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A Bigger Message: Conversations with David Hockney A Unique Self Portrait Of One Of The Most Influential Artists Of Our TimeSparky, Illuminating And Entertaining Here Is A Decade S Worth Of Conversations Between David Hockney And Art Critic Martin Gayford That Explore Via Anecdote, Reflection, Passion And Humour The Very Nature Of CreativityDavid Hockney Is Possibly The World S Most Popular Living Painter, But He Is Also Something Else An Incisive And Original Thinker On Art Here Are The Fruits Of His Lifelong Meditations On The Problems And Paradoxes Of Representing A Three Dimensional World On A Flat SurfaceHow Does Drawing Make One See Things Clearer, And Clearer, And Clearer Still , As Hockney Suggests What Significance Do Different Media From A Lascaux Cave Wall To An IPad Have For The Way We See What Is The Relationship Between The Images We Make And The Reality Around Us How Have Changes In Technology Affected The Way Artists Depict The World The Conversations Are Punctuated By Wise And Witty Observations From Both Parties On Numerous Other Artists Van Gogh Or Vermeer, Caravaggio, Monet, Picasso And Enlivened By Shrewd Insights Into The Contrasting Social And Physical Landscapes Of California, Where Hockney Spent Many Years, And Yorkshire, His Birthplace Some Of The People He Has Encountered Along The Way From Henri Cartier Bresson To Billy Wilder Make Entertaining Appearances In The DialogueTable Of Contents Turner With An IPhone A Yorkshire Paradise Drawing The Trap Of Naturalism The Problems Of Depiction A Bigger And Bigger Picture Scale A Bigger Studio Seeing More Clearly Drawing On A Telephone And In A Computer Painting With Memory Photography And Drawing Caravaggio S Camera Way Out West Space Exploration Cleaning Claude Movies And Moving Through The Landscape Music And Movement Van Gogh And The Power Of Drawing Drawing On An IPad The Power Of Imges Theatre Lighting Nine Screens On Woldgate


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5 thoughts on “A Bigger Message: Conversations with David Hockney

  1. Duke of KC Duke of KC says:

    What a delightfully written book about an artist who is willing to share so much about himself with the reader The dialogue is easy and enjoyable to read with the right balance of conversations along with informative facts and illustrations It is easy to see why Hockney s personna i


  2. gammyjill gammyjill says:

    Martin Gayford s new book about David Hockney is not a biography, but rather a series of on going conversations Gayford had with Hockney over a ten or so year period in many locations Most were at Hockney s house in a secluded area in East Yorkshire, where he moved after having lived in Los


  3. C. Roderick C. Roderick says:

    Hockney is eloquent and generous about his thoughts and processes he is a special teacher and his love of inquiry and experiment is excitingthis is the best book on art I ve ever read.


  4. Erica Williams Erica Williams says:

    This is a really good book I m still reading some of it ,but it s explaining alot on what he s done etc Just amazing so far.


  5. Ozymandius Ozymandius says:

    This is a fantastic reading experience and it s interspersed with lovely artwork by Mr Hockney I love it so much that it will stay in my library as a reference of inspiration.


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