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David Hockney

Members will need to book their ticket in advance. Use the link below to request the code allowing you to book your ticket for free on the website of BOZAR.

David Hockney: Works from the Tate Collection, 1954-2017, collects a comprehensive series of more than eighty of Hockney’s paintings, drawings and prints from the Tate Collection. This survey spans his entire career and includes a number of memorable works from the last century, such as the vast double portraits My Parents and Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy. The imposing Bigger Trees Near Warter from 2007 is Hockney’s largest piece of work (over 12 metres long) and transports the visitor to a gloomy day in Yorkshire, where the artist grew up.  

David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020, presented in partnership with the Royal Academy of Arts, London, consists of a series of contemporary works by the painter, now aged 83. During Spring 2020, at his home in Normandy, he used his iPad to ‘paint’ the unfolding of spring around the time of the first lockdown. The colourful paintings of the beauty of nature remind us that we must continue to ‘love life’ even during these unsettling times: “Do remember they can’t cancel the spring”. The series of 116 works are printed on high-quality paper and will be exhibited in full in the Centre for Fine Arts.

1 ticket gives you access to both Hockney exhibitions.

reservation required

Brussels, Bozar

10:00 - €20

Free for members

Members will need to book their ticket in advance. Use the link below to request the code allowing you to book your ticket for free on the website of BOZAR.

David Hockney: Works from the Tate Collection, 1954-2017, collects a comprehensive series of more than eighty of Hockney’s paintings, drawings and prints from the Tate Collection. This survey spans his entire career and includes a number of memorable works from the last century, such as the vast double portraits My Parents and Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy. The imposing Bigger Trees Near Warter from 2007 is Hockney’s largest piece of work (over 12 metres long) and transports the visitor to a gloomy day in Yorkshire, where the artist grew up.  

David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020, presented in partnership with the Royal Academy of Arts, London, consists of a series of contemporary works by the painter, now aged 83. During Spring 2020, at his home in Normandy, he used his iPad to ‘paint’ the unfolding of spring around the time of the first lockdown. The colourful paintings of the beauty of nature remind us that we must continue to ‘love life’ even during these unsettling times: “Do remember they can’t cancel the spring”. The series of 116 works are printed on high-quality paper and will be exhibited in full in the Centre for Fine Arts.

1 ticket gives you access to both Hockney exhibitions.


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