The Myth of Ferrari - Photgraphy by Günther Raupp

“One has to first dream of a car”. Enzo Ferrari’s words here run through the commander’s car creations like a leitmotiv. He saw himself not as a great inventor but rather as that person who moved things and kept them running.

What was begun in Maranello was to become a global myth. Hardly any brand has enriched the world of cars with such a variety of design as Ferrari. More than sixty years after its founding the Italian brand and its jumping horse emblem is a globally unique phenomenon: Ferrari sets standards.

The exhibition, “The Myth of Ferrari – Photography by Günther Raupp” displays the dreams bound up with the Ferrari brand. As a racing car driving from victory to victory driven by racing legends such as Alberto Ascari, Juan Manuel Fangio, Niki Lauda and Michael Schumacher. As a status symbol and object of fascination for the technological enthusiast.
In the Blower Hall the unique industry culture of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site at the Völklingen Ironworks meets with the design objects of Ferrari and leads one into the dream worlds that Ferrari sports cars conjure right up to the present day.

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