Tate Britain’s upcoming retrospective of David Hockney will bring together six decades of the artist’s work for the first time. Many of the iconic works by Hockney will be united from private collections and museums around the world, along with new original works. The exhibition will cover the full scope of Hockney’s artistic practice, from small scale, intimate works to vast, immersive canvases.
Andipa has never been interested in going with the flow. Change is part of our legacy.
It is again time for a new chapter in Andipa’s history. We continue to evolve by choosing to direct the winds, by engaging with the best of what has been thought and created.
Andipa has always been about relationships, knowledge, trust, and above all magnificent art.
We welcome you to join us on our journey to redefine what collecting means and discover with us the best works of art – the masterpieces – which hold our favour.
What is the ‘white cube’ gallery? Where did the term come from and what does it really mean?
Our partners Artsy delve into the subject at a key moment in Andipa’s evolution. The now ubiquitous art world term the ‘white cube’, first coined in a three-part essay published in Artforum in 1976 by artist and critic Brian O’Doherty, defines the default model for art galleries around the world for the last 80 years!