Standing at only 105cm tall, and with a top speed of 280km/h the Miura is not only considered the fastest car in the world but also an artistic masterpiece in the supercar world. Featuring ten works on 200cm by 150cm and 180cm by 18 cm canvases, the exhibition will take a look at the design language of the car manufacturer over the ages. The pieces explore topics such as Lamborghini’s unconscious revision of dynamic shapes and strong interplays of colour and three-dimensional effects.
The exhibition will run until June 30 and is one of many special high-profile events to mark half a century since the Miura was first created. Just last month, the company unveiled the original, restored SV specification Miura at the annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. Other events to commemorate the anniversary, include celebrations in June which will see current Miura owners drive their cars from Bologna to Florence via Parma, as a huge travelling party.