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David Hockney in Chicago

The Richard Gray Gallery hosts Time, Space, and More, an exhibition of contemporary works by David Hockney. At the center of the exhibition is Hockney’s multi-part video installation The Four Seasons, Woldgate Woods, 2010-2011, which was exhibited in 2017 at the Centre Georges Pompidou and Tate Britain.

Since the start of his career, Hockney has been the subject of over 400 solo exhibitions, including major retrospectives and is widely considered one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. At 5,000 square-feet, with 20-foot high ceilings, the Gray’s Warehouse space is hardly “intimate.” It does, however, offer a rare opportunity to see Hockney’s work outside bigger, busier galleries.

The opening reception is on September 13th from 6–8pm. Time, Space, and More runs through November 21st. Gray’s Warehouse, located at 2044 West Carroll Avenue, is open 10am–5pm, Wednesday-Saturday.