Early works such as those from the witty homoerotic “Love” series will be explored, as will autobiographical works such as “Self-Portrait with Blue Guitar”.
His iconic images of LA swimming pools will also be celebrated, along with the affectionate Yorkshire landscape artworks from the turn of the Millennium.
David Hockney has never shied away from embracing new methods and styles of working.
From paint, drawing, photography, video and his use of smartphone apps, Hockney’s achievements in new technology will not only be embraced at the Tate Britain show, the exhibition will also demonstrate how the roots of each new direction taken by the artist relates to the work which came before.
Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG
Adults £17.70, Concessions:£15.90, Under 12's: Free
February 09 - May 29