Tag Archives: David Hockney

GREAT BRITISH DRAWINGS │ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford → 31 August 2015

George Augustus Wallis, The Ruins of Selinunte, c. 1792, pen and brown ink and watercolour and bodycolour over unfinished etched outline
George Augustus Wallis, The Ruins of Selinunte, c. 1792, pen and brown ink and watercolour and bodycolour over unfinished etched outline

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ARTISTS INCLUDE
Anna Alma-Tadema, Max BeerbohmSamuel Cooper, Thomas Gainsborough, LS LowryJohn Everett Millais, David Hockney, William Holman Hunt, Gwen John, Samuel PalmerTom Phillips, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Thomas RowlandsonWalter Sickert, JMW Turner, George Augustus Wallis

“Śôcesñ mr ɖn wn hundṛd wrcs bî sm v Britn’z grtst artists”

“Đ xbiśn v Grt Britiś Drw̃z cn onli scrać ɖ srfis v ɖ xtrordnri rićz v ɖ Aśmołn’z c̣lẋnz. It wl pṛvîd ɖ vizitr wɖ an unpaṛleld oṗtyṇti t xplor ɖ amezñ vrayti v drw̃ in Britn, from ɖ rapid sceć in pensl or pen, t ɖ most hîli ròt wōtrculr.”
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Continue reading GREAT BRITISH DRAWINGS │ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford → 31 August 2015

ONE DAY, SOMETHING HAPPENS: PAINTINGS OF PEOPLE │ Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery → 6 September 2015

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Condor and the Mole, 2011
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Condor and the Mole, 2011

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ARTISTS INCLUDE
Peter Blake, Enrico David, Lucian Freud, Alasdair Gray, David Hockney, David Noonan, Paula Rego, Walter Sickert, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

“Tizñ ât comn ʈīmz acrs ɖ decedz: wrc, intṛspẋn n indivijuaḷti, jý n lônliṇs” 

Continue reading ONE DAY, SOMETHING HAPPENS: PAINTINGS OF PEOPLE │ Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery → 6 September 2015

DAVID HOCKNEY: THE ARRIVAL OF SPRING │ Annely Juda Fine Art, London → 28 August 2015

The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire in 2011. 3 January 2011. iPad drawing printed on paper, edition of 25, 139.7 x 105.4
The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire in 2011. 3 January 2011. iPad drawing printed on paper, edition of 25, 139.7 x 105.4

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“Dpictñ ɖ difṛnt stêjz of ɖ Arîvl of Sprñ, fṛm glūmi wintrsīnz t vîbṛntli brît sprñ”

ARTLYST 8 JULY 2015
Jim Greenhalf BRADFORD TELEGRAPH & ARGUS 19 February 2015
Ben Luke LONDON EVENING STANDARD 8 May 2014
Natasha Kurchanova STUDIO INTERNATIONAL 22 September 2014
Martin Gayford BLOUIN ART INFO 20 May 2014
Mark Hudson TELEGRAPH 8 May 2014
David Hockney GUARDIAN 18 April 2014
CULTURE WHISPER 2014
Adrian Hamilton INDEPENDENT 17 January 2012

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PAINT YOUR OWN BACKYARD │ Sotheby’s, London → 24 July 2015

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David Hockney, Alex Katz, Alice Neel, Henry Taylor, Jonas Wood

“Đz picćrz fînd ɖ byti n reznns v ɖ hymn soul n lîf wɖn ɖ evrde.”

Continue reading PAINT YOUR OWN BACKYARD │ Sotheby’s, London → 24 July 2015

DAVID HOCKNEY: PAINTING AND PHOTOGRAPHY │ Annely Juda Fine Art, London → 27 June 2015

Card Players #1 (2014). Acrylic on canvas, 122 x 183 cm
Card Players #1 (2014). Acrylic on canvas, 122 x 183 cm

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“Pêntrz hv olwz noun ɖr z smʈñ roñ wɖ pspctv.”

Ben Luke LONDON EVENING STANDARD 19 May 2015
Alastair Smart TELEGRAPH 18 May 2015
Zoe Pilger INDEPENDENT 17 May 2015
Mark Brown GUARDIAN 14 May 2015
YORKSHIRE POST 14 May 2015
Maisie Skidmore IT’S NICE THAT 28 April 2015
Mark Brown GUARDIAN 17 April 2015
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HOCKNEY: A RAKE’S PROGRESS │ Bristol Museum & Art Gallery → 14 June 2015

7a. Cast Aside, 1961
7a. Cast Aside, 1961

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Ed Grimble EPIGRAM 20 May 2015
Rebecca Brown I:MAGAZINE 23 February 2015

Continue reading HOCKNEY: A RAKE’S PROGRESS │ Bristol Museum & Art Gallery → 14 June 2015

LYNETTE YIADOM-BOAKYE SELECTS FROM THE V-A-C COLLECTION: NATURES, NATURAL AND UNNATURAL │ Whitechapel Gallery, London → 14 June 2015

David Hockney: 30 Sunflowers, 1996. Oil on canvas, 72 x 72 in. (182.9 x 182.9 cm.)
David Hockney: 30 Sunflowers, 1996. Oil on canvas, 72 x 72 in. (182.9 x 182.9 cm.)

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ARTISTS INCLUDE
Nikolay Bakharev • Enrico DavidPeter Doig • David Hockney • Gary Hume • Jaan Toomik • Andy Warhol

Emily d’Silva UPCOMING 22 March 2015

Continue reading LYNETTE YIADOM-BOAKYE SELECTS FROM THE V-A-C COLLECTION: NATURES, NATURAL AND UNNATURAL │ Whitechapel Gallery, London → 14 June 2015

NO SET RULES │ Ben Uri Gallery and Museum, London → 15 June 2015

“Ɖ xbišn brñz tgɖr ṣlctd wrcs fṛm ɖ Filip Šli c̣lẋn v drōñz, prints n pêntñz bî ātists wrcñ in Britn btwn 1920 n 2004, wɖ reznnt wrcs on pêpr fṛm Ben Uri’z ôn c̣lẋn.

Seḷbretñ ɖ ričṇs n dvrsti v č c̣lẋn, No Set Rūlz priznts 49 wrcs bî 37 ātists, sevn v hūm – Franc Ârbah, Dêvid Bombrg, Jên Jôzf, Lion Kosof, Mîcl Roʈnstîn, Glen Sūjo n Edẉd Toledano – r reprizntd in bʈ.

Ɖ wrcs cuvr a wîd renj v subjctmatr, tecnīcs n practis, muvñ fṛm fiğrešn t abstraẋn t xplor 100 yirz v xprešn on pêpr.

Uɖr ātists includ Crêgi Êčisn, Jiłn Erz, Sandra Blo, Crisṭfr L’Brũ, Rojr Hiltn, Dêvid Hocni, Pītr Laňn, Sẹra Lîtmn, Henri Mur, Greym Suɖḷnd, Elisbet Toṃlin n Jon Vrty.

No Set Rūlz inišiets daylogz, grūpñ tīčrz, stydnts, c̣laḅretrz n strenjrz, n juxṭpozñ mastrz v moṇcrom wɖ crietrz v dazlñ swīps v culr t šo ɖt drōñ dz’nt nesseṛli bgin or end wɖ a pensl. Ɖs xbišn pruvz, az Dêvid Hocni wns obzrvd, ɖr r no set rūlz in drōñ.”

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Continue reading NO SET RULES │ Ben Uri Gallery and Museum, London → 15 June 2015

REALITY: Modern & Contemporary British Painting │ Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich → 1 March 2015

“Kretd bî ātist Cris Stīvnz, RIAḶTI brñz tgɖr ovr 50 wrcs seḷbretñ ɖ streñʈ v Britiš pêntñ, wɖ sm v ɖ bst n most influenšl ātists v ɖ last sixti yirz.

Uncompṛmîzñ n drct, ɖ wrc v č ātist reprizntd rtenz a stroñ refṛns t ɖ riyl wrld, ɖ stuf v lîf. Ẇl, t an xtnt, pêntñ hz bn iclipst in rīsnt decedz bî ɖ Miniml n Cnsepčl muvmnts, insṭlešn, ftogṛfi n film, RIAḶTI testifîz t ɖ svîvl v pêntñ az a mīdı̣m, n ɖ impact v Britiš pêntñ tde.

Mêjr 20ʈ Senčri ātists r reprizntd, sč az Woltr Sic̣t, Fransis Bêcn, Lūšn Frýd n Dêvid Hocni, alñsd cntmprri pêntrz includñ Cen Curi, Jwj Šw n Caṛlîn Wōcr.

Ɖ ātists in RIAḶTI tacl a dvrs renj v subjcts, refṛnsñ ɖ bodi, rlešnšps, histri, poḷtcs, wor, ɖ ŕbn invîrnmnt n sošl išuz. Dspt ɖz dfṛnt refṛnsz, ɖ wrcs r ol ynîtd bî tu ʈñz – ɖ hāš riaḷtiz ɖt hv cnsrnd ci Britiš ātists ovr ɖ decedz n ɖ simpl act v pêntñ.

RIAḶTI: Modn n Cntmprri Britiš Pêntñ fīčrz wrcs fṛm ɖ folowñ ātists: 

Fransis Bêcn, Tôni Bevn, Jon Bratbi, Sesili Brân, Caṭžīna Colmn, Greym Crôli, Cen Curi, Dextr Dwlwŭd, Lūšn Frýd, Anṭni Grīn, Ĝen Hādi, Filip Haris, Clîv Hed, Dêvid Hefr, Dêvid Hocni, Lūc Jaxn, Sam Jaxn, Šãtal Jof, Jon Cīn, L.S. Lâri, Aḷn Mcdonld, Joc McFadı̣n, Pâla Regu, Re Ričdsn, Teri Seč, Jwj Šw, Woltr Sic̣t, Stanli Spensr, Cris Stīvnz, Caṛlîn Wōcr, Alisn Wot, Caṛl Vêt

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Continue reading REALITY: Modern & Contemporary British Painting │ Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich → 1 March 2015

RADICAL FIGURES: POST-WAR BRITISH FIGURATIVE PAINTING │ Manchester Art Gallery → 23 November 2014

Mîcl Andrūz│FOR PPL SÚNBÊĐÑ│1955│Ātscaunsl C̣leẋn
Mîcl Andrūz│FOR PPL SÚNBÊĐÑ│1955│Ātscaunsl C̣leẋn

“Ɖs dsple xplorz ɖ pạniyrñ rôl ɖt pêntrz sč az Fransis Bêcn, Lūsı̣n Frýd n Dêvid Hocni plêd in ɖ riinvnšn v fiğṛtv āt in ɖ secnd hāf v ɖ 20ʈ senčri.

In pôstwor Britiš āt, radicl wrc tendd twdz verı̣s stîlz inflụnst bî ɖ modn āt v Paris n Ny Ywc, sč az Sriylizm, abstraẋn n Popāt. Alñsd ɖz paṛlel muvmnts ɖr xistd anɖr cnd v āt pạnird bî a grūp v lūsli asošietd ātists lêtr lebld Ɖ Scūl v Lundn. Ẇt ɖe hd in comn wz a frm ḅlif ɖt ɖe cd fînd ny wez t criet riylist pêntñz n riinvent ɖ repṛzentešn v ɖ hymn figr t mc it reḷvnt in a wrld trwṃtîzd bî ɖ Secnd Wrldwor.

Mni v ɖs grūp v fiğṛtv pêntrz wr t b fând drōñ in ɖ Našnl Gaḷri, Lundn, ẇn nt in ɖer stydioz. Ɖe studid ɖ āt v ɖ Rnesns n v Impreṣ̌nizm wɖ a pašn, siyñ ɖ pạnirz bfr modn āt az ɖer tīčrz. Ɖer wrc olso hd orijinz in prīwor Britiš āt: in ɖ pêntñ v Wōltr Sic̣t, Dêvid Bombrg n ɖ riylists v ɖ Ystnrôd Scūl.

Ʈru ɖ 1970z n 1980z ɖer wrc grajli bgan t b recgnîzd az amñst ɖ most impwtnt Britiš āt v its tîm. Hu cd b cnsidrd pāt v ɖs undiclerd grūp hz olwz vẹrid, bt Fransis Bêcn, Lūsı̣n Frýd, Franc Ârbac, Mîcl Andrūz, Lion Cosof, Ywn Ūglo n ɖ mr Popāt-asošietd Dêvid Hocni r rgādd az ɖ ci ātists. Btwn ɖm ɖe fând ny wez v lcñ intnsli at ɖ wrld arnd ɖm, t cmbîn in pênt ẇt ɖe sw, wɖ ẇt ɖe felt.

Ɖ dsple includz wrcs bî Bêcn, Frýd n Hocni fṛm ɖ c̣lẋnz v Mančestr Ātgaḷri n Ɖ Ẇitẉʈ Ātgaḷri, alñsd wrcs fṛm ɖ Ātscaunsl C̣lẋn, Lundn.

An Ātscaunsl C̣lẋn Pātnršp ṣpwtd bî Cristi’z.

Ṣlctd bî Tim Wilcox”

Ywn Ūglo│GRL’Z HED IN PRÔFÎL WĐ CAP ON│1963–4│Ātscaunsl C̣leẋn

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Continue reading RADICAL FIGURES: POST-WAR BRITISH FIGURATIVE PAINTING │ Manchester Art Gallery → 23 November 2014