Liverpool artist Dave White will be presenting his work at the Cars exhibition, which opens next month as part of the Liverpool Biennial. The show features his take on cult cars such as Smokey and the Bandit’s Trans Am, The Italian Job’s Mini, the Batmobile and the Gran Torino from Starsky and Hutch (pictured). For Cars, White has chosen vehicles that he loves, and which are also deemed to be objects of desire, as the subjects for his paintings. He also produces his own clothing brand. The exhibition will run from 18 September to 28 November at 44 Jamaica Street, Liverpool.
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