Hockney - Van Gogh: The Joy of Nature March 1 – May 26, 2019 Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam The world-famous art of David Hockney (1937) is colorful and colossal. Similar to Vincent Van Gogh, Hockney finds inspiration in nature, making use of bright colors and experimenting with perspective. The resemblances between the two artists are no coincidence — Van Gogh's work has been a great source of inspiration for Hockney throughout his career. The first exhibition of its kind, The Joy of Na
Now on view at the Royal Academy is the 250th Summer Exhibition, an annual celebration of "art made now." Focusing on internationally-renowned contemporary art, this year Grayson Perry RA and a committee of fellow artists selected over 1,300 works in an array of mediums. David Hockney's new work is debuted in the exhibition, alongside work by artists such as Wolfgang Tillmans, Mike Nelson, Tracey Emin, Rose Wiley, Bruce Nauman, and Ed Ruscha. The 250th Summer Exhibition will be on view through A
David Hockney: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-Life will open November 10, 2017. Traveling from presentations at the Royal Academy of Arts and the Ca'Pesaro, this exhibition looks at the artist's renewed interest in portraiture in recent years. Hockney chose to paint sitters from all areas of his life, including friends, those who work in his studio, and prominent figures of the art world. Each portrait is the same size, and shows the sitter in the same chair against the same background, "yet Hockney's
David Hockney's career-spanning retrospective will open November 27, 2017 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, traveling from earlier presentations at the Centre Pompidou and the Tate Britain. The exhibition looks at Hockney's 60 year, multi-disciplinary career highlighting his most iconic works in painting, drawing, photography, and video, and key moments from 1960 to the present. This comprehensive overview demonstrates, "from his early experiments with modernist abstraction and mid-career exper
"Nowadays, in an age when the choice between abstraction and figuration is dismissed as a false dichotomy, and when younger artists imbue their work with once-taboo narrative and autobiography, Mr. Hockney is an artist of unassailable relevance. [...] An agile, inquisitive draftsman inclined to careful observation, he has always culled his subjects from his immediate surroundings." The New York Times' Deborah Solomon visited David Hockney at his home and studio in Los Angeles ahead of his majo
Traveling from the Tate Britain, David Hockney will open at the Centre Pompidou on June 21, 2017. The comprehensive retrospective of over 160 works includes paintings, photographs, engravings, video installations, drawings and printed works from five decades of the artist's career. The exhibition highlights many iconic themes in Hockney's work, such as swimming pools, double portraits and monumental landscapes, as well as his interest in modern technologies. David Hockney will be on view at th
David Hockney's monograph, A Bigger Book, features more than 60 years of the artist's work. The book’s portfolio is supplemented by an illustrated chronology of more than 600 pages, contextualizing Hockney’s art with drawings, graphic work, portrait photos, and text based on the artist’s own writings as well as contemporary reviews. With only 9,000 copies globally, each limited edition monograph is personally signed by David Hockney and includes a custom Marc Newson-designed stand. Purchase yo
David Hockney will open on Thursday, February 9 at the Tate Britain. The comprehensive survey includes paintings, drawings , prints, photography, and videos from across six decades of the artist's career. The extensive selection of works allows the viewer to see the constant changing of Hockney's style, as well as his interest in new technologies. The exhibition is on view from February 9 through May 29, 2017 at the Tate Britain in London, England. There will be a talk on the exhibition by Ch
The National Gallery of Victoria presents a major solo exhibition of David Hockney. Curated in collaboration with Hockney, the exhibition features over 1200 works from the past decade of the artist’s career, many new and never-before-seen in Australia. For an insight to the exhibition and the museum public program you can access more information here.
The Portland Art Museum has partnered with the Portland Opera and the David Hockney Foundation to present “A Rake’s Progress.” The series of etchings was an important aspect of Hockney’s creative process while working with John Cox in 1975 to design the sets and costumes for a reproduction of Igor Stravinksy’s opera “A Rake’s Progress”. The exhibition is on view through August 2. Click here for more details.
2018. Pace Gallery. Hardcover
128 pages: 64 color illustrations; 12 ¼ x 10 ¼ inches
2016. Pace Gallery. Postcard book.
Postcard book: includes 28 postcards: 6½ x 4¼
2014. Pace Gallery. Paperback
54 pages: 24 color illustrations; 11 ½ x 9 ¾ inches
2014. Pace Gallery. Paperback
72 pages: 22 color illustrations; 11 ⅜ x 9 ⅝ inches
2009. PaceWildenstein. Paperback
84 pages: 51 color illustrations; 11 ½ x 10 inches