In the midst of the pandemic, David Hockney RA captured the unfolding of spring on his iPad, creating 116 new and optimistic works at his home in Normandy.
Created during lockdown, this new body of work has been ‘painted’ on the iPad and then printed onto paper allowing you to see every mark and stroke of the artist’s hand. Tickets will be limited, book early to avoid disappointment or become a Friend for your best chance to see the show.
David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020 will open on 27 March. Friends of the RA receive free priority access to all exhibitions with a family member as their guest.
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