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If you're looking for a unique reason to visit London this spring, an immersive art exhibition is the perfect excuse. David Hockney: Bigger & Closer (not smaller & further away) is currently on

display at Lightroom, a new arts venue located in Coal Drops Yard, a canal-side development in the heart of King's Cross.

David Hockney is a world-famous artist who has produced stunning works of art for decades, with some pieces selling for millions of dollars. His latest exhibit took three years to create and is an immersive, multimedia experience that documents his career as an artist. The exhibit features projections that appear on all four walls and the floor, with Hockney providing pre-recorded narration. For 50 minutes, visitors can explore Hockney's art and learn about his process while being physically surrounded by his work.

Tickets for the exhibit range in price between £25–33, depending on the date and time you select, and should be booked in advance. While the show lasts 50 minutes, visitors are welcome to stay longer if they choose.

King's Cross is a vibrant, historic crossroads with a rich history of connecting London to the north via road, railway, and waterway with Regent's Canal. Its rebirth as a contemporary destination hub is a recent development, but the past remains present everywhere you look. This makes it an ideal home base for exploring London during your trip.

The exhibit is a perfect opportunity for art enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the works of one of the world's most renowned artists. Hockney's work spans a variety of mediums, from painting to digital art, and his influence on the art world is unparalleled. The exhibit is a must-see for anyone interested in art, culture, or history.

London is a city with a rich cultural heritage and plenty of opportunities for exploration. Whether you're interested in art, history, food, or fashion, there is something for everyone in this vibrant and diverse city. The city has something to offer every kind of traveler, from solo adventurers to families with young children.

Visitors to London can explore its famous landmarks, such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and the Tower of London, or wander through its charming neighborhoods, such as Camden or Shoreditch. London is also home to world-class museums, galleries, and theaters, making it a hub for art and culture.

If you're planning a trip to London, the David Hockney exhibit is just one of the many exciting opportunities waiting for you. With its rich history and vibrant culture, London is a destination that should be on everyone's travel bucket list. So why not book your ticket today and start planning your next adventure? Photo by Connaissance des Arts, Wikimedia commons.