A show of works by the octogenarian artist will mark the launch of the new Lightroom space in London (Bigger & Closer, not smaller & further away, 25 January – 23 April). Lightroom is backed by the Ukraine-born businessman Leonard Blavatnik who has invested in a number of cultural projects including the recently revamped National Portrait Gallery in London. The project is backed by a senior group of investors led by Blavatnik who is represented by Danny Cohen, president of Access Entertainment, a television, theatre and digital content company.
Immersive David Hockney show will launch new interactive art space in London
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