The first-ever exhibition of David Hockney’s complete early prints (1961-1964) is a collaboration between specialist post-war print dealer Lyndsey Ingram, whose new London gallery space opens later in 2017, and James Holland-Hibbert, an established dealer in modern and contemporary British paintings and Director of Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert. The exhibition includes an impression of every print David Hockney made from 1961, when he began working in this medium as a student at the RCA, to 1964. The exhibition focuses on the years 1961–1964. This period represents a formative moment in Hockney’s life as a young artist; it spans part of his time at the Royal College of Art (where he was a student from 1959-1962), his first years as an independent artist in London and a period in which his printmaking was solely focused on etching. They encompass his student years, his first prints, his ambivalent response to Pop Art, his first visit to the United States,as well as the creation of his renowned A Rake’s Progress series of etchings on his return. The entire Rake’s Progress series is on display.