Grennan & Sperandio return to Bradford to make new artwork after almost ten years. Four new drawings made for the city are installed as huge building wraps on the freestanding banner sites from Interchange Station into Centenary Square, The Centenary Square Gallery Building, The Alhambra and The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television.
The four drawings, titled "David's Place" take as their subject activities and ways of living that are increasingly desirable in the Bradford of the 21st century, encompassing music, fashion, dance and design. They present deliberately aspirational images inspired by David Hockney's late 1960s paintings of the pleasure of experiencing glamour, beautiful people and beautiful places - images that, 35 years ago, he had to leave Bradford in order to discover but which are now available in the city every day.
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