‘David Hockney: Ways of Looking’
In this lecture Helen Little introduces one of the greatest and most popular artists of our age. Bringing together works from Hockney’s 60 year career, from his celebrated paintings of California swimming pools to more recent landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds, it will provide a fascinating insight into the ways Hockney has consistently challenged the orthodoxies of picture making and the way we look at the world.
Helen Little is Assistant Curator at Tate Britain where she devises exhibitions and contributes to the care and study of Tate’s collection of modern and contemporary British art. She is currently organising its David Hockney exhibition, the artist’s largest retrospective to date and one of the biggest shows in Tate Britain’s history.
|Date:||Thursday 9 February 2017|
|Venue:||The Erskine May Hall|
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