The streaming platform has added new documentaries about artists, joining its existing collection of films on Pina Bausch, Roy DeCarava, and others.
The history of Hockney and his lifelong life-drawing itch, pursued now over seven decades.
Two exhibitions explore the work of three painters in a chain of influence: Alan Davie, David Hockney, and Christina Quarles.
A Bigger Splash, Jack Hazan’s 1974 documentary on Hockney’s circle, basks in the full-frontal, day-to-day details of their tightly interwoven emotional lives.
A new 4K restoration of Jack Hazan’s 1974 documentary A Bigger Splash brings us a look at the pop artist’s work, erotic imagination, and romantic turmoil.
A new exhibition at Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum brings together depictions of the natural world by Vincent van Gogh and David Hockney.
Art critic Barry Schwabsky’s new book presents a global survey of contemporary landscape painting.
Although Tate Britain’s survey is a strong attempt to represent queer experiences, certain gaps emerge in the narrative.
The epic heights he reached in the 1960s are apparently so magnificent that they have given him a free pass ever since.
A new study of Rembrandt’s self-portraits provides more evidence to theories that the 17th-century artist, among other Old Master painters, used optics to produce his remarkably accurate works.
MINNEAPOLIS — We do not know what we do not know. That is precisely what the Walker Art Center’s exhibition International Pop makes clear — how much, heretofore, we did not know about the scope and practice of Pop art.
In 50 years, little has changed at art openings.