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, edition of 50, 45.7 x 58.4cm

Enjoy an evening of David Hockney, Food and Wine. 

It has been a real Joy to have had the David Hockney exhibition a buzz at the Tweed regional Art Gallery, and August 19th is set to be a great day & night to come and enjoy the exhibition with talks and events all day plus after hours access to the Gallery and Cafe.

Read below for news from the gallery on the features of the day.

Saturday 19 August David Hockney in Pictures | Free

2.00 – 3.30pm with John Hockney Please join us in the Frances Mills Education Centre for an illustrated talk by the artist’s brother John Hockney. This chronological journey through the breadth of David Hockney’s career includes the artist’s little known early works and his current exploration of digital technologies. Limited seating – to secure your place please book on 02 6670 2790.

Saturday 19 August Gallery Up Late | Free*

5.00 – 8.00pm Enjoy after-hours access to the Gallery and Café. *Admission charges apply to the exhibition David Hockney: Words & Pictures.

6.30 – 7.30pm In Conversation | Free
Join Gallery Director, Susi Muddiman OAM in conversation with Paul Brinkman, Director, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre and John Hockney, brother of David Hockney, as they reflect on Hockney’s career, his exploration of digital technologies, and the exhibitions David Hockney at Tate Britain and David Hockney: Current at the National Gallery of Victoria.

The Gallery Café will be open for the evening
5:30-6:30pm Wine and tapas menu – drop in for a drink and a nibble.
7:30-9.00pm Supper menu – Bookings essential-02 6672 5088 (Wed-Sun).