Exhibition “Parallels” in TC “Gallery”

The evolution of Formula 1 through the lenses of two masters of photography

Infinity Lighthouse and Lap 76 are proud to announce the opening of the “Parallel” photo exhibition by two recognized photojournalists – Miloš Cvetković and Andrej Isaković.

The British driver of the “Mercedes AMG” team, Lewis Hamilton, steers his car through the streets of Monaco during practice before the “Monaco Grand Prix”, on May 23, 2019.

Parallels” is a story in pictures about the evolution of Formula One, a global sports phenomenon, which tells about the development of the competition and organization over a span of four decades. In the lenses of the two award-winning authors, there were details from races from the late seventies and early eighties of the last century and, for comparison, moments immortalized in the last few seasons.

Niki Lauda prepares for a race through the streets of Monaco during the “Monaco Grand Prix”, 1982.

The meeting point is the iconic place – “Monaco Grand Prix”, for some the essence of what should be “the fastest circus in the world”: racing on the edge, adrenaline, spectacle and glamour. Both the race and the Principality have changed over the decades, which both Miloš and Andrej recorded in their pictures, and every smallest detail is proof of why this race must remain on the F1 calendar, even though these days it has become questionable…

Didier Pironi drives his Ferrari 126C2 through the streets of Monaco during the Monaco Grand Prix in 1982.

The “Parallels” exhibition, which contains 52 selected photographs by the two authors, is set up in the area near Entrance 2 of the TC “Galerija” in Belgrade, and the official opening is scheduled for Thursday, September 22, at 7 p.m. The exhibition is of a humanitarian nature, considering that the entire income from the sale of the exhibited works will be paid to the National Association of Parents of Children with Cancer – NURDOR.

The exhibition “Parallels” is open until September 28.

Source: Auto magazin by www.magazinauto.com.

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