FANS STRIKE BACKFROM DECEMBER 14, 2018 TO MAY 4, 2019
THE LARGEST PRIVATE COLLECTION IN EUROPE
« “Fans strike back “ looks like no other exposure…
It was conceived by a fan of the first hour and will delight all fans of the famous saga of the stars present in Paris from 14 December 2018. Unique pieces, made by artisans from around the world will be presented to a demanding audience in this exhibition the fans strike back. It will also be an opportunity for the general public, young and old, to live an unprecedented experience at the very heart of the saga.
OF A FAN
The fans strike back offers you a real adventure to live through new experiences. The enthusiasm of the team that works for the exhibition will not escape you: these are the biggest fans of the saga, they will share their passion without any hesitation.
THE EXPO IN VIDEO
Daniel Prada was born in Madrid in 1978. Passionate about science fiction, he collects objects from his childhood, but in adolescence the “saga of the stars” leads him to devote all his time to collecting coins from the universe star wars™. He emigrated to Los Angeles in 2009 and approached the epicentre of the interstellar movement to complete his collection. Back in Europe, he organizes a series of exhibitions in Spain the saga of Las Galaxias (the saga of galaxies) that he Telegates to Paris.
Daniel Prada will be present at the exhibition on March 23 and 24 and waiting for you to answer your questions and exchange with him.
… NOT TO MISS THIS EXPO
- The quality of all parts.
- The concept of global experience : a true voyage in immersion within the universe of the saga.
- The scenography has been the subject of special attention.
- Unique pieces in the world.
- Presented in several major cities of Spain, the exhibition will reach a spectacular dimension in Paris.
MEET DANIEL PRADA ON 23 AND 24 MARCH
DON’T MISS IT!
This exhibition is in no way related to Disney enterprises, INC. , Lucasfilm Ltd, LLC, Lucas Licensing Ltd, Lucas Entertainment Company Ltd LLC or the LEGO Group TM.
All the images used are reproductions of private works belonging to the exhibition.