Westfield, London, UK. 9th Feb, 2017. On the day Tate Britain's David Hockney exhibition opens to the public, Tate will show the European premiere of Untitled, 382, an iPad painting depicting Hockney's Los Angeles garden, on its largest ever digital canvas. - a huge screen more than 50m square outside Westfield in Shepherd's Bush. Credit: Malcolm Park editorial/Alamy Live News

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Westfield, London, UK. 9th Feb, 2017. On the day Tate Britain's David Hockney exhibition opens to the public, Tate will show the European premiere of Untitled, 382, an iPad painting depicting Hockney's Los Angeles garden, on its largest ever digital canvas. - a huge screen more than 50m square outside Westfield in Shepherd's Bush. Credit: Malcolm Park editorial/Alamy Live News
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In a first for Tate, David Hockney’s iPad paintings will be broadcast across the UK on large, public screens. From Thursday 9 February, millions of people in the UK will see an animation of Hockney’s brushstrokes building to reveal a painting in his inimitable style. The creative clip is 60 seconds long and will play every half hour, all day for seven days. It is anticipated that the clips could be seen by 20 million people. This drawing is one of more than 70 iPad and iPhone works on show in Tate Britain’s major new exhibition until 29 May. With the help of Ocean Outdoor and Posterscope, people in seven cities - London, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester and Newcastle - will also be able to watch the renowned painter’s artistic process. Hockney wholeheartedly embraces new technology and has painted with iPads since 2010, the year they were introduced. These works are the focus of the final room of David Hockney - the most extensive retrospective of Hockney to date.
Location: Westfield, Shepherds Bush

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