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The Art of Motoring exhibition, Europe’s largest and most prestigious display of motoring and motorsport art, will return to England’s capital city in October, as part of The Royal Automobile Club’s London Motor Week, celebrating motoring past, present and future.

First staged in 2015, the success of the event has seen it grow in stature and ambition. This year, it has switched to the Mall Galleries, directly opposite the War Rooms, and takes place from 31 October to 5 November.

“It was always my ambition to mount the exhibition here,” explains organiser Andrew Marriott. “The gallery owners are hugely enthusiastic and supportive and the extra space means we can accommodate more artists and give them a larger display area. It’s such a popular spot, literally 30 seconds from the bustle of Trafalgar Square.”

Admission to The Art of Motoring exhibition is free of charge and will incorporate a wide stylistic variety of work from some of the world’s most acclaimed motoring artists and sculptors. These include Geoff Bolam, John Ketchall, Neil Collins, Yahn Janou, Stanley Rose, Richard Wheatland, Jonathan Carter, Andrew Hill and Peter Hearsey.

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