To participate in John’s challenge for this week, it would be great to show you some photos I took at the Guggenheim.

It was lucky for my husband, who is not very fond of visiting museums, to come across this exhibition Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture.

This exhibition analyzes the existing affinities between technology and art.

The show has about forty cars, all of them spectacular, in one way or another.

From the most classic to the most futuristic designs.

The list of cars will undoubtedly delight any motor lover, since it is possible to find a 1900 Porsche Phaeton, a Rolls Royce 40/50 Alpine Eagle (1914), a Bugatti Type 35 (1924), an Aston Martin DB5 James Bond (1964), a Hispano-Suiza H6B Dubonnet Xenia (1938), a Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz (1959), a Ford Mustang PRJCT50 (1965), to name a few.

I regret not having more pictures, cars are not something that excites me too much.

Posted as part of Lens-Artists:  Planes, Trains, and Automobiles…


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