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David Hockney: Moving Focus--Works from the Tate Collection

David Hockney: Moving Focus--Works from the Tate Collection

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David Hockney: Moving Focus--Works from the Tate Collection

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Exhibition Catalog

Ed. by Helen Little. Tate Publishing, London, 2021.

224 pp. Well illustrated (chiefly col.). 27 x 22 cm. In English. Hardcover.

ISBN 9781849767729

David Hockney is widely considered to be Britain’s most important living artist, one who who is constantly moving into new terrain and never fails to capture a wide public imagination. This pioneering new publication positions the artist’s seminal work within a wide cultural context, charting Hockney’s journey through the ways he has interrogated the nature of looking and representation from his days as a promising student to his place as one of the greatest artists working today. Featuring celebrated artworks from Tate’s superlative collection and new commentaries by established and emerging voices from the worlds of art, design, literature and performance, it offers a lively and entertaining overview of Hockney’s career, exploring the depth of his influence, and how his art has been positioned in, and continues to shape, modern culture. With contributions by Catherine Cusset, Rineke Dijkstra, Frank Gehry, Jann Haworth, Allen Jones, Owen Jones, Marieke Lucas Rijneveld, Andrew McMillan, Richard Morphet, David Oxtoby, Eddie Peake, Walter Pfeiffer, Christina Quarles, Bruno Ravella, Ed Ruscha, Gregory Salter, Wayne Sleep, Ali Smith, Christine Strueli and Russell Tovey

Subject Headings: Eastern and Western European Art ; Western Art -- Great Britain -- Post-1945 -- Graphic Arts (Prints) ; Several Fine Arts Media (Western) -- LGBTQ --

Artist(s): Hockney, David

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