Exhibition Details


Location: Steele Gallery
Dates: November 3, 2019
to March 15, 2020

THE ART OF RACING COMES TO PHOENIX THIS FALL.


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Legends of Speed is the first major exhibition of racing cars presented at Phoenix Art Museum. Opening in fall 2019 and featuring more than 20 legendary cars by Maserati, Mercedes, Alfa Romeo, Ford, and more, the landmark exhibition showcases an unprecedented collection of cars driven by some of the greatest drivers in the history of racing, including A.J. Foyt, Dan Gurney, and Stirling Moss.

Featured cars have won many of the world’s most iconic races, including Le Mans, the Indianapolis 500, and the Italian Grand Prix, and were loaned to the Museum by internationally recognized collectors from Arizona and across the United States. Legends of Speed offers an unparalleled opportunity for Museum guests to experience and learn about some of the most successful and famous racecars of all time.

 

Legends of Speed is organized by Phoenix Art Museum and curated by Gilbert Vicario, the Selig Family Chief Curator. It is made possible through the generosity of Melani and Rob Walton, through The Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, and Susan and Carter Emerson, with additional support provided by Laurie and Budd Florkiewicz, Sonia and John Breslowand Nancy and Najeeb Kahn.

ADMISSION

Free for Members, veterans and active-duty Militaryand youth aged 5 and under.

General Admission:
$25 — Adults
$22 — Senior Citizens (Ages 65+)
$20 — Students (with ID) 

$16 
— Youth (Ages 6-17)

All exhibitions are included with General Admission.

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Voluntary-Donation Hours

This exhibition is open to the public for $5 during voluntary-donation, pay-what-you-wish hours from 3–9 pm each Wednesday, from 6–10 pm on the first Friday of each month, and from noon–5 pm on the second Sunday of each month.
 

Group Sales

Interested in coming as a group? For group sales information, click here.

IMAGES

1967 All American Racer, Gurney Eagle F-1 Race Car. Miles Collier Collections @ the Revs Institute. Photo: Peter Harholdt.