Backstage is the series of events conceived to bring objects that are usually not displayed in the museum into the spotlight. It is now reaching its fifth appointment and, for the first time, the event planned for Saturday, October 5th and Sunday, October 6th will not be dedicated to a car.
Visitors will in fact be able to discover the series of trophies entitled "Alfa Romeo to its drivers" which was produced in limited series by the biggest names in contemporary art, in Milan and abroad.
Bruno Munari, Luigi Fontana, Pericle Fazzini, Arnaldo and Giò Pomodoro, Agenore Fabbri and many more all used their creative genius to shape these metal objects and give life to unique works that represent the speed, the races, the passion, and - above all - the victories. Twenty Trophies created between 1963 and 1982, and awarded to the greatest drivers of the time. Today, they are collector's items with an almost inestimable historical and artistic value. Furthermore, they are the testimony of a carmaker that has always striven for excellence: in technical specifications, in performance, but also in the far-sighted choice of commissioning the design of its trophies to internationally acclaimed artists.