David Hockney: Words and Pictures - Art Collector

David Hockney, The Start of the Spending Spree and the Door Opening for a Blonde from A Rake’s Progress, 1961–1963, etching and aquatint, 45.5 × 58.4cm. Courtesy of the artist and Tweed Regional Gallery

The Tweed Regional Gallery is proud to present this international exhibition to their visitors, with generous financial assistance provided by the Tweed Regional Gallery Foundation Ltd. Drawn from the British Council Collection, this inspiring exhibition presents four major suites of artists’ prints produced by David Hockney from 1961 – 1977. The exhibition is enhanced by a display of Hockney’s works on loan from the personal collection of the artist’s brother John Hockney, a resident of Australia.
David Hockney: Words & Pictures is organised in partnership with the British Council.
A Tweed Regional Gallery and Blue Mountains Cultural Centre collaboration.

Exhibition opens: Friday 30 June, 2017
Exhibition closes: 17 September, 2017
Location: Tweed Regional Gallery, 2 Mistral Rd, South Murwillumbah, NSW 2484
Contact: +61 2 6670 2175
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