The North Carolina Museum of Art here in Raleigh, NC will be hosting an exhibit of historic Porsche cars from October 12, 2013 to January 20, 2014. They’ve released a series of videos on Vimeo to showcase the panel of experts, collectors, designers and curators that have come together to make this happen. The introduction talks about why automobiles should be considered “hollow rolling sculptures” and the signature Porsche shape that has remained constant in its entire lineage of cars:
Rolling Sculpture from The North Carolina Museum of Art on Vimeo.
The second video explores the roots of the Porsche company and how they got started building their first cars, the 356 and the Speedster:
Out of the Rubble from The North Carolina Museum of Art on Vimeo.
The third video in the series details the history of the Porsche 550 Spyder and Type 904. Both cars were successful race cars on track and beautifully functional cars on the street.
Race on Sunday from The North Carolina Museum of Art on Vimeo.