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20 Years of Alfa Romeo Brera Concept: The Balance of Shape (Part 2: Still Life Photos)

For the 20 years since the presentation of the Brera Concept at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show, our Club, in collaboration with SpeedHolics and with GfG Style and Italdesign, has created a unique tribute to the Designer Giorgetto Giugiaro and to the Car. A meeting in Moncalieri, just outside Turin, in the headquarters of GFG Style, the company founded in 2015 together with his son Fabrizio. SpeedHolics is present at the event with Alessandro Barteletti, photographer, journalist and Editor-in-chief of SpeedHolics, Paolo Carlini, photographer and journalist and Andrea ruggeri, video maker, all of them with a particularly valuable curriculum in the automotive field. We decided to tell this unique event with a series of posts that lead us through the documentary work carried out up to the direct testimony of Giorgetto Giugiaro reported in a video interview and article.


In the definition phase of the editorial project, the need arises to capture the perfect and timeless lines of the Brera through a photographic set, capable of enhancing them and returning them with the same visual impact that is felt in seeing them in real life. The choice of Paolo Carlini, one of the best known and most appreciated Italian automotive photographers, is inevitable. The result is an unprecedented gallery that will probably remain one of the most accurate and passionate representations of the Concept in circulation for a long time. We present a selection here. The entire gallery is available on SpeedHolics. Enjoy it!


Here the complete article with all the photos and the video interview.


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