David Hockney: prints

David Hockney has been a towering figure on the international art scene for half a century, and he is among the most experimental in embracing new art forms and technologies. The National Gallery of Australia’s touring exhibition David Hockney: prints is a stunning survey, exploring the broad history of his printmaking practice through key works from their extensive collection, one of the largest in the world. This exhibition illuminates Hockney’s great experiments and glorious lack of inhibition when approaching printmaking over the decades, his use of lithography and etching, photocopiers and fax machines, and – most recently – iPhones and iPads, expanding the possibilities of the medium as we understand it today. Presented by Araluen Arts Centre and the National Gallery of Australia.

4 May - 16 Jun

Araluen Arts Centre

Alice Springs Cultural Precinct, Larapinta Drive Alice Springs NT 8710