The exhibition is as ground-breaking as it is beautiful, Hockney's Yorkshire landscapes in particular, catch your eye with the addition of such vivid colours that are not usually associated with that region of the world.
From digital to paint, enter the 60m long gallery space filled with 82 painted portraits of the artist's family, friends and well-known acquaintances, i.e.Barry Humphries, Frank Gehry and John Baldessari.
The immersive room installation 4 Blue Stools is a world premiere in itself, presenting a digitally constructed piece depicting the artist's studio.
Expect to spend some considerable time in the exhibitions finale; a spellbinding video installation called Four Seasons, which illustrates the changing seasons of Yorkshire. Winter, in particular, is the most striking of the four. David Hockney: Current is an exhibition suited to all ages, there's no need to leave your little people at home either. If anything, this exhibition may inspire the artists of tomorrow, to work in digital format. Don't be surprised if you go home and download an art app for your handheld device once you've seen the exhibition!
For further information on David Hockney: Current including tours and related insights, head to NGV's website HERE. On till 11 March, 2017.