SAN JOSE, CA.- David Hockney: Bigger Picture is film-maker Bruno Wollheim?s account of David Hockney?s return to his native Yorkshire, after 25 years of living in California. Filmed over three years, it finds the artist at a crisis point in his life and art. Hockney has come back to oil painting after a six-year break, for the first time working outside, directly from nature, en plein air.
Spencer Michels looks on as a cameraman shoots the artworks hanging at the exhibit "David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition" at San Francisco's de Young Museum while. Photo by Cat Wise/PBS NewsHour You may get a jolt when you enter David... Read Post
“If you want to replenish your visual thinking, you have to go back to nature,” David Hockney says in Bruno Wollheim’s film David Hockney: A Bigger Picture, “because there’s the infinite there, meaning you can’t think it up.” That f... Read Post