Bernard Bezzina painted an electric Porsche Taycan, launched on April 25 at Place du Palais Princier. The car, which has been a work of art, will join the Prince Albert II Vehicle Collection in July 2022.
It was not the first meeting between the artist Var and the King. In 2015, in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin and then in Saint-Tropez in 2016, Prince came to admire the creativity of Bernard Bezzina. Hands, fists and big feet, in brass, which sat in the cities and attracted the eyes of many inquisitive people. In September 2017, one of these hands was placed even in Monaco, at the Monte-Carlo Gala of the Prince Albert II Foundation.
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At Porsche’s request, the artist embarked on a very different adventure: covering 100% of Porsche Taycan’s electronics. With a mixture of aluminum and steel, Bernard Bezzina completely covered the car, drawing the shapes of unity from his world.
According to local media, the artist would work on three major works, which would be based in Monaco, in the future extension of Mareterra.