David Hockney exhibition — at Tate Britain

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In what is sure to be one of the biggest shows of the year, Tate Britain is putting together David Hockney's most comprehensive exhibition yet.

The extensive selection of works will be drawn from six decades of his drawings, paintings, prints, photographs and videos, exploring his brilliantly witty picture making.

You will be able to see his portraits, swimming pools, Yorkshire landscapes, and even some never-before-seen in public recent works which embrace the newest technologies.

 

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