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    • Exhibition

    David Hockney

    Works from the Tate Collection

    From January 28 to May 28, 2023

    In partnership with

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    A landmark cultural institution in Aix-en-Provence, Musée Granet, in partnership with Tate, is hosting a 700-square-metre retrospective exhibition of works by leading British artist David Hockney.

    Who doesn't know David Hockney?! He is one of the most famous contemporary artists in the world. This British artist, born in Bradford in 1937, has brought to art his singular vision, benefiting from an important recognition from his youngest age.

    The fabulous collection of the Tate of London, lent for the occasion to the Granet Museum, offers us to (re)discover in more than 110 works (paintings, prints, photographic collages, drawings, digital works), the journey of the artist from his years of apprenticeship, through his series of pools known worldwide, to his latest digital creations that make his current fame.

    It will also be an opportunity to better understand his fascination for the great masters such as Picasso, Matisse, Van Gogh or Cézanne, from whom he drew inspiration to create works that can be seen exceptionally in the exhibition.

    Aix-en-Provence marks the final stage in this exhibition that travelled to
    - the Palais des Beaux-Arts (Bozar) in Brussels, Belgium in autumn 2021,
    - the Kunstforum in Vienna, Austria in spring 2022,
    - the Kunstmuseum in Lucerne, Switzerland in autumn 2022.

    Curators :

    Curated by Helen Little, Independent Curator
    Bruno Ely, Head Curator, Director, musée Granet
    Paméla Grimaud, Curator, Head of research & curatorial department, musée Granet

    Exhibition catalogue

    French version
    In Fine Editions
    Format 210 x 265 cm / 232 pages
    Price : € 39


    From January 28 to March 31, 2023
    Tuesday to Sunday, from noon to 6 pm
    From April 1 to May 28, 2023
    Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 6pm
    Nighttimes on March 30th and May 5th from 7pm to midnight.
    Weekly closing on Monday.
    Museum closed on May 1st.

    Full admission : €11
    Reduced admission : €9apprentices up to 25 years old, people with disabilities and their carer, group purchases (minimum 15 tickets), visitors with a recent (less than 6 months) ticket to the Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée (MuCEM in Marseille).
    Free: under 18s, students under 26, long-term unemployed (from six months),...


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