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Title David Hockney / edited by Chris Stephens and Andrew Wilson ; with contributions by Ian Alteveer, Meredith A. Brown, Martin Hammer, Helen Little, Marco Livingstone, David Alan Mellor, Didier Ottinger

Publication Info. London : TATE Publishing, 2017
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 Nichols Adult Nonfiction  759.2 DAV    AVAILABLE
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Description 279 pages : color illustrations ; 28 x 27 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Note Catalog of an exhibition at the Tate Britain, February 9-May 29, 2017; Centre Georges Pompidou, June 19-October 23, 2017; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, November 20, 2017-February 25, 2018
"On the occasion of the Exhibition David Hockney"--Colophon
Summary A full career retrospective of one of the greatest and most popular living artists, lavishly illustrated with works from across the artist's six-decade career David Hockney has been delighting and challenging audiences for almost sixty years. Working in an extraordinarily wide range of media with equal measures of wit and intelligence, his art has examined, probed and questioned how the perceived world of movement, space and time can be captured in two dimensions. This lavishly illustrated publication reasserts Hockney as a serious thinker and a highly innovative artist constantly challenging the conventions of artistic expression, without losing the characteristic verve, humour and colour of the work. Hockney?s book describes more than 200 works including painting, drawings, photographs, watercolours, iPad drawings, and his most recent multi-screen works. Exhibition: Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom (09.02-29.05.2017)
Subject Hockney, David -- Criticism and interpretation.
Hockney, David -- Exhibitions.
Added Author Hockney, David.
Stephens, Chris (Art museum curator)
Wilson, Andrew, 1962-
Alteveer, Ian.
Brown, Meredith A.
Hammer, Martin.
Little, Helen, 1980-
Livingstone, Marco.
Mellor, David.
Ottinger, Didier.
Tate Britain (Gallery)
Centre Georges Pompidou.
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
ISBN 9781849764957 (hbk)
1849764956 (hbk)
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