Yorkshire Life Hockney Royal Academy of Arts exhibition subscriber invitation

PUBLISHED: 11:08 23 January 2012 | UPDATED: 20:57 20 February 2013

David Hockney, Winter Timber, 2009. Oil on 15 canvases, 274 x 609.6 cm. Private Collection. © David Hockney. Photo: Jonathan Wilkinson.

David Hockney, Winter Timber, 2009. Oil on 15 canvases, 274 x 609.6 cm. Private Collection. © David Hockney. Photo: Jonathan Wilkinson.

If you subscribe to Yorkshire Life or any of its sister publications, take advantage of this superb opportunity to see David Hockney's work at the Royal Academy of Arts

If you subscribe to an Archant magazine title, take advantage of this superb opportunity to see David Hockney's work at the Royal Academy of Arts



David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture


at the Royal Academy of Arts, London on Sunday 4 March, 6.30-8.30pm


Royal Academy of Arts presents the first major exhibition in the UK to showcase David Hockneys landscape work. Vivid paintings inspired by Yorkshire landscape, many large in scale and created specifically for the exhibition, will be shown alongside related drawings and films.

The exhibition will reveal the artists emotional engagement with the landscape he knew in his youth, as he examines on a daily basis the changes in the seasons, the cycle of growth and variations in light conditions.

The exhibition will take the visitor on a journey through Hockneys world.
At this private event, you will have the galleries to yourselves to explore at leisure, without the crowds.

Your evening will start with a drinks reception in the Royal Academys beautiful suite of Fine Rooms, with a welcome from Archant, and a talk from an Royal Academy expert in the Main Galleries.

Each guest will also receive an exhibition guide, poster and goodie bag.

To book, please call 0844 209 0051 quoting ARCHANT or go online at www.royalacademy.org.uk/hockneyarchant

Please have your unique Archant Subscriber Reference number to hand

Our VIP tickets are 25*. *1.50 booking fees apply


We look forward to welcoming you to the Royal Academy of Arts.



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