Tate Britain has announced it will house the largest and utmost retrospective work of David Hockney in 2017.
Expect to be taken on a journey through one of the UK’s leading contemporary artist work, Hockney’s careers spans well into the 1960s, from his first arrival on to the scene in 1961 to his most recent exhibition at the Royal Academy.
The exhibition will look at over six decades of Hockney’s work, which includes a wonderfully diverse range of paintings and drawings, as well as his prints, photography and videos. In collaboration with Centre Pompidou and the Metropolitan Museum, Tate Britain is the first stop of Hockney’s international exhibition.
The exhibition will begin on 9th February and run until 29th May – it’s also rumoured that the exhibition will contain work which has yet to be seen in public.