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That's the way I see it by David…

That's the way I see it (edition 1993)

by David Hockney, Nikos Stangos

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Title:That's the way I see it
Authors:David Hockney
Other authors:Nikos Stangos
Info:San Francisco, Calif. : Chronicle Bks, 1993.
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That's the Way I See It by David Hockney


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Published to great critical acclaim in 1993, That's the Way I See It, the second volume in David Hockney's impassioned autobiography, is now available in a handsome paperback edition. Hailed by Artforum as "direct, engaging, and unpretentiously intelligent" and by the Washington Post as "the year's most engaging art book . . . quirky, opinonated and very visual," That's the Way I See It offers a revealing look at one of our most popular artists. In this tour de force, over 350 reproductions of Hockney's paintings, graphic designs, and experimental work are closely interwoven with the artist's insightful and highly personal narrative. Accessible, articulate, and always ahead of their time, Hockney's compostions and reflections offer a fascinationg look at a uniquely talented artist.

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Hockney discusses his humanistic artistic vision and its roots in his personal experiences.

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