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Hopper exhibition draws 420,000 to Bankside

London SE1 website team

Tate Modern has sold has sold approximate 420,000 for its Edward Hopper exhibition which ends this weekend, a figure beaten only by Matisse-Picasso two years ago.

The gallery has been open every day until 10pm since mid-August to meet the demand.

This was the first major exhibition of his work in Britain for more than 20 years, and no Hopper works are held in any British public collection.

284,000 postcards have been sold at the exhibition, along with 2,700 posters and 25,500 copies of the catalogue.

Our review of the Edward Hopper exhibition

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