1 edition of David Hockney found in the catalog.
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An illustrated catalogue of Japanese old fine arts displayed at the Japan-British Exhibition, London, 1910
Works by Contemporary Masters, Thomas Babeor Gallery, La Jolla, California, March 7—May 3, 1986.
David Hockney, Jordan Gallery, London, July 1973. David Hockney: Some Very New Paintings, William Hardie Gallery, Glasgow, June 28—August 27, 1993. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, October 1, 2011—February 5, 2012. That said, he will always be regarded as a master of landscape and portraiture, and these two genres have dominated his oevure for the past few decades.
Selected Works from The Frederick R. David Hockney and the Visual Arts in the 20th Century, Palais De Beaux-Arts, Brussels, February 22—April 6, 1986. Catalogue A Marriage of Styles: British Art in the Fifties and Sixties, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, December 13, 1996—January 27, 1997. David Hockney, Gallery David Hockney 24, Miami, 1981. Catalogue David Hockney, Alan Cristea Gallery, London, January 11—February 11, 1995.
Traveled to: York City Art Gallery, June 2—July 15, 2001; Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, September 8—October 21, 2001; Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno, December 15, 2001—January 27, 2002; Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-On-Trent, February 2—March 17, 2002; Middlesbrough Art Gallery, March 23—May 12, 2002; Wingfield Arts, May 18—June 30, 2002. Catalogue Twelve Travels: British Art in Sensibility and Experience, Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya, Japan, April 27—June 22, 2008.
Recent exhibitions of his work have been exceptionally popular, underlining how the public have continued to enjoy David Hockney work. Traveled to: National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, December 13, 1983—January 22, 1984. His tough opinion, however, changed when in February 1982 a curator visiting his house in the Hollywood Hills forgot some Polaroid film and Hockney started to experiment with it, trying to capture the three dimensions of surrounding reality.
Catalogue David Hockney: Classica Graphics, Leslie Sacks Fine Art, Los Angeles, April 4—May 11, 2009. Catalogue Head On: David Hockney with the Brain in Mind, Science Museum, London, March 14—July 28, 2002. Catalogue Hockney, Printmaker, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, February 5—May 11, 2014. Paper Pools: David Hockney, Warehouse Gallery, London, February 6—28, 1979. David Hockney, Kunstverein Ulm, Germany, July 20—August 3, 2003. Catalogue Variations on America: Masterworks from American Art Forum Collections, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.
Louver, Venice, California, December 6, 1986—January 17, 1987; Nishimura Gallery, Tokyo, December 1986—January 1987. In the same year, he sat for 120 hours for a portrait painted by.
David Hockney: Color Photographs, Broxton Gallery, Los Angeles, November 13—December 11, 1976.
Great British Paintings from American Collections: Holbein to Hockney, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, September 27—December 30, 2001.