David Hockney: Moving Focus

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A panoramic new perspective on the life and work of one of Britain’s most important artists

This book is not yet published, but will be available from January 2022.

ISBN: 9781849767729 Category:

Description

This pioneering new publication is an essential overview of David Hockney’s career. Contributions by Owen Jones, Marieke Lucas Rijneveld, Ali Smith, Russell Tovey and others, position Hockney within a wide cultural context, charting his journey from his days as a promising student to his place as one of the greatest artists working today.

Hockney’s work has delighted and challenged audiences for sixty years, and celebrated artworks from throughout his career are at the centre of Tate’s outstanding collection. This book features over one hundred of these paintings, prints, drawings and photographs. Seen together, they demonstrate the artist’s changing sources of inspiration and, crucially, the direction in which his work continues to move. Beginning in the 1950s when he made his first steps to becoming a modern artist, David Hockney: Moving Focus includes Hockney’s famous depictions of the Los Angeles cityscape, his much-loved portraits from the 1970s, as well as more recent landscapes and digital images that reflect his ever-present concern with time, space and perspective.

David Hockney: Moving Focus provides an unrivalled overview of Hockney’s prolific range and activity. Breathing new life into the nexus of Tate’s collection, it reveals how his work can still surprise and unsettle younger generations of viewers today.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 21 x 26.5 cm
Publisher name Tate Publishing
Publication date 11 January 2022
Number of pages 224
Format Hardback
Contributors Edited by Helen Little
Dimensions 21 x 26.5 cm
Weight 300 g

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Helen Little is an independent curator and researcher. She was previously Assistant Curator, Modern and Contemporary British Art at Tate Britain.