Fiat's London flagship dealer has once again been chosen as the venue for a top international art exhibition.
Wigmore Street-based Fiat Marylebone was designed with the potential to host art and fashion shows as well as display cars, and has just been used for a reception introducing the Italian artist Franco Brescianini.
Around 100 guests, including art experts, celebrities and Fiat customers, enjoyed a champagne welcome while viewing Brescianini's work - an exhibition entitled Profili Femminili. The display was laid out across the flagship's lower floor, which can be transformed into a minimalist white art gallery.
Franco Brescianini was welcomed to the flagship by Tony Dittli, managing director, Fiat Marylebone before the exhibition opened. It was followed by an auction in aid of the Safe Hands for Mothers charity.
"I am delighted that once again Fiat Marylebone was asked to host an art exhibition," says Tony Dittli. "It lends itself perfectly to these occasions and was ideal to showcase Franco Brescianini's fine work."Published 22 October 2009