I was very impressed with the service received from Golden Tours. We visited the David Hockney exhibition and were able to avoid waiting to get in as ...
I was very impressed with the service received from Golden Tours. We visited the David Hockney exhibition and were able to avoid waiting to get in as a result of purchasing our tickets in advance. I would definately book events through Golden Tours again.
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"Visited the Hockney exhibition yesterday, queues of people waiting to enter on my arrival they were sheltering under umbrellas in the wind and rain ....
"Visited the Hockney exhibition yesterday, queues of people waiting to enter on my arrival they were sheltering under umbrellas in the wind and rain ... but I felt like 'Willy Wonka with the Golden Ticket' because I was fast tracked with my internet booking slip from Golden Tours, I was in the gallery withing 10 minutes, thank you so much, had a terrific time."
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As others have said already, thanks for allowing us to fast track into David Hockney s wonderful exhibition... we really couldn t believe we were able...
As others have said already, thanks for allowing us to fast track into David Hockney s wonderful exhibition... we really couldn t believe we were able to pass all the snaking queues in the courtyard of The R A. Thank you!
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21 January to 9 April 2012: Daily
Royal Academy of Arts opening times:
10am-6pm Sunday to Thursday (last admission to galleries 5.30pm)
10am-10pm Friday and Saturday (last admission to galleries 9.30pm)
In January 2012 the Royal Academy of Arts presents the first major exhibition in the UK to showcase David Hockney’s 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. Through a selection of works spanning fifty years, this new body of work will be placed in the context of Hockney’s extended exploration of and fascination with landscape. Highlights will include three groups of new work made since 2005, when Hockney returned to live in Bridlington, showing an intense observation of his surroundings in a variety of media. The exhibition will reveal the artist’s 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 Hockney’s world.
Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD
Nearest Underground: Piccadilly Circus or Green Park
Bus Routes: 9, 14, 19, 22 or 38
Winter Timber, 2009
Oil on 15 canvases
274 x 609.6 cm
© David Hockney
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