What’s on… in London – David Hockney at Tate Britain
The incomparable Pop Art artist, David Hockney, is exhibiting the most comprehensive exhibition yet at Tate Britain in London.
The exhibition was put together in collaboration with Centre Pompidou and the metropolitan Museum in New York and presents an extensive selection of his most famous works since 1960 until nowadays. Intends to show to the public how the roots of each new direction lay in the work that came before.
Born in 1937 in England, Hockney stood out not just at painting, but at drawing, printings, photography, video and stage design through out 6 decades of work. With his characteristic bright colors and Pop Art quotidian themes is one of the most influential artist of the XX century and now the reason for the fasted selling exhibition in Tate history. Awarded with the Companion of Honour in 1997, the Royal Academinician and the Order of Merit in 2012 he’s an undeniable mark of art history.
The first retrospective since 1988 and an once-in-a-lifetime chance to see these unforgettable works together.
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