Maybach the iconic luxury car maker has formed a partnership of sorts with the world’s most famous museum, the Louvre. The official partner of the Louvre until 2013 would be Maybach and the first car brand would be accepted as such. This gives Maybach an opportunity to stag between the glass pyramid, the presentation of works performed by contemporary artists and sculptors, in the likes of Tony Cragg.
The global brand manager of Maybach, Patrick Marinoff said the sense of excellence, uniqueness and tradition that Maybach and Louvre shared was the meeting ground of these two disparate entities. Artwork would now be presented on a platform that has never been explored to date, as per him.
Maybach for the last five years has been projecting an image of a car that is meant for the lovers of art. This therefore makes it the perfect ground for Louvre to join in. Maybach has organized the Foundation Beyeler in Basel, Switzerland or the Wilhelm & Karl Maybach Foundation which is all art related and therefore substantiates its closeness to the form of art.