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DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.
DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.

DAVID HOCKNEY · 40th Ed.

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Pop artist, painter of modern life, landscape artist, master of color, explorer of image and perception for six decades, David Hockney is known for being an artist who always finds new ways to explore the world and its possibilities of representation.

He has not stopped creating unforgettable images: works with graphic lines and integrated text during the Swinging Sixties in London ; the famous pool series , chronicling the Californian lifestyle in the 1970s; as well as penetrating portraits and landscapes of large format and bright colors after his return to his native Yorkshire. In addition to drawings in which he translates what he sees directly onto paper, there are multi-perspective collages made with Polaroids that open up the space to endless high-detail views, and iPad drawings in which he captures light in a more modern medium. , all testimony to the pleasure that Hockney has always found in experimentation.

This special edition combines the two volumes of the monograph David Hockney: A Bigger Book . Hockney's life and work are presented chronologically as a dialogue between his works and different voices from each era, along with reviews and the artist's reflections in a text that is complemented by photographic portraits and exhibition images . Together they open up new perspectives, page after page, revealing how Hockney approaches his artistic research, how his painting develops, and where he finds inspiration for his multifaceted work.

Hardcover, 15.6 x 21.7 cm, 1.47 kg, 512 pages
Edition: Spanish