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David Hockney returns to his native Yorkshire in A Bigger Picture by filmmaker Bruno Wollheims

3 years agoArts : Artdaily

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.
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