Glamour in Pramac d'Antin MotoGP hospitality with "Arte Y Naturaleza"

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Jerez de la Frontera (Spain), Saturday 25th March 2006

During the four Grand Prix that will take place in Spain and Italy (Jerez, Mugello, Catalunya and Valencia), “ARTE Y NATURALEZA” will present work of art exclusive frames, in the new PRAMAC D’ANTIN MOTOGP Hospitality. The Team is proud to announce this new collaboration, a huge occasion to introduce art, style and culture in the Engine World.
The new partner, “ARTE Y NATURALEZA”, is an important factory from Madrid specialized in the edition and trade of original graphic works, founded in the years ninety. To create its collection, “ARTE Y NATURALEZA” has always worked with high level international artists that contributed to the development of the contemporary art; consecrated artists but also young creators that enrich and encourage the freedom of the creation, and ensure a big variety of styles and painting tendencies as well. The works of art are generators of proposals, it’s about showing the art as a way to enrich the culture.
The collection has about 1600 editions, with a big variety of techniques (serigraphy, photography, sculpture, ...) and supports (paper, canvas, stone, ...)from nearly 400 famous national and international artists. “ARTE Y NATURALEZA” has at its disposal one of the most important expositions of Graphic Art in Spain. Between the national artists, there are the ItaliansValerio Adami and Mimmo Rotella, the Spanish Rafael Canogar, Eduardo Arroyo, Manolo Valdés; and between the international ones, some names are Alez Katz, Christo and Sol Lewit.

“We are really happy about this new collaboration with the artistic enterprise “ARTE Y NATURALEZA” from Madrid; that will be one of our official partners for the whole 2006 season -comments LUIS D’ANTIN, PRAMAC D’ANTIN MOTOGP Team Manager-, for us it is a big honour to show these works of art reserved to an exclusive public, inside our Hospitality during our four Home Grand Prix. A touch of glamour, style, culture and philosophy in the 2006 MotoGP World Championship”.