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Il mito della velocità : arte, motori e società nell'Italia del '900

by Eugenio Martera

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An exhibition on the theme of speed examines the major changes that marked the twentieth century in Italy, where the concept of velocity inspired not only builders of motor vehicles but also painters, sculptors, designers, film directors and architects.
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