The relationship between art and life has been of overriding importance in the work of David Hockney, who has perhaps enjoyed greater popularity than any other British artist this century. Here Marco Livingstone traces those connections from the beginning of the artist's career in the early 1960s through to the more recent works that have contributed to Hockney's international reputation. These include his photocollages and highly acclaimed stage designs for the opera, not to mention his embrace of technology - namely the fax drawings and color laser prints - which show the continuing preoccupation with invention and artifice that has made the artist's work at once popular and enduring.
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|Grouped Work ID||62298706-9a61-4162-4602-bb553b9e814d|
|Grouping Title||david hockney|
|Grouping Author||livingstone marco|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-10-12 12:36:30PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-21 03:08:33AM|
|available_at_adams||Adams State University|
|detailed_location_adams||ASU Main (3rd floor)|
|local_callnumber_adams||N6797.H57 L58 1987|
|owning_library_adams||Adams State University|
|owning_location_adams||Adams State University|
|series||World of art|
|series_with_volume||World of art||
|title_full||David Hockney / Marco Livingstone|