Alfa Romeo: the centenary exhibition at the Milan Triennale

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Alfa Romeo: the centenary exhibition at the Milan Triennale
La Triennale di Milano announced the organization of “The sign Alpha,” an exhibition in honor of the centenary Alfa Romeo, which will open September 23 at 19:00 and runs until October 10. The exhibition traces the history of the brand on the background of cultural and social events in Italy, with the idea of showing more than the car with its industry and its technology, the imagery that accompanies it.

The exhibition presents a wide selection of models from the Museum in Arese, contextualized in salt divided for decades and are accompanied by materials from the Documentation Centre of the House pictures, posters, hundreds of art works and videos that include some of titles in which the protagonists are Alpha.

Among the models on display are the ALFA15 HP Race of 1911, the RL Super Sport of 1925, the 6C 1750 Gran Sport 1931, the 8C 2900 B Special type Le Mans 1938, the 159 “Alfetta” in 1951, the Giulietta saloon of 1955, the Giulia Sprint GTA 1965, Montreal, 164, 156, the 8C Competizione and the new Juliet.