energy efficient transformers.

Mr. Pankaj Sachdeva, Joint Group President and Group Director, Skipper Transmission and Distribution said; “Power Nigeria is sure to provide a healthy and professional platform for us to interact with our end users and decision makers and to offer them differentiated solutions to improve their operational efficiencies.”

“The products that we are planning to display at the show are state-of-the-art, and are upgraded through our continuous research and development exercises, with the objective of making them more dependable, energy efficient and environment friendly”, added Sachdeva.

Following the success of previous energy conferences at other events held by the organisers, this year will see the addition of a new, two-day conference, free of charge for all visitors. The conference will feature renowned experts from the West African power industry discussing the latest developments in the energy sector.

Delivering the keynote address will be Dr. Sam Amadi, Chairman & CEO, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, who will be talking about current regulations in the country’s energy sector, what should be expected and how these regulations will impact business moving forward.

A set of panel discussions will also take place during the two day conference starting with ‘Boosting capacity & reliability: What needs to happen to attain 2020 goals?’. This question will be discussed by R. I. Odiah, Chairman of Infrastructure Committee, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN); CEO, Bennett Industries Ltd, Prince Raymone Okuo, COO, Devon Petrogas and P.O. Oluseyi, Lecturer, Department of Electrical/Electronics Engineering, University of Lagos. The session will examine what are the realistic goals are leading up to 2020, and are there energy consumers that should take precedence in the race to supply energy.

Anita Mathews, Director of Informa Energy Group, organisers of Power Nigeria, thinks the free-to-attend conference is a vital platform for the industry to deliberate, discuss and eventually achieve their goals moving in to the next half decade.

“The conference provides the perfect platform for visitors to hear first-hand not only what the industry has planned in coming years, but what possible obstacles could stand in the way, and talk about solutions to overcome them.”

“The Nigerian power sector has a clear vision of where it wants to be by the year 2020, and investment plays a key factor in reaching these goals. Power Nigeria provides the platform for stakeholders to take this forward.” said Mathews.

Power Nigeria is partnered with the Energy Institute, Nigeria Branch and is supported by the Nigerian Electricity Regulation Committee and Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading plc.

For further information please visit: www.power-nigeria.com.

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Minister of Municipal & Rural Affairs Honors CPC for Sponsoring the Exhibition and Forum of Distinct Projects

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Minister of Municipal & Rural Affairs Honors CPC for Sponsoring the Exhibition and Forum of Distinct Projects

4153Construction Products Holding Company (CPC) has confirmed that the massive construction projects that have been implemented or are under implementation in the glorious era of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz have not been witnessed in the Kingdom since its foundation.

The current massive projects will boost the economy and enhance the life of the citizens and residents of the Kingdom.

HRH Prince DR. Mansour Bin Miteb Bin Abdulaziz Minister of Municipal & Rural Affairs explained that the local and foreign experts will participate in the exhibition and forum to create a look for the future, an incentive for more tenders which is their desired goal, through the efforts extended by the Ministry of Municipal & Rural Affairs.

On this occasion Faysal Alaquil, Director of Business Development & CSR and CPC official spokesman said : Recognizing the importance of the Exhibition and Forum of Distinct Projects which opened under the slogan (Touch of Fulfillment in the Era of Prosperity) the company sponsored this event believing its role in highlighting their importance in the progress of development and prosperity in the homeland, and to bring together the executing authorities of these projects under one roof .

Alaquil confirmed that the Distinct Projects in the Era of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosque reflects the high economic status of the Kingdom which will enable them to further enhance investment in the field of facilities and infrastructure to meet the increase in housing development, which in turn led to a boom in the construction sector. He pointed out that CPC is one of the major national companies operating in this sector and is keen to participate in the exhibition and proud to be honored by HRH Dr. Mansour Bin Miteb and his visit to its stand at the exhibition.

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Sharjah Museums Department announces printmaking exhibition from the Sub-continent

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Sharjah Museums Department announces printmaking exhibition from the Sub-continent

444Sharjah Museums Department (SMD) announces the opening of Trajectories: 19th-21st Century Printmaking from India and Pakistan at the Sharjah Art Museum. Curated by Dr. Paula Sengupta and Camilla H. Chaudhary, , the exhibition, which opens on 10th of September and is set to run through 20 November, will introduce to a UAE audience India and Pakistan’s shared cultural and artistic history.

The exhibition will highlight the various printmaking schools that have emerged in Pakistan and India since late 19th century and into the contemporary context.

The two guest curators for this unique exhibition are: Dr. Paula Sengupta is an artist, academic, art critic and curator based in Calcutta, India, and Camilla Hadi Chaudhary from Karachi, Pakistan, an independent curator residing in Dubai.

Relations between India and Pakistan have always been complex, and Trajectories seeks to create bridges of dialogue and understanding through shared culture and art. The medium of printmaking has been used by the artists represented as a vehicle for onceiving imaginative vocabularies s that probe the boundaries of society both historically and into the present.

The exhibition, which encompasses more than 120 works, and includes rare specimens  of prints from the colonial period and  important works  by prominent artists such as Mukul Dey, Zarina Hashmi ,Zahoor-ul-Akhlaq and Anwar Jelal Shemza, begins with a visual journey back through the pre-Partition era, with an emphasis on 19th and early 20th century bazaar prints. Moving into the post-Partition years,   printmakers  have taken bold, experimental steps to re-interpret the very definition of the medium, producing work that is both relevant and emotionally resonant.

Commenting on the upcoming exhibition, SMD Director General Manal Ataya said, “The United Arab Emirates is home to a large and thriving South Asian population, and we believe that Trajectories honors their cultural heritage. At its best, art can transcend political, linguistic, and historical borders, and we hope that this exhibition of truly thought-provoking prints from India and Pakistan will inspire dialogue between all those who visit.”

Ms. Ataya went on to remark, “Both India and Pakistan are distinguished with established printmaking schools, movements, and artists and this exhibition seeks to highlight that legacy while placing them in context within the overall timeline of art history worldwide.”

The various works that comprise the exhibition were sourced by way of generous loans from museums, galleries, and private collections in the UAE, UK, Pakistan, and India, including National College of Arts, Lahore Pakistan. Additional logistical support for the exhibition was provided by Akar Prakar (India) and ArtChowk (Pakistan).

A full catalogue commemorating Trajectories and including statements from the two curators and in-depth information about each print will be available to read or purchase at Sharjah Art Museum.

The general public is warmly invited to attend the official opening of Trajectories, to be held at Sharjah Art Museum from 6.30pm to 9pm., the evening of 10 September, 2014. Admission to both the opening and the exhibition are free of charge.

SMD will also be hosting two educational events in conjunction with Trajectories, a panel discussion and an academic day, apart from various workshops and activities offered to school children (pre-bookings required). The discussion is free and open to the public and will be held at Sharjah Art Museum on 13 September from 5-7pm. The panel will feature curators Paula Sengupta and Camilla Hadi Chaudhary as well as various artists and academics and will both shed light on the history behind the exhibition and provide a platform for debate and discussion. The SMD Education Division will also host a group of teachers from different schools for a special morning program on 15 September, which is set to include a guided tour, Q&A session, and an interactive workshop that will delve into printmaking technique and form.

There will also be a weekend workshop for families on 18 Oct.

Please note that all events require prior booking. For further information please call: 06 – 568 222

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HCairo Embraces the 4th. Arab Beverage and Juice Industry Conference and Exhibition

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HCairo Embraces the 4th. Arab Beverage and Juice Industry Conference and Exhibition

4184The kickoff of the Arab Beverage and Juice Industry Conference and Exhibition (4th. session) will be held on the 2nd. Of September 2014 in Cairo for the first time. The activities of the conference and exhibition will continue for two days with the participation of major beverage and juice manufacturing companies, a large number of manufacturers and exporters, representatives of government institutions in the fields of food and agricultural industries, distribution companies, retailers, researchers and academic officials in the presence of representatives from the Chamber of Food Industries, Food Export Council as well as the General Federation of Chambers of Commerce. The conference and exhibition will be organized by the Arab Beverage Association and will be chaired by Mr. Al Sharif Monther AL Harthi, CEO of Al Rabie Saudi Food Company, with the cooperation of Concept Company for Exhibitions and Conferences.

Mr. Al Sharif Monther AL Harthi said: ” The conference and exhibition is a great opportunity to exchange expertise between our industry’s leaders, create new partnerships between the various Arab exhibitors in order to establish more projects, identify the most important investment opportunities in the Egyptian market’s food, beverage and juice sectors as well as setting the necessary mechanisms to overcome challenges and remove all obstacles facing our industry in the Arab world.

He added: “The conference’s 4th. Session will address a number of important issues related to the present and future of food, beverage and juice industry, where the first session will address many topics such as market growth, beverage available opportunities, beverage international trends and discussing the challenges facing juice industry and the international citrus position. The second session will address topics related to beverage safety, the latest legislative developments in the beverage sector, the obstacles facing Arab trade - beverage sector in particularly, label consumption information responsibility and food safety management. The third session will address a number of topics about the industry’s investments, retail markets in Egypt and the investment opportunities in these markets. The fourth and fifth sessions will discuss topics related to technological and nutritious developments in the beverage industry, packing designs and their effects on display shelves as well as addressing consumer trends and innovation in beverage industry, Arab youth’s habits, ambitions and new trends, beverage industry’s future, challenges and opportunities as well as other topics around the sphere of beverage packaging system, environment protection issues, important challenges of packaging lines automated systems as well as the effectiveness and sustainability of packaging through launching better designs at lower resources.

Dalia Kabeel, Chairman of Concept Exhibitions and Conferences has said: “Selecting Egypt to host the event during this stage reflects the Arab investors’ trust in the Egyptian market and the available promising investment opportunities in this sector”.

She added: “The conference and exhibition send a strong message to the world on Egypt’s ability to overcome the current stage, and that Egypt has outstanding potentials to organize and host many international conferences, exhibitions and events through this stage. The current session will embrace major manufacturers and exporters of beverage and juices in the Arab world such as Tetra Pak, the platinum sponsor of the conference, Al Rabie Saudi Food Company, SADAFCO, ORANA, EcoLean, Technica, JUFO, FARAGALLA and Sakr group from Egypt.

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‘The Gallery’ at Emaar Pavilion presents ‘Downtown Ramadan’ Exhibition

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‘The Gallery’ at Emaar Pavilion presents ‘Downtown Ramadan’ Exhibition

451The captivating beauty of Islamic art will take the centrestage this summer, at Emaar’s Ramadan tent ‘Downtown,’ and ‘The Gallery’ at Emaar Pavilion in Downtown Dubai.

Featuring an inspiring selection of Islamic art from the London-based gallery, Ahlan Art, ‘Downtown’ and ‘The Gallery’ at Emaar Pavilion will both be home to a handpicked collection of 27 different paintings entitled ‘Downtown Ramadan’ exhibition celebrating Islamic art & culture.

Incorporating verses from the Holy Quran, illustrations of mosques, and other elements associated with the Holy Month, the exhibition will feature works across numerous mediums including acrylic, calligraphy, watercolour, mixed media, and photography, by artists from Africa, India, Lebanon, Pakistan, Syria, and the UK.

Visitors to ‘Downtown’ can also enjoy world-class traditional and contemporary cuisine for Iftar and Suhoor with unparalleled views.

Date: Until 31 August 2014

Venues: ‘The Gallery’ at Emaar Pavilion

Visiting hours: 9am to 6pm every day

Date: Until the last day of Ramadan

Venues: ‘Downtown’ Ramadan Tent

Visiting hours:

Weekdays (Sunday -Wednesday): 6pm to 2am 
Weekends (Thursday - Saturday): 6pm to 3am

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Maserati Centennial Exhibition inaugurated in Modena

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Maserati Centennial Exhibition inaugurated in Modena

450A unique exhibition dedicated to the Centennial of Maserati was recently inaugurated in Modena. MASERATI 100 - A Century of Pure Italian Luxury Sports Cars retraces the story of the Italian car manufacturer through an exhibition featuring some of the Trident marque’s most significant road and racing cars, plus a highly engaging show employing 19 projectors, enabling visitors to relive the most significant moments in the history of Maserati and to learn about the individuals who shaped its history. Staged in the futuristic Enzo Ferrari Museum, a stone’s throw from the Maserati headquarters in Viale Ciro Menotti, the exhibition will run until January 2015. Considering the historic value of the models exhibited, this is the greatest exhibition of Maserati cars ever staged anywhere in the world.

The inauguration of the new exhibition was attended by the CEO of Maserati, Harald Wester, and the Chairman of Ferrari, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo. They were joined by the cousins Carlo and Alfieri Maserati, sons, respectively, of Ettore and Ernesto Maserati, the two brothers who in 1914, together with Alfieri Maserati, founded the company that still bears their name today. The guest of honour at the inauguration was the legendary Sir Stirling Moss, the 1950s Maserati racing driver who scooped incredible victories for the Trident marque. The curator of the exhibition is Adolfo Orsi jr., grandson and son of Adolfo and Omer Orsi, owners of Maserati between 1937 and 1967. Coordinating the exhibition on the Maserati side is Luca Dal Monte, the company’s director of public relations and press. The exhibition is organised under the supervision and direction of Antonio Ghini, director of MEF and of the Ferrari Museum in Maranello.

Twenty-one Maseratis will be on permanent display for the duration of the exhibition and a total of approximately 30 will be admired over the course of the six-month run.

At the exhibition inauguration, the CEO of Maserati Harald Wester observed that: “The Centennial of Maserati could not have come at a better moment in our history. […] This exhibition, which retraces our first century of history, is truly one of a kind: never before have all these models which have shaped our history been gathered together under one roof.”

The Chairman of Ferrari, Luca di Montezemolo, who played a critical role in the re-launch of Maserati 15 years ago, said: “Today has a two-fold significance for me: I can clearly recall the conditions of quasi-neglect in which Maserati was floundering in 1997 when, together with my team at Maranello, I took up the challenge of re-launching the company. […] After this success story, Ferrari is today managing this important Museum which helps demonstrate to the entire world the unique ability that Italian car manufacturers have always had to build cars that are truly the stuff of dreams.”

It is safe to say that MASERATI 100 will be the most important selection of Maserati cars ever presented. The Maserati exhibition encapsulates the two spirits of the company: the initial “sports” vocation that characterised the period from the early 1920s until the end of the 1950s, followed by a shift in focus to road-going models, a period that testified to the company’s coming-of-age as a car manufacturer.

Among the highlights of the exhibition are cars like the Tipo 26, the first car to sport the Maserati marque; and the V4 Sport Zagato, which set the world speed record in 1929 driven by Baconin Borzacchini. The exhibition would not be complete without the legendary Maserati 250 F and of course the Tipo 60 “Birdcage”. The road cars on show include Maserati’s first ever road car: the A6 1500 of 1947, the 3500 GT of 1957: the first granturismo, and the first series of the “world’s fastest saloon”: the Quattroporte of 1965.

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