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Museum & Gallery Shows: David Hockney – A Bigger Picture

Posted by the editors on Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Museum & Gallery Shows: David Hockney – A Bigger Picture: “..The Royal Academy of Arts presents the first major exhibition of new landscape works by David Hockney RA. Featuring vivid paintings inspired by the East Yorkshire landscape, these large-scale works have been created especially for the galleries at the Royal Academy of Arts.  ‘David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture’ spans a 50 year period to demonstrate Hockney’s long exploration and fascination with the depiction of landscape.  The exhibition includes a display of his iPad drawings and a series of new films produced using 18 cameras, which are displayed on multiple screens and provide a spellbinding visual journey through the eyes of David Hockney.”  21 January – 9 April 2012, Royal Academy of Arts, London.  Magnificent..

image: David Hockney, Winter Timber,  (2009), 2,74 x 6,09 m . (Jonathan Wilkinson)

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New David Hockney Drawings – The iPad Replaces the iPhone, of Course…

Posted by the editors on Tuesday, 27 April 2010

David Hockney/Bloomberg.com

iPad Drawing by David Hockney

Martin Gayford has written an article entitled “David Hockney’s IPad Doodles Resemble High-Tech Stained Glass” for Bloomberg.com in which the wonderful 72-year old artist speaks, quite charmingly, about his love of the iPhone and his even greater love for the iPad and how they have set him free on a luminous path.  Marvelous, lovely!  Though should we call any of Hockney’s sketches doodles?
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eBooks – Judging Books by Their Covers

Posted by the editors on Saturday, 3 April 2010

Michael Nagle for The New York Times

Nick Eilerman, 24, of Queens. Printed books benefit from the cover’s free advertising

Motoko Rich has written an interesting article entitled “In E-Book Era, You Can’t Even Judge a Cover” in the Books section of The New York Times (online) which looks at the role book covers play (have played, played) for readers, authors and publishers.  Is that War and Peace that you’re reading on your Kindle/iPad/whatever or is it Naked Lunch or the graphic novel version of Debby Does Dallas?
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