A Basquiat-painted Ferris wheel, a Keith Haring carousel, and more are part of the project, to be rebooted in LA next year.
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.