Maybach Sculpture

Maybach in partner ship with American painter, sculptor and filmmaker Julian Schnabe, unveiled the “Queequeq – The Maybach Sculpture” at the Art Basel Miami Beach.

This is the start of a two year partnership between the brand and the artist.

Maybach will also become the first and exclusive automotive partner of the world-famous Musée du Louvre in Paris form 2011. In the next three years, the central pillar under the famed pyramid will showcase a rotating series of sculptures by internationally known, Maybach-supported contemporary artists and sculptors.

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Consisting of two parts, it is 483 centimeters (190 inches) high, 170 cm (67 inches) wide, and 142 cm (56 inches) deep and has a weight of 1,488 kilograms (3,280 lbs.). Both parts are of cast bronze with patina over stainless steel armatures. With its dimensions, “Queequeq – The Maybach Sculpture” imbues strength and surprises with fluidity and lightness.

Its name draws from the character of the harpooneer in Herman Melville’s classic novel Moby Dick. The sculpture is to reside within the comprehensive Daimler Art Collection – as is customary of all art co-operations of the Maybach brand.

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