Preview the David Hockney Exhibition At Tate Britain Here!

The highly anticipated and most comprehensive retrospective of David Hockney’s body of work has finally opened at Tate Britain to high praise. Almost every piece from the living art legend–one of the most influential artists of the 20th century– is on display, including Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy, and A Bigger Splash, as well as his famed Yorkshire landscapes and swimming pool series. Beyond that, there are some recent never-before-seen artwork that explore new styles, even as the artist reaches his 80th birthday.

The David Hockney retrospective runs at Tate Britain until 29th May. For tickets, click http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/david-hockney

We look at some of the exhibition’s highlights (Pictures courtesy of Tate Britain):

David Hockney
“Going Up Garrowby Hill” 2000
Oil on canvas
84 x 60″
© David Hockney
Photo Credit: LA Louver, Venice, CA

 

Peter Getting Out Of Nick’s Pool, 1966
Acrylic on canvas
84 X 84″
© David Hockney
Collection: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Photo Credit: Richard Schmidt

 

“Garden with Blue Terrace” 2015
Acrylic on canvas
48 x 72″
© David Hockney
Photo Credit: Richard Schmidt

Portrait of an Artist (Pool With Two Figures) 1972
Acrylic on canvas
84 X 120″
© David Hockney
Photo Credit: Art Gallery of New South Wales/ Jenni Carter

 

Ossie Wearing A Fairisle Sweater, 1970
Crayon on Paper
17 X 14″
© David Hockney

 

Model With Unfinished Self-Portrait, 1977
Oil on canvas
60 X 60″
© David Hockney

 

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