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Hockney and Hollywood

The Base Greenham

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A major photomontage by Britain’s most famous living artist, David Hockney, comes to The Base, Greenham, from Friday 22 October until Sunday 28 November.

The Hockney and Hollywood exhibition features Hockney’s Nude, 17th June 1984 which was commissioned by his friend the Hollywood film director Nicolas Roeg to create an extraordinary life-sized nude photographic study of Theresa Russell, who starred as Marilyn Monroe for the movie Insignificance.

Hockney and Hollywood is on loan from The Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle and is at The Base, Greenham from Friday 22 October until Sunday 28 November. Gallery opening times: Wednesday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm (last entry 4pm). Tickets £8 (£7 concs, £5 schools/students, under-16s free).


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