Art Everywhere UK: David Hockney’s My Parents (1977) will be displayed across 30,000 billboards and outdoor sites throughout the UK as part of Art Everywhere UK’s public art initiative. Of the 25 artists included in the project, Hockney’s work was voted the “nation’s favorite” in an online Facebook poll.
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Art Everywhere UK: The second edition of Art Everywhere UK, a British art campaign that displays artworks on billboards, bus stops, and public venues throughout the United Kingdom, is well underway. Through the end of June, the public can vote for their favorite pieces from a list of 70 artworks dating from the 1500s to the present.
Vote for David Hockney's My Parents (1977), which is pictured above, from the Tate Collection in London. Hockney’s We Two Boys Together Clinging (1961) from the Arts Council Collection of London has also been nominated. Cast your vote here.
Read more about Art Everywhere UK from Art Review here.
Museum Monday: Next month, a new museum space dedicated to the legacy of the Polaroid camera will open in Las Vegas. Established by Polaroid’s Fotobar and the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, the Polaroid Museum will honor the history of the medium by displaying works by David Hockney, Chuck Close, and other Polaroid enthusiasts.
© 2013 David Hockney
David Hockney has produced some of the most vividly recognizable images of this century. His ambitious pursuits stretch across a vast range of media, from photographic collages to full-scale opera stagings and from fax drawings to an intensive art historical study of the optical devices of Old Masters. We wish him a very Happy Birthday today!
Museum Monday: Exciting new work from David Hockney will be shown at the Whitney Museum this summer. "The Jugglers, June 24th 2012" is the artist’s first video work that depicts 12 people juggling colored clubs and will be displayed on 18 synchronized screens. Make sure to add a visit to the Whitney onto your summer itinerary!
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Pace Gallery Gift Guide: Christopher Simon Sykes provides a colorful and intimate biography of one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. ”David Hockney: A Rake’s Progress” is available at Random House.
#MuseumMonday: Opening this Wednesday, November 14th, we suggest visiting Tate Modern's newest exhibit, A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance. Featuring Pace artist, David Hockney, the exhibition considers two different approaches to the idea of the canvas as an arena in which to act: one gestural, the other one theatrical.
Reblog of the day: It’s not too late to visit David Hockney: A Bigger Picture on view now until September 30th!
Ipad digital paintings by David Hockney in the Guggenheim Bilbao Museum.
Reblog of the day: With NYFW coming to a close we thought we would post one our favorite fashion icons…who just happens to be one of our artists! Happy #fashionfridays!!
Reblog of the day: This poster is a perfect 10 in our book.
David Hockney - Olympics, 1972
Wouldn’t it be nice to take this Hockney BMW for a spin?! In our dreams…at least it can be viewed at ICA’s ART DRIVE! BMW ART CAR COLLECTION exhibition currently on view until August 4th in London!
In celebration of his 75th birthday, here is David Hockney in East Yorkshire where he found inspiration for his latest series of landscapes. Works such as this painting are currently on view at Guggenheim Bilbao until September 30th 2012!
Photo Credits: David Hockneyin a Field Near Kilham, East Yorkshire 2006, Photograph by Jean-Pierre Goncalves de Lima © David Hockney; David Hockney, Bigger Trees nearer Warter, Summer 2008, oil on 9 canvases, 9’ x 12’ (274.3 cm x 365.8 cm), overall © David Hockney, Courtesy Pace Gallery
Reblog of the day: Happy Birthday, David Hockney!
David Hockney and Stanley
Here is a wonderful photograph of Pop Artist David Hockney driving with his beloved dog Stanley in the late 1980s.
Photographed by Ray Charles White.
Well, this is adorable. Thanks, artnet!