Honor for one seat 90s.
Representing the motives of racing is the essence of Antoine Dufilho’s approach to this creation. In this sculpture, the artist will present his interpretation of the car race, paying homage to one of the most crowded seats in Form 1. Coming out of his comfort zone, he will deliver a treatment that has never been done and finished. It will play in contrast: the fuselage will be painted black with a perforated base, white. The fins and wheels will be in a polished stainless steel glass.
This large collection will replace solid and vacuum. The strength of the movement will be provided by the reflection of the black or white lacquered paint. Immobile, the car will appear to be in motion and will give the viewer an unparalleled view, always different depending on the stage of observation. The visual effect will be very important because the artist will work on the image element.
Despite the heavy weight of this statue (1 ton 2), a sense of simplicity will arise from the work provided by the position and orientation of the metal plates, different for each of them. “For this project, I appealed to my childhood memories and the Formula 1 cars that made me dream. Even though the statue is more of a model of style that could be run by Senna or Prost than an honest representation, it shows my love for this golden age of motor sport. It is an honor for these famous drivers and for the teams that enhanced my dreams as a young boy. explains Antoine Dufilho.
Learn more about the artist
Antoine Dufilho is a well-known artist. At a very young age, he developed his artistic skills with his great uncle, actor Jacques Dufilho. This Bugatti fan also incorporated a taste of cars, which would be one of his sources of inspiration. After studying medicine and then architecture, he turned to sculpture. This is where he thrived since 2012 in a workshop he created in the Lille area. His work focuses on movement and form by bringing kinetic vision. She is in many galleries in France and abroad. His statue of the Bugatti Atlantic is on display at the Petersen Vehicle Museum in Los Angeles; The Ferrari 330 P4 24-hour Le Mans in 1967 was purchased by Le Touquet City Hall to be placed completely in the city center in front of the Westminster Hotel. Jean Tod, former FIA president, closely monitors Antoine’s work and has found several of his work.
Size: 4.30 mx 2mx1m – Approximate weight: 1T200kg
Number of plates: 65
Color: dark white with refined stainless steel glass
Unusual wheelchair technique –
Grand Prix of French Formula
1 from July 22 to 24, 2022
Paul Ricard Circle – Le Castellet
2760, Route des Hauts du Camp
83330 Le Castellet