British artist David Hockney said he would keep working ‘until I fall over’ as he unveiled his latest show in a gallery in London on Thursday in an exhibition blending digital photography and painting. Wearing a linen cap, a red tie and a loose grey suit, the 77-year-old from Bradford in northern England told reporters that he was aiming for ‘a new kind of picture’ intended to give perspective to photography. ‘I’m going to go on until I fall over… Artists don’t retire. What else is there to do?’ he said, speaking at the Annely Juda Fine Art gallery near Oxford Street, a busy shopping thoroughfare. Hockney, who had his first one-man show in 1963 and is best known as a leader of the Pop Art movement in

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