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UNSTOPPABLE SPIRIT: A New Installation by Italian Artist Nino Mustica in Collaboration with Land Rover Design Director and Chief Creative Officer, Gerry McGovern, Celebrates the Fusion of Art and Automotive Design during Frieze Week London

Land Rover Unstopable Spirit Frieze Week London

• Acclaimed Italian artist Nino Mustica to unveil a new collaboration with world renowned automotive designer Gerry McGovern, Design Director and Chief Creative Officer, Land Rover
• The work will be unveiled at London’s Southbank Center beside the River Thames
• Launching during Frieze Week London, the sculptures celebrate the fusion of art and automotive design

A dramatic new installation is to debut at the iconic Southbank Center’s Royal Festival Hall beside the River Thames in London on Tuesday, October 14. Unstoppable Spirit is comprised of two dramatic sculptures reaching almost 23-ft into the London sky and is the product of a unique collaboration between Italian artist Nino Mustica and Land Rover’s Design Director, Gerry McGovern. 

Celebrating the fusion of art and automotive design, the two pieces explore how the two worlds collide and interact. Mustica, based in Milan, forged a successful career as a painter before the introduction of 3D modelling software allowed him to experiment with sculpture and ‘shapes of color’. McGovern is one of the world’s leading automotive designers whose credits include the Range Rover Evoque. Unstoppable Spirit was inspired by the design and capability of the new Land Rover Discovery Sport. 

The installations will be unveiled during Frieze Week London and will be open to the public from October 14-19. Admission is free. Visit Unstoppable Spirit for more information.